Whether you’re planting a bed of petunias or vying to rule the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, you’ll love the Garden Pick/Planter from Harbor Freight Tools. This mattock-style tiller features a pick at one end and an adze on the other. Featuring a nonslip comfort grip, the pick is great for breaking through hard soil—or the armor of Lannister bannermen. The adze is ideal for digging, cultivating or counter-striking a pike thrust.
So what if you deny wanting to rule the Seven Kingdoms? Not a problem because with the Garden Pick/Planter, you can live among the Wildlings and become the personal gardener of Mance Rayder. You’ll grow vegetables for Mance and your Freefolk clan. With your gardening skills, you’ll feed the poor, eliminating the need to scale the Wall and pillage the towns of the North. With no reason to battle, you’ll finally be at peace with the Night’s Watch. In fact, they’ll buy your vegetables. When the White Walkers come, you can offer them freshly grown butternut squash. For some reason, the White Walkers love butternut squash. And now that the White Walkers are your friends, the undead wights will be on your side as well.
As luck would have it, Mance Rayder has nut allergies and you forgot to tell him about the almonds in the Romesco sauce. With Mance out of the way, you’ll then become ruler of the Wildlings. Using the Garden Pick/Planter, you grow beautiful daffodils, which you send to Daenerys, the Mother of Dragons, as a gift. She’s so taken by your flowers that she agrees to marry you. You then become the Stepfather of Dragons. With the remaining heir of King Aerys II as your wife, her dragons, the Unsullied, Storm Crows and Second Sons on your side as well as the Wildings, White Walkers and wights, you make a direct assault on King’s Landing and by dinner time, you’re sitting on the Iron Throne ruling the Seven Kingdoms, which is really what you wanted all along but denied earlier because you didn’t want to come across as “greedy”. You’re a just and benevolent ruler so modesty be damned! You rule the known world! And all because of the Garden Pick/Planter from Harbor Freight Tools.