The Best Way to Get Rid of Honeysuckle Bushes
(In the words of our customers):
My wife and kids bought me a Honeysuckle Popper for Christmas. I just wanted to let you know that I tried it for the first time yesterday (spring-like weather and the ground was soft). This tool is AWESOME. I cleared a huge area. I was having so much fun that I had to force myself to quit. I have 7 acres and years of work ahead of me. Thanks for the wonderful invention.
You delivered our Honeysuckly Popper today, my husband had to go try it out right it when he got home from work. It worked like a charm! What a great tool!! Thanks!
Ron Wilson, gardening and landscaping expert and host of "In The Garden With Ron Wilson" syndicated radio show says this:
(question) "Do you have any experience with ‘The Honeysuckle Popper’ you’re always talking about? Does it really work?" (Rons reply) -Yes, and yes. Spent time with the developer "Mister Honeysuckle", and it does work. Everyone that I know who has purchased one says the same thing. "Takes a couple of honeysuckles to get the hang of it, but once you do, it works!"
We wanted to let you know we having been using our popper and it works great! Our friends from Chicago IL came to visit and cleared out at least 10, 4 very large, much larger than the one we looked at on your property. I've attached a photo of them and their "pile". We are also trying to clear several very large honeysuckles at a friends and I've attached a photo of Curt with one we got out. We also used the popper to take out some very old, browning and horribly ugly blue chip junipers. It took minutes to remove half a dozen compared to hours it took to remove the same number without a popper.
Wish we would have had it years ago, we've taken out about 60 in the last few years! We will keep you posted! Thanks, hope all is well...
“Not only will individuals benefit from your invention, but many wooded areas will also bow their branches to you in salute and gratitude.”
Christine Parker, Bulls Run Arboretum, Middletown, OH
Last fall while at the Nolls I used and then purchased one of the POPPERS. I am writing to you with my findings after using it for several months. I find that the POPPER does indeed live up to its expectations and removes the honeysuckles quite easily. I am able to remove some of the plants that (to me) seem rather large.
Works just as you explained! Great design! We've cleaned out an area already and will continue working through the wooded area.
Wow, we were skeptical, but your "popper" has enabled us to clear an amazing amount of area in a very short time. We love it.
“The Honeysuckle Popper is the best way to mechanically remove Honeysuckle bushes”
Dr. David Gorchov, Associate Professor of Botany, Miami U. of Ohio
You are the greatest!! My husband "popped out" at least 50 honeysuckles this afternoon. I truly see a beautiful woods in my future. I will do my best to spread the great news about your popper. Thanks again for delivering it on Monday.
I worked about an hour Sunday afternoon and I removed 15 or 20 good sized honeysuckles. I would not have even attempted that with a mattock. The nice thing about your product is the small effort it takes. The old way of using a maddock involved so much work. I'm getting too old for that. Good luck at the show downtown next weekend. I'll let everyone in my gardening clubs know about your new tool. Once the word gets out, I think you'll get lots of orders locally. Best of luck.
Thank you for your invention!
I have now removed over fifty-eight honeysuckles in my backyard! I also encouraged my friend Phil to buy one from you. He is a well-respected landscaper in our area and I'm sure the popper's legend will grow. I have had several women in the neighborhood inquire about your smaller popper.
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HONEYSUCKLE POPPER - $159
HS POPPER-LITE - $159
The Honeysuckle Popper uses the power of leverage to lift honeysuckles and other invasive bushes out of the ground from below. A 180 pound person can apply over 1800 pounds of upward pressure against the solid root crown that bush honeysuckle and most other shrubs so conveniently have.