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Transform your gardening routine with Power Planter plant augers. These high-performance augers for planting are built for both professional landscapers and DIY gardening enthusiasts, making it easy to tackle even the most time-consuming planting projects. Simply attach the plant auger to your power drill, and watch as it effortlessly cuts through soil, increasing your efficiency and productivity. With the ability to complete planting jobs in a fraction of the time, you’ll be amazed at the difference an auger drill bit for planting can make.

Avoid the aches and pains of manual planting, and embrace a faster, more efficient process with our plant augers. These easy-to-use plant augers for drills are designed to make light work of planting a wide range of plants, including flowers, bulbs, potted plants, and more. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or a first-time homeowner, our plant augers are the perfect solution for streamlining your planting process and getting more done in less time. Get yours today and experience the difference!

Frequently Asked Questions

What Size Plant Auger Do You Need for Planting?

The plant auger you need will depend on the size of the plans you’re planting as well as the soil you’re working with. Small bulbs and flowers can be planted with a small plant or bulb auger, while you will probably need a larger auger for planting plants that need bigger, deeper holes. Additionally, hard, compact soils may require larger, heavy-duty plant augers for drills. If you’re still unsure what size plant auger you need, check out this guide or take our auger quiz

How Do You Use an Auger for Planting?

Start by securing the plant auger bit to your drill. Then, choose a planting spot and start drilling with the plant auger. Start the drill and lightly push the plant auger into the ground, letting it cut its way through the soil until you reach the desired depth. Pull out the plant auger, place the plant in the hole, and backfill with soil. Finally, water the plant well to settle the soil around it. 

How Long Does It Take to Dig Holes with Plant Augers for Drills?

Digging time with plant augers for drills varies based on auger size, soil type, hole depth, drill speed and power. In general, using an auger for planting can significantly reduce the time it takes to dig holes compared to manual digging. With a plant auger, you can dig multiple holes in a fraction of the time it would take with a shovel or trowel, and the resulting hole is more precise.