The Honeysuckle Popper (aka the Shrub Buster) is the optimum shrub removal tool.
Steel tip inserts under the shrub's roots and 'pops' it out. Built with high quality alloy steel. Strong and heavy-duty. Thick walled structural steel handle with durable powder coat.
The Original model is over 6 feet long and guaranteed to work on most shallow rooted bushes up to 12 to 15 years old.
The Lite model (aka the Shrub Buster Lite) works great on the younger shrubs up to around 4-6 years old.
Most people will be satisfied with the Original tool. However, if your patch is all small ones, the Popper Lite may be tool for you. Also, the Honeysuckle Popper Lite works well for those who may not be able to handle the weight of the full size tool, but would still like to participate in removal efforts.
Weight: 27 pounds
Length: 76 inches
Weight: 20 pounds
Length: 56 inches
The Popper Happiness Guarantee
Our customers love their Poppers. We believe in it so much, that we'll give you 100% of your money back if you're dissatisfied for any reason. Buyer responsible for return shipping.
THE POPPER WARRANTY
We will replace any damaged or defective part. No charge. Please understand this is a one man tool and that 2 people applying leverage can bend it, rendering it useless. If you abuse the tool or accidentally bend it, please contact us and we will replace the bent tube at cost.
Large quantity orders
If you're ordering more than 5 Shrub Busters, please call us at (
937) 313-1196 to arrange the best shipping options.
Never received, Seller refuses to respond to messages, no way to get hold of them, no phone numbers, only "contact us" and they don't respond. Order lost in mail, post office has moved the package from the St. Louis distribution center where it was damaged to the Atlanta, GA center where damaged goods disappear into the "USPS Black Hole." Seller still charging me for ABSOLUTELY NOTHING Please see original order below showing package shipping to Illinois and updated order CLEARLY SHOWING PACKAGE NOW IN ATLANTA where it will be forever. Seller and "SHOP PAY" refuse to do anything. DO NOT BUY DO NOT BUY DISREPUTABLE SELLER DO NOT BUY - WE are SENIORS with small and limited income and they are STEALING OUR MONEY AND NOT GIVING US ANY PRODUCT AT ALL.
And they are still charging me!!!!!! 420612449334610944102911607286 usps tracking number clearly shows package stopped in St. Louis and order clearly shows the package has been moved to Atlanta, GA where the post office warehouse for dead packages is located! Seller will not respond! Stupidly I took a payment plan and they took another payment just yesterday! Today is Feb 28, Order states it will be here by Feb 15, lost in St. Louis Feb 20, I've been emailing seller for weeks and NO ONE HAS EVER ANSWERED. HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE. I'M A SENIOR AND HAVE LIMITED FUNDS AND THEY ARE STILL CHARGING ME FOR ABSOLUTELY NOTHING AT ALL. DO NOT BUY. GO GET A HEAVY DUTY METAL FENCE POST AND A BRICK AND FORGET THIS TOOL. SAVE YOURSELF THE FRUSTRATION. HOW DO I GET MY MONEY BACK????? HOW DO I GET MY MONEY BACK????? HOW DO I GET MY MONEY BACK??????
After I got used to the product it was very easy to use and effective. With our city park system we have much land to cover and honeysuckle has been our biggest problem along with many other invasive specie plants. I have added some pictures of an area that I have been using this tool at. One of the pictures shows how thick the honeysuckle was in the area, another picture shows the pile that I removed, and the third shows the view of a stream that was covered by the honeysuckle. All in all it is a great product that I will use for years to come.
Customer service was superb. The popper works the way it is advertised. It is made from heavy duty material. It takes a little bit of practice on a few bushes before you get comfortable on how to use it properly. I haven't tried using it on other plants, just bush honeysuckle. Assembly was very simple.
I wanted to like this tool, but I just don't. It's very well made (and heavy), but the design doesn't work very well. I think I expected the tip of the popper to sink into the ground like a shovel. Boy was I wrong. I even waited until after some rain so the soul would be softer. Pressing on the popper with my foot usually results in no movement at all. It's almost impossible to get any purchase on the root ball because I can't get the tip underneath it.
When you are able to pull up a honeysuckle with it, it's very satisfying, but this usually required some work with a shovel first.