This invention relates to a stripper for removing thorns, excess foliage, and other protuberances from the stem of a Plant. More particularly, a manually operated apparatus that enables the removal of thorns from roses is described. Removal of thorns, excess foliage, or other protuberances from ornamental flowers or other plants is commonly practiced by florists prior to sale of the flower or plant. Because of the relatively large number of thorns contained on each plant stem, the rose in particular is often dethorned by a florist before sale. Although this practice reduces the chance of injury to a buyer of the rose, the florist can still be punctured or scraped by rose thorns during the dethorning process. Manually held devices that aid the florist in dethorning roses are widely available.
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Olimex Duoflor double deleafing machine
An object of the invention is to provide a tool of this character which will be simple in construction, easy of manipulation, and economical in manufacture. Another and important object of the invention is to provide in a tool of this character a stop or limiting arm which is so located with respect to the stripper jaws of the tool as to limit the relative position of the jaws during the stripping action, while serving as a fulcrum for the arms during the cutting. The invention consists in the novel combination and arrangement of parts to be hereinafter described and claimed.