With gardening season upon us and Mother’s Day and Father’s Day quickly approaching, this is an excellent time to think about gifts for the gardeners in our lives.
Below is a little round up of gifts, from practical to fun, that gardeners might enjoy.
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Keeping Tools Sharp
Cutting tools like shears and clippers are very important in gardening. A dull cutting tool can make a project much harder than it needs to be. That is where a good blade sharpener can come in handy.
A Lightweight Blower
Keeping walkways and patios clean can be a big job with just a broom. But some blowers can be heavy and cumbersome to use. I was gifted this lightweight Ryobi One cordless leaf blower a few years ago, and now I don’t know what I’d do without it.
Fabric Grow Bags
Recently, I’ve become intrigued with fabric grow bags. They are available in varying sizes, and I plan to try out a couple of large grow bags this summer for tomatoes and pumpkins. They aren’t much to look at, but they are said to help plants grow healthy root systems. And they store flat when not in use.
A Tool To Keep Gardening
For the gardener who has a few aches and pains but doesn’t want that to limit their time in the garden, a garden kneeler and stool can be exactly what they need to keep doing what they love.
When it’s time to host those summer garden gatherings, a practical and well-appointed bar cart can be very useful.
Herb gardens can be as attractive as they are practical. And they get bonus points if they are easy to use or if they work in small spaces. This FOYUEE Raised Planter Box hits all those marks.
Animal Succulent Pots
Recently I bought these adorable Ceramic Animal Succulent Plant Pots for my neighbors.
And I’ve had so much fun finding just the right little plants to dress them up. They didn’t come with saucers, so I added those too.
Self-Care For The Gardener
Gardening can take its toll on hands and feet. This gift set by Burt’s Bees brings healing to hands, feet, and lips. Best of all, the products are climate pledge friendly – which is something many gardeners care about.
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