Finding a few cute gifts for gardeners can be tough! I’m fortunate enough to be apart of a family where EVERYONE loves to dig into the garden and get dirty! We all look forward to Saturdays in the Summer spent tending to our gardens. Every year, I like to get my kids (and husband!) something useful, unique, and totally awesome for the garden. Here are the gifts for gardeners that I came up with for this year!
Air plants are one of my favorite species to work with, they require no soil! This year, give the air plant fanatic in your family a Circular Pot from Houzz. It’s not a DIY gift idea, but it’s still super cute!
Every gardener needs more tools in their arsenal! Gift a neighbor (or a friend!) your favorite seed packets, a new pair of gardening gloves, and a spade or two. I Heart Naptime.
Never go looking for a tool again! Keep everything you could ever need tied around your waist. I think I may make one of these for myself! Such a cute DIY gift idea!
We all love gardening through the wintertime! If a gardening friend of yours didn’t have time to build a cold frame this year, give them the gift of a 3 Pot Greenhouse. This will keep all of their winter veggies healthy and free from frost damage.
This watering can might not look very special, but there isn’t a better watering can out there. Seriously, not one. This NYGB Haws metal watering can was endorsed by the New York Botanical Garden. This one can hold 4 pints of water, but different sizes are available.
You won’t find a better pair of gardening gloves out there! I’ve used these Hable Construction Clementine Garden Gloves for years, and my kids are always dying to know where I got them! And guess what? I think all of my gardeners will be getting a pair of these bad boys in their stockings!
Because if it’s got Martha Stewart’s name on it….sign me up! You’ll never need another trowel, and this one is notorious for staying rust free!
I doubt you’ll find a cooler set of pruning sheers on this side of the Mississippi.
Every gardener needs a countertop compost bin! With a tiny bin that lives on your counter, you can save all of the nutrient rich scraps! This is dishwasher safe, and it can hold up to a gallon of compost.