Spring is here is most parts of the country and with
it gardeners are itching to get their hands dirty.
Whether the gardener on your gift list grows vegetables, flowers or creates the perfectly landscaped backyard, here are some great gift ideas for gardeners.
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Gardeners Gift Guide
These are great shears for taming the garden and overgrown bushes. I like that they are lightweight but sturdy enough to cut up to 5/8″ diameter limbs. Every homeowner should have a great pair of shears that will last them years to come.
A great pair or multiple pairs of garden gloves is a must-have for every gardener. These are great because they are made of bamboo, which absorbs perspiration, is naturally very breathable.
There is nothing worse than gloves that make your hands sweat while you are working. These will keep your hands cool in summer and warm in winter.
Another bonus of these gloves is that they offer great dexterity and are touchscreen friendly. So with these, you can answer that call out in the garden without fumbling with your gloves.
These are a great, durable and comfortable that make digging, weeding, aerating quick and easy. The soft, contoured handles fit my hand naturally and encourage a neutral wrist position to help reduce hand stress and fatigue. The aluminum heads resist rust and is super strong.
The transplanter features gradation marks to make transplanting small plants and flowers a breeze. Additionally, the handles feature hang holes for convenient storage.
This awesome kneeling pad will save your aching knees from garden work. It provides the perfect balance between comfort and durability. Whether you are an adult, child, boy or girl, this extra large kneeling mat will cater for all your needs.
It is extra thick and it will cushion and protect your knees from all types of rough and hard surfaces.
This one looks a little weird but is a complete lifesaver that any gardener will love. A super weeding tool that actually removes dandelions and thistles including the taproot with little effort.
Also fantastic for light surface weeding, digging small holes for planting, and scraping soil loose from the bottom sides of tapered soles left by shovels when digging holes to plant larger bushes etc.
These are great simple gift ideas for the vegetable gardener, flower enthusiasts or someone who creates the perfectly landscaped backyard. These are simple staples that any gardener will appreciate.