We’ve pulled together popular gardening gifts for the 2015 year, and gardening products we love. This should make shopping easier and give you some gardening gift ideas.
To make these gifts easy to scroll through, we’ve broken down the gardening gifts into 6 sections, covering all types of gardeners and price ranges:
- Best Stocking Stuffers
- Best Gardening Books
- Best Gifts Under $25
- Best Gifts Under $50
- Best Gifts Under $100
- Best Gifts Under $150
1. Best Gardening Stocking Stuffers:
This is one of the best ideas for stockings! We received this twine dispenser can last year. It has been a lifesaver in the garden and even around the home.
Typical garden twine gets tangled and knotted, making it difficult to cut a piece of twine when your hands are already busy. This stocking stuffer may not seem like much, but a gardener is grateful for organized twine. It’s under $7.00, and the can is reusable.
You can purchase it here: Natural Twine Dispenser Can.
Kitchen Active Spiralizer Spiral Slicer Zucchini Spaghetti Pasta Maker is worth the mouth full for it’s description.
This kitchen gadget makes a great stocking stuffer for under $7.00. This kitchen tool cuts vegetables to make vegetable noodles and spiral vegetables for garnishes and salads. Help gardeners enjoy their raw, fresh vegetables. It’s also a great tool for those on low carb and Paleo eating plans.
Here’s a link for more details and to purchase: Spiralizer Spiral Slicer.
These Plant and Flower Stem Support Clips may not be on a wish list. But, we know they will be used over and over again. They are a quick way to support tomatoes, eggplant, cucumbers, vines and more. Twenty clips come in a pack for around $5.00.
For more information and to purchase, here’s a link: Plant and Flower Stem Support Clips.
2. Best Gardening Books for Gifts:
Not all gardeners have tried square foot gardening, so this book makes a great gift. This is the second edition, and it’s the go-to gardening book for food production in small gardens.
Priced at just $14.07, and here’s a link for ordering information: Square Foot Gardening by Mel Bartholomew.
While this isn’t a “How to Garden” book, we’ve included it on the gift guide list because it explores local foods, often embraced by gardeners. Cleverly written and engaging, we suggest this book to growers that connect with local food sources and those interested in self-sufficiency.
Here’s a link to purchase for under $12.00: Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life by Barbara Kingsolver.
Written by THE tomato advisor (some may say expert) for Seed Savers Exchange, this gardening book is even for the most experienced gardeners. If you know a tomato grower, this book can offer a complete tomato guide covering seed saving and tomato troubleshooting for all varieties.
Beautiful enough for the coffee table and incredible content: this has been labeled a “must-read” gardening book for under $16.00.
Here’s a link for more information and to purchase: Epic Tomatoes: How to Select and Grow the Best Varieties of All Time by Craig LeHoullier
3. Best Gardening Gifts Under $25:
Mushrooms aren’t the first crop for most gardeners. But, if you know a gardener, you’ve seen their joy in growing their own food. This mushroom kit grows 1.5 pounds of organic Oyster mushrooms in just 10 days.
Kit includes everything! All they have to do is open the box, soak the mushroom farm overnight, keep it moist, and watch them grow! Great gift for kids and adults for under $23.00.
Here’s a link to purchase the Organic Mushroom Farm.
Air plants are beautiful as part of home décor and a bit out of the ordinary. You’ll impress with these plants and they are very easy to maintain. You can even purchase a terrarium or airplant nests to accompany the gift. Or, find some driftwood for them to grow on. This assortment of air plants is under $15.00.
Here’s a link for more ordering information: Air Plant Assortment.
These gloves are soft, breathable, and protect hands and arms all the way to the elbow. Cowhide sleeves protect the arms, and soft, washable goatskin leather covers the hands.
Includes a natural storage bag, making the perfect gift-wrap all for under $25.00.
Click here for more information to to purchase: Rose Gardening Gloves.
This Stainless Compost Pail is a definite must have for your composting friends and family. The compost pail looks beautiful and clean on the counter, and keeps the fruit flies and odors away. Plus, this pail is dishwasher safe! Comes with dual charcoal filters and on sale for $22.49.
Here’s a link to order: Stainless Steel Compost Pail.
4. Best Gardening Gifts Under $50:
These pruners are a classic! Felco pruners are well-known and respected among landscape professionals and are built to last. These Felco pruners feature a wire cutting notch, sap groove, micrometric adjustment system and shock absorption system. Priced just under $48.00, they are worth every penny.
Here’s a link for more product details and to purchase: Felco Classic Pruners.
Not all gardeners will admit to wanting one of these. But, The Garden Stamp is actually a cool planting tool. It can accompany the Square Foot Gardening book to make a great gift set. Stamp well prepared gardening beds, and see exactly where to plant vegetables. Just follow the planting guides on their website.
To order and for more information, click here: The Garden Stamp Planting Tool.
Do you know a gardener with seed trays all over their house or apartment? They need the 4-Tier Mini Greenhouse. It measures 27″ Long x 18″ Wide x 63″ High and costs under $40. Fits perfectly on a deck, patio, porch or even a balcony!
For ordering information, see: 4-Tier Mini Greenhouse.
5. Best Gardening Gifts Under $100:
Looking for a gift for the gardener that has everything? They most likely don’t have this fish tank that was a huge success on Kickstarter.
This just isn’t any fish tank. It’s aquaponics. Fish waste fertilizes the plants, and the plants clean the water. It becomes a self-cleaning fish tank that grows an herb garden. It’s priced at $59.99.
For more information, see the product link: Back to the Roots Water Garden.
Ever hit wet concrete in a pair of Crocs? If so, you know you almost ended up on your rear. Bogs are a different story. These are great gardening clogs, fitting snuggly around the foot giving stability and keeping dirt out of the footbed. Clogs make great gardening shoes to step in easily to go pick the garden. But, finding secure clogs can sometimes be a headache. Not these!
6. Best Gardening Gifts Under $150
If you’re going to spend over 100 dollars for a gardener, this is our top pick: a spinning compost bin. This spin bin is currently on sale for $124.99.
This compost bin makes composting even easier. Just add food scraps and yard waste and give it a spin. No leaning over this bin to turn compost with a shovel or tool. The locking lids make it pet safe and keep the pests out.
For ordering information, see this product link: Spin Bin Composter.
The vertical garden measures 32 inches by 45 inches by 9 inches. It’s a perfect growing salad gardens, herbs and strawberries. Made from Western Red Cedar (a favorite among gardeners) and includes a drip irrigation kit.
To see more information and to order see: Gronomics Vertical Garden Planter.
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