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The person on your gift list who loves to garden could seem like the hardest to buy for since it seems all they need are plants. This isn’t the case at all, though.
There’s more to gardening than planting and watering. Weeds need to be pulled, the plants need extra care, and the gardener who loves spending time outdoors will want a space to sit and enjoy their hard work.
That leaves you with a ton of options for gift-giving. We’ve gathered together a list of items that any gardener would be thrilled to receive as a gift.
Best Choice Products Raised Vegetable Garden Bed
This first gift is for the garden lover who doesn’t have all the space he or she wants for planting. They don’t have to forgo a garden because of limited space.
The elevated planter is deep enough for many vegetables that need room for their roots to grow. It can fit right onto a deck or patio for garden lovers who don’t really have the space for planting in the yard, or who are not as mobile as they once were.
They can easily stand next to the planter and do their weeding and garden care without kneeling or traveling very far.
- Chinese Fir
- Unfinished wood
- Easy assembly
- Solid construction
Length is 46 inches, width is 22 inches and the depth of the box is 8.6 inches. The entire box stands 30 inches tall, so it’s great for people who can’t bend over anymore.
While it weighs 34 pounds, it can actually hold 240 pounds. This is a good amount of weight considering it’ll have to hold heavy soil that can increase in weight when you water it.
Pathonor 12 Piece Gardening Tool Set
There are 12 hand tools in this garden tool set. The molded shell tool box has an area for every tool it holds. This makes it easy to place the tools exactly where they need to go.
You’ll know exactly what instrument is missing from the set, too. Each tool is made of a durable metal – either aluminum alloy or stainless steel depending on what the tool is.
- Utility knife
- Mini rake, shovel, and tip shovel
- Big rake and shovel
- Ten foot steel tape
- Folding saw
- Pruning line
- Pruning shears
- Grass shears
- Spray bottle
The handles of these tools are ergonomic, so the person receiving this gift will be able to use the tools for hours without hand pain.
This can be a serious problem for older people who still want to garden. The tools are great for digging, loosening soil, sawing through branches, cutting stakes, transplanting flowers, or measuring.
Sunnydaze Blue Rolling Garden Cart with Steering Handle
There are times when our parents, grandparents, or other older relatives want to be productive in their yard. They want to plant flowers or have a vegetable garden, but they’re unable to kneel in the dirt and get back up without help.
This garden cart will allow them to be mobile and independent while tending to their own gardens.
- Adjustable seat height from 16.5 inches to 22 inches
- Weight capacity is 225 pounds
- One-year warranty
- Steel axles
- Heavy-duty pneumatic wheels
The garden cart is a sturdy, coated steel construction with a swivel seat that rotates and moves as needed. There’s an extendable steering handle that can help navigate through the yard easily as its pulled where needed.
Wooden Gazebo by Yardistry
After all the planting, weeding, and care is done, a gazebo is the perfect place to sit and enjoy the view. There’s satisfaction in having a stunning yard with a beautiful garden. This wooden gazebo from Yardistry is a great outdoor covering for the beautiful, intimate space of the backyard.
- 12 x 12 feet
- Peaked roof
- Cedar construction
- Aluminum roof
- Vented roof for strong winds
This gazebo will require a few handy people to assemble, but it’s a sturdy gazebo that will give everyone a place to sit and enjoy the beauty of the backyard.
The person receiving the gift of a gazebo will love that it’s so large and open for a 360 degree view of the backyard with all its lovely flowers and great landscaping.
When it comes to people in your life who love gardening, you’ll want to make sure that you’re picking a gift that really will help them enjoy the outdoors.
If you have older family members on your gift-giving list, you might want to consider a gift that makes it easier for them to be independent and able to enjoy their outdoor space.
The gift ideas for garden lovers should make weeding, planting, kneeling, or cutting simple and enjoyable, so they can have a stunning garden.