Organize your tools with Burgon & Ball's easy rack; it's handy and attractive.
You worked hard to grow those flowers and veggies; don't harvest them in any old carry-all. Cradle them in classic style with a wooden garden trug.
What could be better for the urban gardener? When outdoor space is tight, no need to fear; the HotPot is an herb garden and barbecue all in one.
I love the idea of tilling and digging in the garden with beautifully crafted spades. The only thing that would make them more lovely is some dirt.
Almost nothing is more magical than moss, yet it's hard to transplant and expensive to buy. So I'm excited to try this Moss Milkshake. Just add water to create a 10- to 20-foot carpet of green.
Cloches are an effective and lovely way to protect plants and encourage growth. Plus, in the winter they can be used to protect your collectables inside.
Garden sieves are useful for separating rocks or prepping compost. These beauties are handcrafted in England from lovely beechwood.
I do love traditional twine, but a bit more fun are the lively hues by hempCRAFT. My favorite colors are this moss green and the nasturtium orange. And they are equally useful inside to adorn your gifts.
Nothing beats a classic galvanized watering can in terms of utility and style.
I just love this persimmon hose. It's so much jollier than plain old green.
Record your successes and "learning experiences" in this beautiful garden journal. My favorite part: You can relive your garden in those cold winter months.
Use this to provide a lovely haven for those helpful pollinators: bees!
Apply a little chemistry while you rake in style with this lovely tool by Perseus. The copper head enriches the soil and deters slugs and snails while you work.