176 Eclectic Gardening Tools
While it may be difficult to decide where to start when building a library of garden tools, knowing where to stop is even more so. If you are just starting your outdoor gardening party or are simply looking to expand your arsenal of outdoor gardening supplies, take a look at some of these essential gardening tools. More
These ceramic garden stakes make me want to start an herb garden of my own again. (My first couple tries at growing an herb garden did not bring out a green thumb.)
For the last couple of years, my husband and I have planted our own vegetable and herb garden. There's nothing better than eating fresh, organic produce every day. This four-piece vintage spoon set would be the perfect addition to our ever-growing garden.
Three levels of semi-circular display space on sinuous legs provide plenty of show-off shelving for prized plants. The bonus? The rustic, grass green metal étagère sits flush against the wall.
Cute pumpkin colors McCoy pot with attached saucer. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.
Sturdy brackets with curled feet for hanging help. Tray style top shelf with a no-tip lip all the way around. Can handle the elements and hold the implements for gardening. Two sizes available. A home and garden collection selected that bring happy memories of childhood past. Whether you are...
Kneeling in your yard can be one of the most unpleasant experiences so a pad can be a gardener's best friend. I couldn't find one today so subsequently have very dirty, sore knees. Usually these kinds of pads are foam and ugly. This pad has an adorable, retro feeling graphic print that makes me...
Vintage zinc rectangular garden box. French lavender or succulents, dried hydrangeas or moss and white pillar candles. Put is to use in the potting shed for storage of garden tools. 27"L x 10.5"W x 4"H
Planting for Dummies! Spell out the contents of your seeding and sowing with this wood framed, side savvy blackboard planter. Has a galvanized tin liner. No green thumb? Fill it with ice and stash cold beverages at a party. A home and garden collection selected that bring happy memories of...
This set of markers is made with vintage sterling silver forks and knives topped with wine corks with the herb names written on them. You could make your own at home!
These garden gloves are so cute that whomever you give them to may not want to get them dirty! However, they wash up nicely!
Because my outdoor plants deserve a little refreshment while my guests and I dine alongside them. This is the cutest watering can I’ve ever seen!
This garden cart feels vintage, utilitarian and oddly sweet. I like the idea of using it as a planter, but I could also see it filled with my kids' toys.
It is a vintage piece with that Industrialish charm. The tractor reminds me of simpler days of summer with the scent of fresh cut lawns. This tractor is metal and is faded red and green a bit of rust for charm with airplane mounted on the hood is very cool.
Once a baby bathtub, not always a baby bathtub. 1930's vintage white enamelware basin with black rim. A unique garden feature filled with succulents or lavender. Fill it with ice and your favorite wines for your next party. 28"l x 18"w x 7 3/4"h
Found in a village, a matching pair of beautiful antique cast iron gates.Great for ornate garden prop or to repurpose back into functioning gates. Detailed with peep holes, leaves, rosettes and huge locks.
Is gardening more her thing? Then this vintage silverware garden marker set is the perfect gift for her herb garden.
The graphic design on the packaging makes it something you'll never want to throw out, and the "bombs" make it easy to turn your thumb green. These Seed Bombs include seeds for over 20 different wildflowers. Just be sure to keep them warm and dry until after the last frost, then plant.
A unique wheelbarrow discovered in France, once used for transporting bales of hay. The wood and metal strapping has a wonderful aged patina and all is in good working condition. It looks great sitting in the garden with a trough full of plants or could turn into a fine custom ottoman with addition...
Hay Wheel Barrow
A vintage galvanized coal/scuttle bucket is in great condition! No holes. Very sturdy with a wonderful weathered patina!
This unique vintage wood wheelbarrow has metal wheels with rubber tires. It's soft butter yellow and orange paint are crackely and just how I found it!
Add a little homemade artistic touch to your herb garden. Not to mention practicality. I can't tell you how many times I look at parsley and see cilantro. Luckily herbs are known for their scent.
Our garden-inspired watering can will sit gracefully on the porch or patio, ready to water your hanging baskets all summer long. Hand-formed with removable spout and solid brass diffuser.
A one-of-a-kind way to mark your herbs. A set of five hand-illustrated herbs--chives, rosemary, sage, thyme, and basil--displayed on old silverplate spoons. Each drawing is done by me in archival ink and colored by hand. These are mini works of art.
hand made from reclaimed tin fun and sturdy, with a little rust create a garden planter use it in the mudroom farmhouse function at its best app. 26L x 21H x 13W
Tin Nesting Bin
A vintage dome top birdacage with an incredible patina. Old original white pait with desirable signs of rust on this time worn piece. Two functioning doors, decorative scrolls, and removable clean pan.
Traditional Beekeepers mobile hive. Excellent shape- with only very small fraying at entrance to hive. Wonderful patina and tightly woven.
Used over the hole in the boxes to move a hive. Beautiful patina, sculpturally perfect. Measures 17 x 17 x 21' tall.
This rustic metal bucket sits flat against the wall to display fresh cut flowers and branches. Perfect for filling vertical space in smaller rooms.
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