175 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
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.
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.
I just love this series of gardening tools. They look so great you can't help but want to leave them out. The copper looks great now but will also patina over time for more character.
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.)
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!
Superior design allows the beauty of the metal table base to shine while the planter box style insert does the work. Too pretty to relegate to the potting shed. Imagine it on the porch serving up bottles of wine or containers of sweet corn!
This pot is in great shape with an attached saucer. Bright shiny glaze and no cracks or nicks. A few spots where the glaze is not heavy and some imperfections from the factory but all very minor.
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.
Herbarium or botanical pressing framed in vintage barn wood. This pressing dates from the 1920s and is beautiful, with graceful stems and flowers still showing some color. Can be hung either vertical or horizontal 11"by 13" overall framed.
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.
Is it a gardening tool or is it art? This claw looks incredible. It makes you want to have a series of hooks against a gardening shed where you can hang the tools so everyone can see them. Beautiful!
While I love all of my gardening, my herb garden is my special favorite. I believe it needs these stamped spoon herb labels to look its finest.
Herbarium or botanical pressing framed in vintage barnwood. Graceful little stems and small buds with the root system still intact. Soft muted greens and grays on a faded cream paper. Measures 11" by 13" overall framed.
A fun set of yellow lanterns. Perfect for the summer cabin or cottage. a great little accent in an eclectic home, adding that little bit of nostalgic charm to any room. Place them on a mantel, bookcase or garden ledge.
This line of extraordinary treasures features distinctive decorative wares that are sure to find a perfect place in your heart and home and garden. Dimensions: 10"w x 10"d x 9"h
A vintage galvanized coal/scuttle bucket is in great condition! No holes. Very sturdy with a wonderful weathered patina!
A beautiful 1930s French enamelware water pitcher in white with green trim at rim and seamed handle. A green, pink, and blue decorative floral design encircling the body. From France
Everyone knows a healthy dose of imagination is essential to any little seedling’s growth. Pamper your prized petunias with a drink from this clever Watering Can, sculpted of metal with debossed flowers and an oversized be-petaled spout that gives the notion of sunshowers a fresh new meaning. Come...
Is gardening more her thing? Then this vintage silverware garden marker set is the perfect gift for her herb garden.
A garden accent for the ages. Looking every bit as though it was constructed by a Master carpenter – slightly raised on four corner feet, decoratively trimmed top, bottom and center, finished with iron ball finials – this whitewashed wood and iron planter box poses elegantly on a porch or deck.
Placed in our Pecos Planters, natural vegetation juxtaposes beautifully with the industrial look of steel. Crafted from darkened galvanized steel sheets, these sturdy planters may be used indoors or out. Left outdoors they will weather to a rusty patina over time. Large planters have iron handles...
Deep in the heart of Texas, we discovered stacks of vintage tomato cages. We hauled them back to Oregon and began creating industrial lighting with them. These hanging pendants are the second style of lighting we've made from the rusty tomato cages - there will be more styles to come.
This crane has found a mate of a different sort! The 30 inch tall aluminum garden guy provides space to place a pot of greenery. It’s good to be handy and handsome. Dimensions: 17"w x 8.5"d x 30"h
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.
Reclaimed barn wood in metal strapping proudley says "Home Sweet Home". Barb wire hanger with handpainted words in yellow. Measurments: 15"6 x 6"
This is one great utilitarian basket. Substancial in size, two wooden handles and the perfect vintage patina. Adds vintage industrial appeal to interior or exterior.
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