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If your gardening friend is daffodil and tulip obsessed, this tool will save his back and inspire him to plant like his place is The Biltmore. It is specially designed for making holes in hard tough dirt. Throw in gift certificate for some White Flower Farms bulbs to give him a head start during...
I'm always on the lookout for new pots that still have a traditional feel. These lovely tubs are made from weather-resistant acacia and galvanized steel.
Küfer Flower Tub
These yard stakes are colorful and fun. The over-sized shape brings a cartoon-like feel to the flowers. The stripes in the zinnias are completely improbable but totally fun. Plus, they're hand made by an artist in Georgia, my home!
OVERSIZED TIN FLOWERS
Here's a great way to dry those tasty herbs from the garden. Hang them in your kitchen where they will be easy to reach when your cooking a meal.
Herb & Flower Drying Kit
We bet you love flowers as much as Felicity does! Balancing two faux woven baskets hanging from metal chains and ready for your favorite posies, this lovingly crafted sculpture boasts rich details, from the buttons proudly popping off her overalls to her bouncy, beribboned pigtails. Hand cast in 12...
If your favorite gardener needs help getting vertical, this high-quality cedar pyramid will get the job done. Use for climbing flowers like Clematis or in the veggie garden for beans. It's functional and an architectural focal point in the garden.
Cedar Plant Pyramid
This unusual art installation for the garden is — would you believe it? — made from glass. The stems blend in wonderfully amongst a border of flowers and plants, and they glimmer and shine as they catch the light. It's a definite feature and talking point for a contemporary garden!
Strange Fruit from James...
When I get in the yard to weed a flower bed or pick veggies, I spend a lot of time hunched over. I pay for it the next day with a sore back. I need to invest in a couple of kneeling pads. I love the fun color choices of these.
This little flower garden stake stands out with its turquoise center. It provides a bright spot of color surrounded by rusted petals. It's a great little flower to add to the garden.
For heavy landscaping, a steel wheelbarrow will pull its weight. Move dirt around, transport soil to your flower beds and even use it for home improvement projects.
Cotton twine is a useful household item, especially for someone who works with flowers. Tie up simple bouquets with this plain twine and gift them to friends and family.
Spool Of Twine
Plant with herbs in the kitchen or flowers in the garden. 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. measures 5" across and 4" high
McCoy Flower Pot
I'm not a fan of garden gnome statues, but I love my frog prince. My frog sits proudly in our front flower bed. He serves an important purpose: He protects my plants from the garden hose!
Frog Prince Statue
I love this lamp, and this appears to be the most affordable option out there. It fits in anywhere, I think. But, with its capiz shell material it is perfect for bringing some sea life inside.
Lotus Flower Chandelier
Unfortunately, spring blooms cannot last all year, but these everlasting alliums can add color to your garden anytime. These steel orbs come in springtime hues and have gold accents for a bit of sparkle. They are designed for all weather conditions. You might even fool some guests into thinking...
Monticello has some of the most beautiful flowers in the world, many of which were hybridized and created by Thomas Jefferson. This seed sampler includes Cockscomb, French Mallow, Globe Amaranth, Joseph's Coat, Love-in-the-Mist, Pincushion Flower, and Sensitive Plant.
There are many creative garden labels out there these days, but I prefer this simple blackboard variety. Versatile, reusable, and they don't compete with the flowers!
Blackboard Garden Labels
This Asian inspired trellis has great details that make it stand out. The bells will sound great in the wind and it's perfect for vines. Plant an evergreen clematis to have greenery year round and beautiful flowers during the summer.
A trio of galvanized steel flowerpots in a saucer sets the stage for a mini herb garden. I'd create a custom label on each with chalkboard paint and white chalk.
Short on space? A vertical wall garden may be your answer for growing kitchen herbs, succulents and flowers. This set comes with a mountable grid and recycled pots. The pots get clipped onto the grid and you can configure them as you'd like. This would be a great gift for a cook who wants to grow...
Vertical Wall Garden
I love bottle trees because you can really make them your own with different colored/shaped bottles. This one adds on sunflowers for a little extra flair.
Houzz friend Linda, author of the blog Restyled Home picked these because "I love these wall pockets that you can grow a little garden/flowers/herbs in and use inside or out! I think these are perfect for small space dwellers with limited gardening space."
Wally One Wall Pocket
Hanging gardens bring life to a room (every room should have something living in it) and are fantastic conversation starters in the modern abode. Hang these beautiful fern gardens with traditional colorful glass ornaments in an entryway or in front of a window.
I love the design and the height of this garden ornament. It would look great in the middle of a bed, standing above colorful flowers. It has a delicate, almost ribbon like feel to the spheres at the top and would add interest and a focal point to a garden bed.
Though you could use this garden stool indoors or outdoors, this sweet floral design is saying bedroom to me. I think it would be darling as a small accent table beside a chair in a bedroom or on a screened-in porch or patio for extra seating.
Flower Design Garden Stool
You may think these hoses are a bit frou-frou because of the fabulous rainbow of colors they come in, but these are heavy-duty, professional grade Dramm hoses. Great for gardeners who like to add a little bit of quirkiness to their grounds.
These colorful wooden planters are classic and traditional. They're perfect for holding a pot of beautiful flowers or a small tree. Use them indoors or out.
Be prepared for frost. September brings the first frost — or snow! — to many Rocky Mountain gardens and there's nothing worse than seeing a great crop of basil or beautiful patio containers turned into mush over night! Keep white sheets or commercial frost blankets handy; light-weight,...
These retro suitcases would look great beside a girl's bed. You can use them for decor and storage at the same time.
Retro Flower Suitcases
Record your successes and "learning experiences" in this beautiful garden journal. My favorite part: You can relive your garden in those cold winter months.
I recently stumbled upon this mighty wonder, and boy has my green thumb improved. Since bringing it home, my terrariums and Tillandsias have sprung back to life, and I will no longer be responsible for drowning the houseplants to death. Hooray!
This sculpture is cardinal red and feels like it's always in motion. It would be a great way to bring bright color into a dull corner of the yard. And, it never needs watering!
This butterfly string reminds me of watching butterflies come and go in the yard during the summer months. Every once in a while several together will wind their way down and then take off as soon as they've lit down. It's a great way to enjoy butterflies year round.
Butterflies String Wall Art
Imagine planting one of these gorgeous glass flowers in a window box or outside the window in the garden.
The sweetest garden gloves ever: take Cath Kidston's bird pattern and pair it with heavy-duty lined gloves. My hands would be happy wearing these cotton gloves.
Bird Blue Garden Gloves
Training outdoor plants can be quite the task, but with these wire garden trellis it should be a walk in the park. They're quite chic as well, which is an added bonus during those months you await for your plants to grow in full.
Wire Garden Trellis
What makes this gazing ball so cool is the steel holder it comes in. I love the raw look of the steel and how its claws hold on to the ball. The glass globe comes with it but you can change out the ball for a more colorful one if the spirit moves you.