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In addition to its sleek design, the Koubachi Wi-Fi Plant Sensor does a lot for you. After measuring soil moisture, temperature and light intensity, it determines the needs of your plant and sends you updates through its free smart phone app.
This 6 cubic foot capacity wheelbarrow comes in a stately cobalt blue, and its heavy gauge seamless steel tray will help you cart around plenty of gardening projects with ease.
A potting bench is an immensely useful thing to have when you manage a garden. This one is particularly great because of all the space and storage it offers. Plus, it's cute!
Natural Wood Potting Bench
These tip bags are crucial for a gardener. Whether you want to transport leaves, soil or other garden garbage, these bags will make easy and quick work of it.
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!
Spade With Steps
A garden hand fork comes in handy whether you're cultivating a little garden, growing something on your balcony or tending plants in your home. DeWit is a great source for high-quality tools for the avid urban gardener, or anyone.
DeWit Garden Hand Fork
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.
These kinds of scissors served as the official scissors of palace gardens in many imperial dynasties. They are handcrafted and designed for pruning.
I think I'm in love with this harvesting basket. I constantly trek dirt and bugs from the garden into my kitchen. This is a great way to let the dirt fall out and also to store your veggies with some room to breath.
"Kind of like having a gardening robot boyfriend" is how Sprout Robot describes its service. It answers the question on every new gardener’s lips: Where do I begin? Simply input your zip code, and Sprout Robot will craft an easy-to-follow gardening plan based on your location and climate. They'll...
How cute is this little fellow! He's actually an advanced moisture meter and he will sing to alert you when it's time to water your plants. With the busy schedules in today's households, a little help is always welcome.
Moisture Song Bird
If you are at all serious about gardening, you will need a handy tool belt. It will help keep you from forgetting tools, as everything you need will be gathered in one space and ready for action whenever you feel the call of your green thumb.
Garden Tool Belt
One of my favorite ways to start spring is by planting a few seeds. These herb seeds will get you started and provide you with fresh herbs all summer long.
Chic enough to leave on display, this stylish watering can holds two liters of water and can easily be refiled by removing the spout.
Fresh pops of color are just what your garden needs this summer. These mod garden stakes will keep your vegetable patch as bright as your flowers.
There is no reason to contain your affection for yellow. Take it outside and spread the love with this bright watering can.
Yellow Watering Can
Don't like ladders? This apple picker is the tool for you. It gets the spots you can't reach — and in a pinch, it could be used for a pickup lacrosse game.
I think this is the sleekest garden trug I've ever seen. Not only would it look good sitting out, you can store veggies in it on your counter and they'll get the ventilation they need.
Painted Garden Trug
This rolling cart has so many practical uses but still looks great. It's a great carry-all for gardening tools so you can take them easily with you wherever you go. It also looks great left out so if you're short on storage, keep your tools in it and put it in a corner - it will add to the decor.
Recycled Herb Markers
This gardening tool set is sleek and modern. The shape and colors are so great that you'll want to keep them out in an open toolbox as a great looking accessory on the porch.
Eva Solo Garden Tools
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 love the cool retro feel of this wheel barrow. I also love the fact that it's been designed to double as a seat when it's not in use. The total package!
A tree-shaped watering can will add a foresty feel to your staycation. Plus, I think that that watering plants is extremely relaxing.
Invotis Orange Tree Watering Can
This heavy-duty hoe is perfect for large-scale gardening, trail building or any other outdoor activity, like moving embers in an in-ground fire pit.
Get it here — delicious plants I mean. Add some functional and decorative flair to a raised bed or indoor planter that's otherwise lacking in accessories.
This compost unit takes it shape from traditional beehive holders. I'm now apiarist, but it's much more attractive than the usual plastic composters.
Kitchen gardens have so many pluses - they're attractive to look at, fun to garden in, smell great and make food taste better. Chalkboard markers for herbs are a practical way to be sure you're adding parsley and not cilantro to your favorite dish. They're also highly re-usable as you plant...
These gloves announce a genteel gardener - or maybe just one who likes to look good while digging in the dirt. They're sturdy but have a colorful, whimsical pattern so they'll look great on or off.
This modernist gardening kit would be the best gift for your art-savvy, green-thumbed friends — or for yourself, because it's pretty darn amazing.
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.
I usually start my seeds in old egg cartons, but I think the whole process would be more aesthetically pleasing with a kit like this one.
Heirloom Herb Seed Kit
This is one of those things I love because it's functional and looks great if you leave it hanging on a hook. It's a great deal for multiple garden tools that come in a terrific, utilitarian but attractive tool bag.
This garden utility tote is so handsome that I'd like to take it out with me to the grocery store, the farmer's market and maybe even a movie afterwards.
This is not your average garden glove. Ethel Gloves are designed specifically with women in mind, not only because of all the colors and patterns offered, but also because of the shape and style. And don’t let the colors fool you. These gloves can do heavy-duty work just as well as their drab...
If you stare at it long enough, it starts looking like a Roman helmet and I'm OK with that. Plus, how fabulous is that color?
These markers are made of aluminum, so they will weather the elements. You can use a Sharpie or dry-erase marker to label this set.
Guess what? I own three pairs of gardening gloves, but I don't wear them. Why? I feel like I am better able to pull weeds and pick veggies using my bare hands. These fingerless gloves would be a great addition to my gardening tool kit.
If you grow flowers that you like to use as fresh blooms in your home, you will need some good flower snips like these. Their vintage look makes them even more attractive and makes gardening even more fun.
Grow your own salsa ingredients — maybe not in time for Cinco de Mayo this year, but great for salsa the remainder of summer!
Mexican Salsa Garden Kit
This is an eco-friendly, practical carry all for the garden. I love the fact that they're completely practical with their good size and handles but that they also look terrific with their bright colors. Stack them up and leave them out to create a colorful corner of your deck.
Recycled Plastic Tubtrug
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