Guest Picks: Growing Style in the Garden
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.
I appreciate a watering vessel stunning enough to double as a flower vase.
This little gadget has become a household favorite, and my terrariums have been thanking me on the daily.
Who can resist a garden gnome? Wait, wait, wait — I mean these garden gnomes!
One day I will have a swanky midcentury garden sphere. One day.
After the flowers have bloomed and the tomatoes have been picked, it's time to sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labor. This charming chair seems up for the part.
What is a garden without a little bird-watching? Provide those feathered friends with a stylish trough.
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.
If you asked me a few weeks ago if there was any way to improve my hose style, I would have laughed. Today, I am pretty certain that leapord print belongs in my backyard.
I do not live in the woods, but I'm pretty sure I need an axe in my life. I mean, come on.
Not only is Clyde Oak's branding stunning and their products well made, but this website has all kinds of outdoor gardening inspiration. I'm ordering up a set of these urban seed kits pronto.
Raised beds are becoming quite popular in my neighborhood, but none is quite as attractive as this one by Scout Regalia.
I love the idea of a petite tool belt, especially this guy who holds just one set of sheers. Move over fanny packs, I'm predicting a new trend over here.
This little garden tote is rugged and classic and not being put in the garage after being used.
Yard challenged? Go vertical with these amazingly versatile Woolly pockets. I love the pop of blue.
This little outdoor ottoman is just the right style to leave hanging around the garden, and just the right size for taking a break from pulling up dandelions.
Speaking of needing a little break, roll over this outdoor bar cart for a little lemonade or rosé.
When plants call for a delicate touch during watering time, it is by no means an excuse to leave out a pop of color. Yellow for me, please.
These gloves are so pretty that I'd hate to stick them in the mud.
I never thought I'd fall in love with a handle as hard as I have here. Oh, that color!Next: Essentials for a Classic Garden