Even in very small plots, few pastimes are as edibly rewarding as gardening. Whether it's a back yard or a reclaimed city parcel, these gifts will help the green thumb on your list grow prize-winning produce.
Who says every tool needs its own handle? You don't use two at once. The Wolf-Garten Vegetable Garden Set includes six interchangeable heads and a single handle—everything the gardeners on your list need to get their greenery going without wasting valuable storage space. $100 [Bluestone Garden]
Who said your home's decor has to stop at the front door? Accessorize your watering equipment with the Hose Clothes. This fast-drying, mildew-resistant cover slips onto hoses up to 5/8-inches in diameter and comes in 25-foot and 34-foot lengths. $24 [Dirt Couture]
Wrinkly fingers from sweat-soaked gardening gloves? Ew, no thank you. These gloves from ROC are made from bamboo fiber, which soaks up moisture and resists mildew, keeping hands cool and dry. $14 [Amazon]
Slice into even the hardest clay soil like a hot knife through butter with the Super-Penetration Shovel from Garrett-Wade. Its steel head is tapered with sharpened edges for punching through compacted earth with minimal force. $118 [Garrett Wade]
Some folks are born with a green thumb, seemingly able to anticipate their garden's every need. For the rest of us, the PlantSmart sensor can translate. It measures sunlight, temperature, moisture, and soil conditions, providing the information you need to keep plants healthy and happy. $60 [Black and Decker]
If weeds have the gall to push up into your planting beds, the only rational response is—of course—to kill them with fire. The Weed dragon hooks up to any propane cylinder and burns at 100,000 BTU to wither any weed in your way. $76 [Amazon]
Successfully germinating seeds takes more than just tossing them in the ground and hoping for the best. The Illuminator UFO uses just 90w of electricity and lasts 50,000 hours, providing sprouts the spectrum of light they need to thrive. $400 [Amazon]
Not all nozzles are created equal. The Bon-Aire Ultimate is designed after firefighter nozzles and provides five spray patterns—from gentle rain-like action to a grime-busting power stream—a two-way shut off valve that resists leaking. $30 [Amazon]
As fun as swinging hatchet about is, some trimming jobs require a more delicate touch. The Fiskars 9124 pruning shears feature an adjustable blade tension, sap groove for smooth cutting action and an ambidextrous design. $20 [Amazon]
Spend more time in your garden and less on your lawn with the Husqvarna Automower. It can trim up to a half acre—assuming you need that much—and the embedded solar cells help keep the mower running longer between recharges. $3000 [Husqvarna]
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