10 Great Gifts for Gardeners - Rachael Ray Every Day

10 Great Gifts for Gardeners

Whether you’re a bona fide plant whisperer or it’s your first time sowing seeds, get things growing in your favor with this gardening gear.
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galvanized metal traditional watering can

Keep thirsty plants hydrated with this rust-resistant 1.8-Gallon Galvanized Metal Traditional Watering Can with a cool diamond design. $20, lowes.com

freesail shorty rain boots

Freesail Shorty Rain Boots aren’t just cute and ultra lightweight; they’re hose-off-able, so the muck stays outside. $45, crocs.com

colourful gnome trio

Let a Colourful Gnome Trio stand guard in your yard. Each little guy (you get orange, magenta and blue) is made of polyresin and is 8 inches tall. $30 for 3, brecks.com

bug motel

This retro-look Bug Motel is a pollinator’s paradise—expect bees, butterflies and other garden-friendly insects to move in to the slats and tubes. $47, uncommon​goods.com

synthetic leather utility garden gloves

Hands down the cutest, most practical gloves around are Dig It’s Synthetic Leather Utility Garden Gloves. Nonslip silicone dots provide excellent grip, and fingertips are reinforced for extra protection. $20, homedepot.com

hori hori knife trowel hybrid

A gardener’s version of the Swiss Army Knife, Fiskars’ Hori Hori knife-trowel hybrid helps you plant bulbs, dig out weeds, cut roots and more. $25, homedepot.com

no 305 waist apron

Digging in the dirt gets, well, dirty. Protect your clothes and keep tools handy with this sturdy canvas No. 305 Waist Apron. $55, artifactbags.com

satsumas plant stand

Bring the outdoors inside with the ladder-style Satsumas Plant Stand. It’s great for creating a countertop garden in a horizontally challenged kitchen, or give it a spot on a covered patio. $40, ikea.com for stores

demeter potting bench

Scoop soil on the powder-coated steel Demeter Potting Bench by day, mix cocktails on it as the sun goes down. $100, gardeners.com

c series painted garden markers

C Series Painted Garden Markers come in 12 colors and three lengths. Hit the metal labels with an engraver pen if you’re fancy like that; for the rest of us a Sharpie will do just fine. From $23 for 25, metalgarden​markers.com