Gardeners can be unusual folk, and figuring out what to give them can be difficult, especially for a gift-giver that does not garden much.Explore these gardening gift ideas that are sure to bring a smile to garden-happy loved ones, whether the garden gift is for the Winter holiday season or some other gift-giving occasion.
As beautiful as they are attractive to birds, bird houses are one of the most popular gift options for garden lovers. Making a bird house for a loved one by hand can be a loving touch. If you have a knack for color, matching the bird house to the recipient’s house or to favorite colors planted in the garden can make your bird house gift stand out in the recipient’s heart. If a gardener has many cats, a bird house may not be the best gift, since it may become a cat feeder before long.
Ergonomic Gardening Hand Tools
If you know a gardener who is afflicted with stiff limbs or a bad back, an ergonomic garden hand tools can make a great gift. These special hand tools are designed to give gardeners more comfort when performing difficult or repetitive garden tasks. In addition to gardeners with pain or injuries, ergonomic tools can be good for younger gardeners who do a lot of work in the garden. Ergonomic or easy to use gardening hand tools are made by Radius, Fiskars and OXO.
Quirky Garden Decorations
Humorous garden decorations are not for every gift recipient, but they are a hit with those folks you know who scatter funny figures around the yard. You can find amusing garden decorations at home and garden stores like Lowe’s and Home Depot or at discount stores like Big Lots.
Weather Measuring Tools
Every gardener needs to know the weather so it is easier to figure out how best to care for the plants in the garden. Weather measuring tools can help a gardener get a n accurate reading on weather conditions outside. Popular types of weather-related gardening gifts include rain buckets and rain gauges as well as high-tech thermometers that offer convenient ways to read weather information.
Above all, get a gift that suits the person you are buying for.
When considering a gift for a gardener in your life, the best way to personalize the gift is to take what you know about the person and what you know about their participation in the gardening hobby and combine it to make a useful personalized gift. If you do not know much about gardening, a gardening representative may be able to help you find a gift if you tell them what you know about the person and their gardening habits.