Holiday Shopping Guide: 10 Great Gifts for Gardeners

Shopping for a great gift for the gardener you love? We’ve got you covered! Here are 10 fun, useful, and entertaining gifts for gardeners…

The holidays are right around the corner, which means it’s time for…holiday shopping!

If you have friends who love to garden and you’re looking for some great gift ideas this holiday season, look no further! Below is a list of 10 silly, fun, and/or useful garden gadgets, ornaments, and other gifts that the special gardener in your life will love (even if that gardener happens to be you). 🙂

Whether you’re shopping for an urban or suburban gardener, an indoor gardener, or a homesteader, there are plenty of unique gift ideas below to suit any budget and taste.

1.) Grow Sign

For those with garden frustrations, or even successful gardeners who have problems getting things to grow now and then, this rustic sign makes a great gift! This sturdy yet lightweight steel sign is about 20″ high, and looks great in a planter or in the garden.

Buy now: $23,

2.) Ceramic Rainbow Mushrooms

This set of 5 fairy garden mushrooms makes the perfect gift for the gardener with a whimsical side! These little rainbow mushrooms are about 4 1/2″ tall, and they add a fun splash of color to any fairy garden, lawn, terrarium, or planter.

Buy now: $25,

3.) Indoor Herb Garden Kit

For the indoor gardener, or the wanna-be gardener without any garden space, this indoor herb garden kit will help bring the garden to them! The LED light simulates natural sunlight for healthy plant growth, even if you don’t have a sunny window to put it in. This kit can be used to grow herbs, salad greens, or even flowers.

Buy now: $43,

4.) Lucky Elephant Statue

This cute little 12″ elephant garden statue is perfect for the garden. It is made from a cement/resin mixture, so it is very durable and works well in any landscape. Elephants are known as a good luck charm, so maybe it will bring some luck to your garden next season!

Buy now: $21,

5.) Korean Garden Hoe

A friend got me one of these as a gift a couple of years ago, and it has since become my favorite garden tool! This hand-forged garden hoe has a specially designed 7″ triangular sharp blade that works amazingly well for removing tough weeds. It also can be used to create furrows for planting seeds, as well as covering the row and firming the soil after planting.

Buy now: $24,

6.) Metallic Kaleidoscope Wind Spinner

For the friend with a colorful personality, this lovely garden wind spinner makes a perfect gift. The bright colors bring some fun to the landscape, and the spinners are mounted on precision ball bearings to spin easily in any breeze. The 64″ stake works well in just about any location in your garden or yard.

Buy now: $70,

7.) Ceramic Garden Bell

This unique and beautiful hand-made ceramic bell provides a beautiful chime for your garden. Made of fired ceramic clay with a wooden clapper, this rustic and durable chime will look great in your garden, as well as helping scare off pests, and adding some lovely music to your outdoor areas.

Buy now: $48,

8.) Pink Metal Flamingo

No garden is complete without a pink flamingo, right? 🙂 If you have a gardener friend who is lacking in this department, this fun statue is a great way to spice up their garden – and give them a bit of a laugh!

Buy now: $47,


9.) Aero-Garden Kit

Your favorite garden enthusiast can now garden year-round with this countertop aero-garden – no soil needed! This system utilizes a smart hydroponic design to provide nutrients to your plants via water and a special nutrient mix. The full-spectrum grow light encourages healthy and abundant growth. The kit comes with a 3-pod gourmet herb seed kit containing Genovese basil, curly parsley, and dill. You could also grow any other type of herbs or salad greens.

Buy now: $70,

10.) Fun Garden T-Shirts!

These fun garden t-shirt designs make great gifts for any gardener. Choose from a wide variety of colors and styles in 4 designs, including hoodies.

Buy now: $25-$35, SGN Store


Rose S.

An avid gardener since childhood, I love sharing my passion for gardening with others! I have gardened in a number of different climates and settings, from large fenced garden plots, to tiny patio and container gardens, and I firmly believe that everyone can learn to grow at least some of their own food - no matter where you live. Growing your own food can help you take control of your own health and food supply, and there has never been a better time to get started!

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