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      Finding a thoughtful gift for a loved one can be a challenge, but we’re here to help! Here are our favorite gardening gifts—curated by the Garden Design editors.


      Gardening Glove Gift Set

      This gift box has it all for mom: Arm Saver gloves in the beautiful Garden of Paradise print with matching cotton twill drawstring bag, a 4 oz. jar of Lavender & Mint hand cream, and a set of plant snips so mom can clip her favorite soft stem flowers.

      $49 from Womanswork

      Uncommon Goods

      Heart-Shaped Garden Trowel

      Add an 'Alice in Wonderland' feel to mom's gardening shed with this hand-forged multipurpose gardening tool. Just like her love for gardening, this trowel will last a lifetime.

      $49 from Uncommon Goods

      The Bouqs Co.

      Sweet Escape Bouquet

      Since mom can't travel to the tropics, bring the tropics to mom. She'll love the island vibe and exotic blooms of the Sweet Escape bouquet.

      From $49 from The Bouqs Co.

      Wind and Weather

      Heart Rock Garden Stake

      Did you know rocks say I Love You? It's true. Especially when they're in the shape of a heart and forever staked in the garden.

      $40 from Wind and Weather

      Rifle Paper Company

      Floral Tumbler

      Keep mom hydrated with this sweet floral insulated tumbler. She can enjoy her favorite hot or cold drink while tending her garden (and thinking of you).

      $35 from Rifle Paper Co.


      Gardening T-Shirt

      We think this shirt speaks for itself. Mom (or grandma) will love lounging or working in the garden in this comfy & stylish t-shirt.

      $22 from Life and Lemons / Etsy

      Olga Akbarova

      Tea Towel

      Moms spend a lot of time in the kitchen, so why not brighten it up with an adorable tea towel designed by artist Olga Akbarova? Towels are brightly colored with original illustrations, like the Pacific Grove Tea Towel shown.

      $18 from Olga Akbarova Art


      Jar Flower Arranger

      Help mom up her flower arranging skills with this easy and attractive way to create an instant arrangement. Plus, your purchase will be supporting Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.

      $25 from The Shop | Monticello


      Designing Abundant Containers Online Course

      Gift this online course and help mom learn how to design and plant beautiful garden containers from professional designer, Karen Chapman. Buy her a beautiful container with some potting soil as well, so all she'll have to do is add plants.

      $24 from LeJardinet


      Garden Boots

      Waterproof boots that are easy to slip on and off are invaluable for gardeners (mom will thank you for thinking of her). These Crocs come in 6 colors, including classic Navy (shown) and bright Lemon.

      $40 from Amazon

      Kerry Ann Mendez

      Online Learning Bundle

      Give mom the gift of gardening knowledge with this online, 4-video bundle from plant expert Kerry Ann Mendez. Lessons on designing a sustainable flower garden, bold and fine foliage plants, plants for shade gardens, and perennials that do double-duty.

      $31.95 from Perennially Yours, Kerry Ann Mendez

      Ballard Designs

      Sculptural Terrarium

      For the mom who likes to keep up with the latest trends—this antique brass terrarium will let her showcase her plants in a unique way. Get her some succulents, ferns, soil and moss to make the gift complete.

      $79 from Ballard Designs


      Porthole Infuser

      This infuser can be used to create cocktails, oils, teas, dressings, lemonade, coffee and more. For Mother's Day, we think a lemon and lavender infused water sounds wonderful! Durably constructed of stainless steel and tempered glass.

      $129 at Frontgate


      Mason Jar Herb Garden

      If mom spends just as much time in the kitchen as she does in the garden, she'll enjoy this cute and convenient herb garden set. It even inludes rosemary, basil and sage seeds and soil pods.

      $30 from Amazon


      Terracotta Pot

      Featuring laurel leaves, flower detailing and a pedestal base, these terracotta pots will transport mom to an Italian villa right in her own garden. Available in 13” and 17” sizes.

      $129 and up, from Frontgate

      Dan Bernarcik

      Garden Chair

      Let mom kick her feet up! For nearly 20 years, Dan Benarcik has been building and refining the design of this garden chair. It’s made of red cedar and/or Douglas fir, so it can withstand the outdoors.

      $325 available here


      Insect House

      This home for insects would be a wonderful gift for those who love to observe the little creatures that keep our world going.

      $19 from Amazon

      Tyson M. Weiss

      Fish Garden Art

      Maine artist Tyson M. Weiss makes these unique ceramic fish sculptures that appear to lazily cruise through pristine plantings. A school of three is ideal for conveying the impression of movement. They can stay outdoors all year and come with garden rods. The Medium Salsa Fishie is shown, but there are three sizes and a cobalt color available.

      $30 and up, from UncommonGoods

      Seibert & Rice

      Seibert & Rice Shell Pot

      Crafted in one of the oldest terra cotta workshops in Italy, this pot is equally stunning empty or planted. Seibert & Rice, a company specializing in fine Italian terra cotta, makes planters like this available in the U.S. The Shell Pot is part of their Ornamental Collection, which features pieces distinguished by their sculptural detail.

      $380 from Seibert & Rice

      Esschert Designs

      Fire Bowl

      Let mom extend the time she gets to spend outdoors in the evening by sending her this attractive rusted-steel fire bowl.

      $74 from Amazon

      Proven Winners

      The Proven Winners Garden Book: Simple Plans, Picture-Perfect Plants, and Expert Advice for Creating a Gorgeous Garden

      Expert plant knowledge and creative design ideas from America’s #1 plant brand. The Proven Winners Garden Book contains simple garden plans, including a welcoming entryway, pollinator garden, flower garden, shady summertime retreat and deer-resistant garden. It also has 25 container recipes to add color to a patio, porch or balcony. The authors share lessons on garden prep, design choices, and how to buy the right plants.

      $30 from Proven Winners

      Proven Winners

      The Gardens of Mackinac Island

      Who better than Jack Barnwell (Mackinac's premier landscape architect) to share nearly 100 public and private, humble and grand gardens of the island, along with interwoven narratives, poetry, history, and horticulture.

      $75 from Proven Winners

      Timber Press

      Nature into Art: The Gardens of Wave Hill

      Embracing not only classic, but also daring and innovative designs, Wave Hill is a world-renowned 28-acre pubic garden in the Bronx, New York. This book explores the beauty of the plants, flowers, and design with photographs by Ngoc Minh Ngo along with author Thomas Christopher's insights about the iconic garden overlooking the Hudson River.

      $27 from Amazon

      Timber Press

      Deer-Resistant Design

      For those with the common problem of deer eating their plants, this book has the answers! Karen Chapman explores intentional garden design solutions and plants to use (there are zones listed, so you know they'll work in your garden!), all while showcasing beautiful gardens across the country—each with its own story of trouble and triumph.

      $16 from Amazon

      St. Lynn's Press

      The Right-Size Flower Garden

      Do you know someone who is overwhelmed at the task of maintaining their garden? Help them enjoy gardening more with this book from gardener, writer, and teacher Kerry Ann Mendez. She shares simple design changes that make smarter use of space, along with tips on choosing the best low-maintenance plants for your garden.

      $16 from Amazon

      The Countryman Press

      Gardentopia: Design Basics for Creating Beautiful Outdoor Spaces

      Landscape and garden expert Jan Johnsen provides inspiration and instruction with over 100 unique techniques to transform humble gardens and yards into magical outdoor spaces. Her tips are illustrated, specific and easily applied. She suggests simple changes and design strategies that can have big impact, such as accenting curves and cascading trimming techniques. Over 100 color photos bring her book to life and help readers see just what is possible in their own yard or garden.

      $16 from Amazon

      Optimism Press

      How to Make a Plant Love You

      Houseplant expert and environmentalist Summer Rayne Oakes teaches how nurturing plants can reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and improve our overall health and well-being.

      $11 from Amazon


      The Art of Outdoor Living

      Shrader has a talent for extending the indoors outside to create stylish and enjoyable outdoor spaces. In his first book, he shares twelve beautiful properties and shows how to connect the landscape with a livable ease that is not only for entertaining, but for relaxing as well. Photography is captured by Lisa Romerein.

      $31 from Amazon

      Harry N. Abrams

      The Scentual Garden

      Ken Druse offers a complete survey of fragrance in the garden, giving gardeners a vastly expanded palate of scents to explore and enjoy. Plus, the artful botanical images from Ellen Hoverkamp are beautiful to look at.

      $42 from Amazon

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      Proven Winners

      Twist 'N Plant Gardening Auger

      Save time and plant more with the Twist N Plant gardening auger! This high quality auger is a great choice over using a trowel—especially where roots are involved. You'll be changing out garden beds left and right!

      $39 from Proven Winners

      Fisher Blacksmithing

      Handmade Garden Tools

      Garden enthusiasts will surely feel the difference in these heirloom-quality tools handcrafted by blacksmith Tuli Fisher. Gift the whole set or start building their collection one tool at a time.

      $261 from The Grommet


      Tool Set

      If you know someone who is looking to get into gardening (or if you know someone who you want to get into gardening!), this is a nice starter kit. It comes with 9 pieces: trowel shovel, rake hoe, weeder, spade, cultivator, pruning shears, spray bottle, and gloves—all in a handy storage caddy. All tools are rust resistant.

      $30 from Amazon

      Corona Tools

      Forged Dual Cut Bypass Pruner

      Corona Tools is known for making sturdy, functional tools that serve gardeners well. This pruner has a second curve within the hook of the blade that allows you to easily cut branches up to 2 inches in diameter. It also has an internal spring, so it shouldn’t get bumped loose as you’re reaching inside a tangled shrub. This is a solid midrange model for the weekend warrior who prunes for short periods of time.

      $23 from Amazon

      Josh Endres

      Okatsune No. 103 Pruners/Secateurs

      With no gearing, cushioning, or added leverage from the handle, these no-frills pruners by Niwaki rely on a sharp edge and hard steel to achieve crisp cuts—even on fibrous materials like bamboo. The latch can be slid open or closed on your hip, and the Japanese-style spring doesn’t fall off. In a nod to ergonomics, the blade has a slight angle downward. For those who appreciate simplicity and strong steel, this minimalist model is a satisfying choice.

      $32 from Amazon

      Meg Smith

      Go-To Tool for Loosening Soil

      Peter Jacobsen grows food for The French Laundry, a Michelin 3-star restaurant. The Meadow Creature Broadfork is his go-to tool for loosening soil without destroying its structure. “It works better than a hand rototiller and you get a nice workout,” he says. Under the bar are four 14-inch-long spikes; after driving the spikes into the soil, you use the handles to pull back on the tool, loosening the earth.

      Starting at $207 from Meadow Creature

      Green Heron Tools


      The HERShovel was built to make the most of a woman’s stature and strength, but the company has also received positive feedback from men who have used the shovel. Its steel blade with extra-large step and its two-handed grip reduce shoulder and back strain while digging.

      $69 from Green Heron Tools

      TDI Brands

      Serrated Farmer Dagger

      With its thick, highly sharpened teeth and nearly unbreakable boron steel blade, this knife by Dewit could be as useful in a dark alley as it is in the garden. It’s incredibly sturdy; a hammer can be used on the flat top of the handle to drive the tip of the knife through hardpan or rocky soil. It can be used right- or left-handed. For gardeners working in hard soil, it’s indispensable.

      $71 from Amazon

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