30 Gifts for Plant Lovers (Besides More Plants)

From grow lights to gardening gloves—here's everything they're sure to love!

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The best gift for plant lovers isn't always a new plant. It can be hard to find a suitable specimen to complement their urban jungle unless you are intimately familiar with a person's plant collection. If you have a plant lover on your gift list this year, consider these fun and practical gifts and accessories that any plant parent is sure to love.

Houseplant Party by Lisa Eldred Steinkopf

Houseplant Party

Lisa Eldred Steinkopf, aka The House Plant Guru, shares her knowledge of indoor plants and hands-on projects to help beautify your home with plants in her book, Houseplant Party. The book features 15 step-by-step instructions to create fantastic plant projects, including a test tube wall planter, knotted plant hanger, Japanese moss ball, and more. It's the perfect gift for our creative, hands-on plant-loving friends.

To Buy: $9, amazon.com.

Aerogarden Sprout

Aerogarden Sprout

Not everyone has the right environment to grow edible plants indoors. Thanks to tabletop hydroponic systems like the Aerogarden sprout, though, anyone can grow delicious herbs, greens, and even tomatoes right on their desktop. The basic Sprout package comes with everything you need to get started, including your choice of an herb, greens, tomato, or flower seed kit. Upgrade the gift by adding on a seed starting kit that will allow the recipient to get seedlings started for planting outdoors in the spring. The Sprout makes indoor edible gardening easy and it's truly a gift that keeps on giving.

To Buy: $100, aerogarden.com.

Rainwater Urn

Rainwater Urn, 65 Gallon

Collect all the chlorine-free rainwater for your plants in this stylish rainwater barrel. The rainwater urn is made of UV-stable, scratch- and chip-resistant polyethylene, features a matte textured finish, quality spigot, and a 5-foot hose with a shut-off valve. It's the perfect splurge gift for your favorite plant lover.

To Buy: $299, gardeners.com.

Hirt's Curated House Plant Box

Hirts Botany Box

While most plant lovers already have a bountiful collection, they are not likely to say no to more plants. If you have no idea what to get, let the pros put together a gift box for you. Hirt's, a premier online greenhouse, offers monthly curated plant gift boxes. You can get a single monthly gift or a 12-month subscription. The botany boxes feature a 6-inch gift-wrapped house plant or multiple smaller rare house plants, a description sheet with care facts, and surprises like extra plants, a ceramic pot, and even plant-specific fertilizer.

To Buy: $30, hirts.com.

Fiskars Garden Hori Knife

Fiskars Hori Knife

Fiskars iconic orange-handled gardening tools are recognizable all over the world, and their Hori knife is the toolmaker's version of the popular Japanese soil knife. This multipurpose tool is perfect for digging and cutting, and it features a dual-edged blade: one precision-ground edge for multipurpose cuts and a serrated edge for sawing through the thick growth. This tool is a must-have for the friend who wins Yard-of-the-Month year after year.

To Buy: $24, amazon.com.

Fiskars Non-Stick, Micro-Tip Pruning Snips

Fiskars Miro Snip sheers

A good pair of snips is a must for any plant lover. This set of two micro-tip pruning snips are ideal for shaping, repetitive trimming, and intricate snips. They work well for indoor and outdoor plants. (The set of two makes a wonderful gift, but it's perfectly acceptable to keep a pair for yourself, and gift the second pair with the Hori knife.)

To Buy: $19, walmart.com.

Galison Succulent Garden Double-Sided Puzzle

Succulent Garden 500 Piece Double Sided Jigsaw Puzzle

Succulent lovers will adore this 500-piece jigsaw puzzle that celebrates the popular plant. The puzzle features double-sided pieces so they can create two different designs: one side is matte and the other is glossy, so there's no chance of confusing the parts between the two vibrant images. It's the perfect gift to keep plant lovers entertained in the depths of winter.

To Buy: $15, amazon.com.

Gardening Under Lights by Leslie F. Halleck

Gardening Under Lights

Leslie Halleck is a certified professional horticulturist who can breakdown complex gardening techniques into digestible information. Her book, Gardening Under Lights, details everything you need to know in order to use artificial lights to grow a garden inside. Halleck makes the science simple and gives you actionable tips to grow just about anything indoors successfully.

To Buy: $16, amazon.com.

GE Lighting Grow Light

GE Lighting Grow Light

If you are gifting Gardening Under Lights, add GE's Grow Light in the box. Not every room gets the quality of light necessary to keep an indoor plant thriving. GE's full spectrum grow light provides the perfect high-quality plant light that will allow your indoor plants to flourish. Best of all, it fits into most light fixtures, so there's no need to purchase clunky and unattractive grow lights to keep your plants happy indoors.

To Buy: $12, amazon.com.

Mkono Plant Waterer Bulbs

Mkono Plant Waterer Bulbs_2

These plant watering stakes are an attractive and practical way to keep your plants watered. Each bulb holds 8 ounces of water and will keep the soil at the correct moisture level for up to two weeks. The glass bulbs are in the shape of a bird and work with practically any decor. Pair the stakes with an attractive planter to complete the gift.

To Buy: $10, amazon.com.

All Seasons Hemp Canvas Apron

All Seasons Hemp Canvas Apron

A sturdy but stylish work apron makes a wonderful gift for indoor and outdoor gardeners. Made from durable yet breathable hemp canvas, this all-purpose apron requires no breaking-in to get that soft, pliable feel. The unisex design is available in two colors, coriander brown and ink black.

To Buy: $65, patagonia.com.

O'Keeffe's Working Hands Hand Cream

O'Keeffe's Working Hands Hand Cream

O'Keeffe's Working Hand Cream makes the perfect stocking stuffer for gardeners who prefer not to wear gloves. The hand cream heals, relieves, and repairs dry, cracked hands, and it also creates a protective layer on the skin's surface to help prevent further moisture loss.

To Buy: $8, amazon.com.

Seed Storage Envelopes

Paper seed storage envelopes in their packaging from shopterrain.com.


Seed storage envelopes are perfect for gardeners who love to stay organized. These paper envelopes are great for collecting and storing seeds, and there's plenty of space to take notes on the seed type and date collected.

To Buy: $18, shopterrain.com.

Seedling Paper Pot Making Kit

Paper pot making kit on a wooden bench.


Turn newspaper into a biodegradable paper pot with this kit. The paper pots can be planted directly into the ground, and the set can create three different pot sizes, making planting that much easier for the gardener in your life.

To Buy: $34, shopterrain.com.

The Sill Tote Bag

Canvas tote bag that reads, "Plants Make People Happy."


A tote bag they can carry with pride. This 12-by-12-inch tote is the perfect accessory for plant moms and gardeners alike. If they're not a tote bag person, never fear, the "Plants Make People Happy" message is also available on t-shirts and sweatshirts.

To Buy: $18, thesill.com.

Potting Tarp

A white potting tarp assembled to protect a wooden floor from potting plants.


Make potting mess-free with this potting tarp perfect for plant parents without a place to pot in their homes. The edges snap together when in use, and the tarp can be easily rolled up and tucked away when not.

To Buy: $60, thesill.com.

Be the Bee Pollinator

A handheld yellow Be the Bee Pollinator.


Pollinate your indoor garden like a pro with this tool that helps to pollinate tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and other fruiting plants more effectively.

To Buy: $18, aerogarden.com.

Hydroponic No-Rinse Cleanser

A container of AeroGarden's hydroponic No Rinse Cleanser.


In between plantings in your hydroponic garden? This no-rinse cleansing powder is perfect for cleaning out your garden between plantings. Run it through your garden with fresh water for a few hours, and then it will be good as new and ready for a fresh batch of pods.

To Buy: $18, aerogarden.com.

Round Trellis

A plant climbing on a round trellis in its pot.


Don't leave training plants drooping. Gift a plant enthusiast this round trellis. Longer plants can be wrapped around the trellis right away, and shorter plants can be trained as they grow to create a show-stopping look.

To Buy: $29, bloomscape.com.

Microfiber Dusting Gloves

A woman using brown microfiber dusting gloves to dust off a plant.


There's an easy remedy for house plants that tend to be dust magnets. Gift these microfiber dusting gloves to a plant parent who loves to keep their plants looking the absolute best. Plus, a dusting helps the plants absorb sunlight.

To Buy: $15, bloomscape.com.

Bottle Stopper Garden Kit

Two bottle stopper garden kits.


Turn empty wine bottles into plant-based decor with these kits. Fill an empty wine bottle with water, plug the neck with a hydroponic soil capsule, and drop in some seeds, and set it in a sunny spot. After a few weeks, you should have some seedlings to harvest fresh herbs from.

To Buy: $19, uncommongoods.com.

Plant Parent Sweatshirt

A dark green sweatshirt embroidered with a small monstera plant.


This minimalist embroidered sweatshirt is perfect for all plant lovers to display their plant parent pride. This ultra-soft, hand-embroidered sweatshirt comes in unisex sizes of small through XXL.

To Buy: $40, uncommongoods.com.

Mason Bee Bottle

A Mason Bee Bottle made from an upcycled beer can with per nesting tubes inside.


Did you know the mason bee can pollinate about 100 times more plants than the average honeybee? This upcycled beer bottle is the perfect home for these solitary bees to move in and pollinate your plants.

To Buy: $35, uncommongoods.com.

Plant Personality Magnet Set

A plant decorated with sunglasses and googly eye magnets.


Sure, some people may give their plants names, but do they have personalities, too? They can with these personality magnets. The sunglasses or googly eyes affix gently to your plant babies and give them a little bit of spunk.

To Buy: $21, uncommongoods.com.

Plant Propagation Bookend

A pair of plant propagation bookends.


Beautify your bookshelf with a handmade propagation bookend. Available in both walnut and maple, these bookends hold three glass vials you can fill with water and a plant clipping to decorate a bookshelf.

To Buy: $80, uncommongoods.com.

Strawberry Planter

Strawberry Planter from Urban Outfitters, RealSimple

Urban Outfitters

When filled with a leafy green plant, this strawberry planter is sure to make any plant collector smile—plus it serves as a quirky conversation starter.

To buy: Strawberry Planter, $29, urbanoutfitters.com.

Grecian Bust Pot

Grecian Bust Pot from Anthropologie


For plant enthusiasts with an elegant sense of style, gift them a pair of pots in the shape of Grecian busts. They can fill each pot with succulents, a pothos, or even fresh flowers.

To buy: From $28, anthropologie.com.

Swirled Plant Mister

Glass Plant Mister

Urban Outfitters

Many varieties of houseplants thrive in a humid environment—this mister will help keep them happy. Leave the mister next to your plant collection, then mist them whenever they need a little pick-me-up.

To buy: $14, anthropologie.com.

Plant Hanging Animals

Plant Hanging Animals

Uncommon Goods

For plant collectors with a playful sense of humor, may we present these hanging animals that clip onto plant stems. Go ahead, let a sloth hang out in your snake plant.

To buy: $23, uncommongoods.com.

Plant Sticks

Gold Plant Sticks Support


Fact: most vertical-growing plants need a little support. These plant sticks provide the solid foundation a growing plant needs, and the delicate gold frames won't cramp your plant's style.

To buy: $40 for 3, bloomist.com.

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