9 Things All Gardeners Should Know About
From the best flower clippers to a must-follow Instagram account, gardeners will dig these fresh picks.
Whether you're an avid gardener or you want to find the perfect shears to gift your flower-loving friend, these 9 finds are ideal for those who don't mind getting their hands dirty. From the most stylish watering can to a gift-worthy book, this fresh crop of products will get you ready for the season.
Popsicle Watering Cans
A sculptural, curved design plus an enameled-zinc finish in a sherbet tone add up to a good-lookin’ watering can. Display yours front and center as a reminder to give plants a little TLC.
To buy: $24 each; shopterrain.com.
Catch farmer and florist Erin Benzakein’s stunning Instagram snaps of in-season blooms at her Washington State flower farm (@floretflower).
Kikkerland Reusable Garden Markers
Keep track of your seedlings with these clever sticks—then use them again next season.
To buy: $5 for 12; amazon.com.
The Floral Society Floral Clippers
Florist-approved, these scissors are ideal for cutting flowers, herbs, and vegetables in the garden.
To buy: $62; food52.com.
The Floral Society Canvas Market Tote
Adjust this open-ended tote’s sides to fit your haul.
To buy: The Floral Society Canvas Market Tote, $50; food52.com.
Green Escapes by Toby Musgrave
A roundup of secret urban gardens offers inspiration in a lovely package.
To buy: $30; amazon.com.
This organic, non-GMO seed collection was developed by chefs and breeders who kept flavor in mind—not just yield and shelf life.
To buy: from $3.50; row7seeds.com.
V&A William Morris Kneeler
Pretty and functional, this cushion is decked out in a William Morris wallpaper design originally printed in 1834.
To buy: $42; Spur Line Supply Co., 505-242-6858.
Turner & Harper Nailbrush
This post-gardening essential is made with beechwood and hog bristle.
To buy: $22; cloveandcreek.com.