Some Of The Awesome Gardening Gifts
Looking for great gifts for that special someone in your life ? I have some good ideas for you! Celebrate Christmas in July for this edition of the week Tuesday in the park! Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of this article to learn more. Inspiration everywhere I’m on the road all summer. I’m going to share with you some of my products, books favorites that made the landscaping and gardening a breeze!
These branches and leg scissors from Corona tools fit perfectly to any hand size. You can choose your own custom setting to reduce work and fatigue caused by frequent cuts in apps like Dead title. Choose 1 for smaller hands or faster cuts and 8 for larger hands or stronger cuts. The handles feature comfortable gel handles for superior comfort and less hand fatigue. It also has a built-in lock that I still find useful for storage. I’ve been using it for a month, and it is one of my tools new favorite. I absolutely love the way the blade is covered with non-stick carbon steel to improve cutting performance.
2. Landscape compositions by Lee Miller
I first met Lee through his great gardening blog, A Guide to Northeast gardening. Personal garden tours, ideas of combining landscapes and much more are often involved. Lee is a landscape architect, author gardener. Your new book, landscape design, has helped me tremendously in spring and summer. When I didn’t really know where to start a project, this book pointed me in the right direction. The book is filled with beautiful plant images to get your creativity flowing. I’m going to post a full review of this book after this week, so stay tuned!
3. Fiskars Garden Multi-Snip
I actually bought several pairs of these garden multi snips from Fiskars. They are very good. With this practical and durable tool, you can cut, cut, saw and cut. If you handle materials like chicken wire all the time, this is for you! Theme can be a pain to deal with. You can also cut the stems, cut the burlap into strips and I saw the rope. It is the perfect tool for any home seller or gardener. It features a serrated edge and a fully solid ground steel blade. It will definitely remain strong due to strong use. Softgrip touch points increase comfort and control. The bonus sheath is included in the delivery and even has a belt buckle! There is also a full lifetime warranty, so it will last forever!
4. Subscribe to garden design magazine
This is hands down my new favorite Garden magazine! Each issue has 148 pages without ads. Yes, that’s right. No ads! I am a photographer, so I really appreciate the beautiful photography in the garden design magazine. It also contains detailed stories about gardeners and the enthusiastic people who make them. A lot of stories take place over 8 to 20 pages, so you really get the details that we want to know as gardeners. You will get a behind-the-scenes look at topics like landscapes with plants, landscapes, Container Gardens, botanical gardens, houseplants and more. I relaxed outside on my hammock, dreaming of being lost in all the beautiful pictures!
5. CobraHead Mini Weeder & Cultivator
Everyone needs to CobraHead Weeder in their lives! I was lucky enough to get my hands on the Mini, and now I’m connected too. CobraHead steel stud works with both hands. It’s weeds, sows, scalpel, edges, fossils, grooves, plants, baits, de-hay and crops. The handle is both comfortable and effective. It is made from a mixture of recycled plastic and organic materials. Feature my favorite of this product is its small size. I can put it in my pocket as I walk! Weeding can be such an effort, but this tool really does the trick and makes it much easier. It should be absolute. If you give as a gift, be sure to get one for yourself!
Looking for great gifts for that special someone in your life ? I have some good ideas for you! Celebrate Christmas in July for this edition of the week Tuesday in the park! Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of this article to learn more. Inspiration everywhere I’m on the road all summer.…