25 Gardening Essentials


This month is all about GREEN so I’ve been loving the chance to bookmark all of my favorite gardening accessories. I may not have a yard to cultivate larger scale things, but I’ve been elbow-deep in potting soil this season getting my kitchen garden and about a dozen pots of begonias and ferns ready for the windowsill. To keep my own gardening going and hopefully to encourage anyone else out there to start planting, I rounded up 25 of my personal gardening essentials. From tools and kneelers to bags and plant markers, there’s a little something here to get you started with any type of weekend gardening. Here’s to all you green thumbs out there… xo, grace

Image above: 1. Burlap $20 | 2. Slate Plant Labels $18 | 3. Garden Hose $58 | 4. Orla Kiely Trowel $30 | 5. Apolis + Kinfolk Tote $62 | 6. Copper Garden Labels $15 | 7. Plant Mister $20 | 8. All-purpose Pruner $48 | 9. Jute String Stand $38 | 10. Recycled Tube Kneeling Pad $35 | 11. Garden Gloves $15.50


Image above: Garden Kneeling Pad $15

More gardening essentials continue after the jump…


Image above, clockwise from top left: Garden half-apron $11, Plant Labels $18, Garden Scoop $9, Watering Can $23


Image above, left to right: Patterned Garden Tool Set $23, Garden Pruner $19


Image above: 1. Oak Plant Labels $14 | 2. Steel Snips $20 | 3. Somerset Hat $58 | 4. Garden Kneeler $33 | 5. Jute-wrapped Scissors $34 | 6. Garden Kneeler $38 | 7. Garden Tub $18 | 8. Hand Fork $58 | 9. Jubilee Gloves $20 | 10. Garden Tool Set $33

  1. Kathleen says:

    The pretty patterned garden gloves will make a perfect mother’s day gift for my mom and her green thumb! Love this round up!

  2. Rebecca says:

    The Garden Kneeler is a great idea. I don’t know why I never thought of that before. Great price as well.

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