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11 Thoughtful Gifts Gardeners Will Immensely Appreciate (2019 Edition)

Gift a gardener in your life something they’ve always wanted but haven’t gotten around to getting, or better still didn’t even know they wanted.

Gardening surprisingly offers way more benefits than you think. As such, it may be a good idea to get cracking if you don’t already. And don’t let the concrete jungle of the city be a cop out—urban gardening is a thing.

For the plant-lovers in your social circle who beat you to it, receiving gifts from folks who don’t share their interest in tending the soil may be a hit or miss. Which is where this compilation of amazing, budget-friendly gift ideas for gardeners comes in handy to put a broad smile on their faces when they unwrap.

Concerned that he or she only grows vegetables or flowers, cultivates a non-traditional garden, or focuses more on creating the perfect landscaped backyard? Fret not: any green thumb will find these gift recommendations incredibly useful.

#1 Cestash Wall Mounted Planter Pots

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These pretty planter pots look out wherever you place them; the outdoors, indoors and anywhere in between! Designed for hassle-free, easy installation and maintenance the wall mounted self-watering planter pots are perfect even for people with a hectic schedule.

They can be used to grow succulents, saplings, herbs or any other small plants of your choice. Easily attachable, self-watering and easy maintenance with a capacity of up to 20 lbs, this is one gardening accessory you surely don’t want to miss.

Contributor: Brian Morgan from Cestash

#2 Bird Songs: 250 North American Birds in Song

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Renowned ornithologist Les Beletsky provides a succinct description of each of the 250 birds profiled, with an emphasis on their distinctive songs. Lavish full-color illustrations accompany each account, while a sleek, built-in digital audio player holds 250 corresponding songs and calls. 

Contributor: Les Beletsky from Becker & Mayer Books

#3 Slow Down and Grow Something: The Urban Grower’s Recipe

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Slow Down and Grow Something is your doorway into the completely addictive world of urban growing, where you can pocket a slice of country life in the city, even if just for a few minutes a day. 

Growing your own mint for a mojito or rhubarb to make jam isn't just about producing food, rewarding as it is. It's an antidote to the relentless pursuit to 'do it all'. It doesn't matter the size of your space, or your skill, the garden is a place for anyone and everyone. 

Contributor: Byron Smith and Tess Robinson from Murdoch Books

#4 Back-Saving Tool Handle

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Back Saving add on handle fits on any stick tool takes the strain out of a variety of tasks, from shoveling snow, raking leaves, turning over a bed, sawing a branch. Perfect for spades, rakes-hoes-pitchforks Enables the user to take a firm grip without having to make excessive stretching movements. 

BackEZ add on handle promotes a more relaxed posture and provides greater leverage, so it helps to prevent aching backs, pain in the shoulders, arms and wrists, and other problems such as blisters. wide enough for work gloves or snow gloves can be removed 

Contributor: Jay Cotler from Upside Marketing Inc. 

#6 Grow Your Own: How to be an urban farmer

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Two leading experts in horticulture and soil science teach the reader how to grow their own food-from the ground up-in this authoritative, accessible, generously photographed guide. 

Grow Your Own Food in the City provides simple step-by-step methods and information enabling the average city dweller to grow food plants at whatever scale their time and resources permit and no matter their location, be it suburban backyard or apartment balcony. 

Contributor: Angus Stewart from Murdoch Books

#7 Gro™ Water Sensors

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Never kill a houseplant again! Know exactly when your indoor and outdoor plants need water. By placing the sensors in the plant's soil, the system measures the moisture content and uses data from a catalog of more than 50,000 plants to automatically alert you when it's time to water, via push notifications, SMS or email.

Users can connect up to 32 Water Sensors. Available at home improvement retailers nationwide, including Amazon, for $99.99 (Starter Kit includes sensor and Hub which extends Water Sensor range up to 300 ft.) $39.99 for each additional sensor.

Contributor: Scotts

#8 Scotts GRO 7 Zone Controller

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Using real-time local weather data, the Gro 7-Zone Controller automatically tailors in-ground irrigation schedules to your lawn and garden's needs. With smart capabilities, users can schedule changes or turn sprinklers on/off from anywhere, anytime with the Gro Connect app. Also includes compatibility with voice assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

Contributor: Scotts

#10 Ohuhu Garden Kneeler and Seat

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This gardening bench is a thoughtful gift for someone near and dear to you who likes gardening but suffers from aches and pains. It includes a raised knee pad to prevent pain while also keeping the person clean from dirt. And it has pouches for holding gardening tools right where you need them. It collapses for easy storage, helping to make it the ultimate gift for the reasonable price of $34.99.

Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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Written by Ben Skute