If you have children, you need to know how to get slime out of carpet. Even if it hasn't happened yet, I can assure you, it will. Perhaps it won't be carpet, but it will be your couch, drapes or favorite shirt. SLIME. You are a horrible, evil, crafty concoction that my kids discovered on the internet. There is a large part of me that wishes ...
I’m a big believer in getting people gifts they will use and enjoy. If you have a gardener on your Christmas gift list we’ve compiled some of our favorite gardening gifts that we use and love.
All of these gifts are affordable (under $30) and most of them are available on Amazon with free Amazon prime shipping!
I learned about this tool a few months ago. Drag at ground level to cut weeds at the roots. Bottom is sharp and sides are dull, so you can use it near important plants and only cut weeds.
This is a great gift for your aspiring young gardener. Make pots for your seedlings with newspaper using this small tool. (Makes a great stocking stuffer!)
Do you have a small space gardener on your Christmas list? This seedling square is the perfect gift! The template gives the perfect amount of space to all seeds and seedlings when planting a vegetable garden – based off of Square Foot Gardening spacing techniques.
This hand weeder has a stainless steel blade and neck. The classic design of cape cod weeder makes weeding by hand easy.
I love these gloves because they are breathable (hello- Florida!) and they have touch screen tips so you can answer your phone or change your playlist while you are working without taking them off!
This thermometer is so pretty I might buy one for myself. I love that it shows the humidity too, although in Florida it will probably read 90% most days of the year!
I never understood why people used these until I started doing yard work! Good grief, my back hurts after a day in the yard. This seat includes two tool pouches so you can keep your gardening tools handy while you are working. Folds up small for storage!
This homemade gift idea is perfect for the gardener on your list. Give them this hand scrub which works well on dirt and will help their hands stay soft and clean.
This is a great reference book for any gardener. One year we had some over achieving bugs ruin our small backyard garden. I was hesitant to use pesticides because we had small children. This book will provide natural solutions for those pesky pests and keep a garden healthy and pesticide free.
This composter is a little more expensive than the other items on the gardener gift list, but if they need a composter that is easy on the back this is definitely a great gift! (If you want a less expensive option you can always give them a DIY compost bin for around $20)