42 Gifts For Vegetable Gardeners

1. Gardening Tools

A great gift for any gardener and especially ones that love camping or having to improvise. This tool kit has the basics you’ll need to get started in the yard including a hand saw, pruner, weeder, trowel, and more.

2. Solar Wind Chime

This solar wind chime makes a great gift for that nature-lover or eco-conscious friend. The tiny wooden butterflies spin around in the sunlight, creating a captivatingly beautiful piece of garden decor. It’s not just pretty though – the solar panel stores natural energy to illuminate the butterflies without needing to rely on electricity.

3. Bamboo Cutting Board

A bamboo cutting board is a great addition to any kitchen. It’s beautiful design will add character and elegance to your space while the natural materials used will bring you years of quality use!

4. Gardening Set

A gardening tool set for women that includes a garden hose, gloves, weathered bucket, butterfly stakes, soil, seeds and water.

5. Thumb Knife

What a great way to keep your thumb limber! This stainless steel finger knife features an arc-shaped blade that makes it easy to cut, and its fingertip is made of silocone, which gives it just the right amount of elasticity. It’s perfect for keeping in the kitchen, garage, hunting cabin, or anywhere else you have things to fix!

6. Heirloom Vegetable Survival Seed

You never know when the lights are going to go out. It’s best to be prepared. This vegetable seed survival pack has non-GMO, heirloom seeds so you can grow your own food even in a crisis situation. The survival seeds include 32 varieties of all types of vegetables and herbs needed to sustain life – from arugula to zinnias, chives, thyme, potatoes and beans.

7. Homegrown Garden Seeds

Don’t waste money on gardening supplies when you can grow your own! This starter survival garden kit has everything you need to grow fresh vegetables in any climate. You will receive 35 non-GMO and heirloom vegetable seeds, including lettuce, beets, carrots, onions, squash, zucchini, tomatoes, peppers, broccoli and more.

8. Chef’s Garden Cookbook

A farm-to-table cookbook with a vegetable twist, this book offers innovative techniques and delicious recipes for preparing common and not so common vegetables. The head chef at the Culinary Vegetable Institute teaches readers how to transform vegetables in their kitchens with dishes such as Ramp Top Pasta, Seared Rack of Brussels Sprouts, and Cornbread-Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms.

9. Gazing Balls

These are stainless steel balls with gorgeous glass beads inside. The size is about 11 inches and it comes in several colors. It’s a beautiful item to add to your yard or garden when you want to create an atmosphere that encourages relaxation and contemplation.

10. Harvest Moon Lace Table Lamp

Want to add a touch of nature to your home? Give her this pretty little lamp. Made from lace, it has a mercury-free bulb that casts a warm glow perfect for evenings or when reading.

11. Reusable Basket

Who likes to spend money on unnecessary plastic bags? No one, that’s who! This basket is made from organic and sustainable materials, so you can feel good about using it for your groceries. The best part is that once the harvest is done, you can turn the whole thing into a work of art by lining the inside with kraft paper and filling it with pretty floral arrangements.

12. Gardening Book

Even in winter’s coldest months, you can harvest fresh, delicious produce. Drawing on insights gained from years of growing vegetables in Nova Scotia, Niki Jabbour shares her simple techniques for gardening throughout the year. Learn how to select the best varieties for each season, the art of succession planting, and how to build inexpensive structures to protect your crops from the elements. No matter where you live, you’ll soon enjoy a thriving vegetable garden year-round.

13. Unves Garden Tape

This 300-foot roll of unbreakable, lightweight garden twine is made to last for years. The best gift you can give a new mom is the gift of easy home decor maintenance and organization. You can use this heavy-duty garden tape to secure outdoor furniture, cobwebs from your gutters, or even your car fender when parking on a wet surface.

14. Garden Markers

A set of garden markers is a nice gift for a gardener or someone who likes to DIY projects. These cute design garden markers can make the potted plants in your garden easy to blend with the plants in your yard which makes it easier for visitors to find their way around. Not only the phrase on this markers make your plants lovely and vivid, but also make your garden tidy and pretty.

15. Hot Pepper Starter Kit

If you’ve got a green thumb, but live in an apartment or condo that doesn’t allow outdoor gardens, then this hot pepper starter kit might be the gift to give! Included in this set are non-GMO seeds so you can grow your own peppers no matter what the landlord says. Plus, it makes for an awesome conversation piece when friends stop by to check out your new garden 🙂

16. Veggie Garden

An indoor vegetable garden can expand the availability of fresh produce in the house. It can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. There are many kinds of seeds to choose from, so get creative and have fun! This makes a great gift for anyone who has a backyard or wants more veggies available at home.

17. Vegetable Seed Pack

A non-GMO vegetable seed pack to grow your own vegetables in a garden without the big city problems! This unique gift will help them learn how to grow their own and prepare for a self-sustaining lifestyle. Includes 55 vegetable seeds and over 15,000 total seeds so you can start your very own mini-farm right on their apartment patio or back yard!

18. Square Foot Gardening

Mel Bartholomew, the guru of square foot gardening, has created another best-selling book–and a revolutionary way to garden. By taking up as little space as possible per growing season while maximizing resources and hours of sunlight, you can grow more food than ever before in small spaces. The system is designed for today’s urban and suburban lifestyles.

19. Non-GMO Packet of Pumpkin Seeds

They’re cute little pumpkins, and they have a lot of seeds! This is a non-GMO packet of pumpkin seeds grown without herbicides or pesticides. You can enjoy the benefits of these healthy seeds for planting in your own garden. The variety is ‘Big Max’, and it yields large pumpkins with smooth rinds.

20. 5-Piece Garden Tool Set

A garden shouldn’t be relegated to only being enjoyed during the warmer months. It should be a place that offers relaxation, meditation, and inspiration all year round. This set will help her create the garden of her dreams no matter where she lives or if she’s not even sure how to begin.

21. Heirloom Tomato seed Starter Pack

This tomato seed pack from Garden Organic is an excellent gift for that beginning gardener in your life! This set contains five different kinds of tomatoes, all heirloom varieties. They are easy to grow and have a wonderful taste. Ideal for beginner gardeners or anyone with limited space who wants to grow their own fresh veggies!

22. Work Apron

It can be hard to find the right gift for a gardener. Do they like gadgets and tools? How about food or drink-related gifts? Do they like funny phrases on things? This gardening work apron set is sure to please them all! The set includes an apron, knee pads, pocketed belt, and shoulder straps so you’ll be ready to hit the ground running in your garden no matter what happens!

23. Gardening Set

This 11-piece gardening tool set is the perfect gift for that guy who has everything! It includes a durable washable tote bag, comfortable kneeling pad, transplanter, garden shears, trowel, hand rake, hand weeder, gardening fork and more.

24. Funny Plant Markers

These stick-on garden markers are sure to bring a smile to your face. Made of natural wood, they’re 2.75 inches by 4 inches and come in a pack of 12. Each marker says one of the following: “Don’t hate me because I'm beautiful!,” “My superpower is not being annoying,” or “I am wise beyond my years!”

25. DIY Garden Tools Tote Bag

What’s a tote bag without gardening tools? NOTHING! This 5-pack of non-woven bags is the perfect solution for any green-thumbed gardener. The two-tone color scheme and fun sayings make these totes a delight to give and receive as a gift for gardeners of all genders.

26. Avocado Tree

Plant a seed of an avocado tree and watch it grow. The perfect gift for the avocado lover. Also, this makes a great mommy-daughter project to do together when the plant is ready to be fed. It will take about 3-12 weeks to crack and germinate. Patience is a must, so make sure you have plenty of that!

27. Plants Get Me Socks

If you’re a plant-lover, then these socks are the gift for you. Brighten up someone’s day with a pair of funny ankle socks reading “Plants get me; You stabler than I am.” A thoughtful and funny birthday present that any lady would appreciate!

28. Gardening Set

A good gardening set should have every basic tool a gardener needs and this one fits the bill. The perfect gift for those who love to garden but don’t tend to collect tools.

29. Kadaon Automatic Lawn Sprinkler

If you’re looking to save money on watering your lawn and want something that can give your whole yard a good soaking, an automatic sprinkler might be the way to go. These sprinklers offer several spray patterns and can even adjust the angle of their water stream to help direct the flow where it’s needed most.

30. Mexican Hot Sauce

This is not your average bottle of hot sauce. This is a real, honest-to-goodness, made-in-a-kitchen salsa that comes from the people who brought you the Fire Roasted Salsa Kit. The heat level is medium but the flavor is outstanding.

31. Bear Paw Weeder

A gardener needs a weeder in their tool box and this one is made of heavy-duty sharpened steel claws that will cut right through the soil. Great for breaking up soil, weeding, and removing unwanted debris in your flower beds or vegetable garden.

32. Garden Book

The legendary high-yield gardening method of the late author, master gardener, and organic vegetable advocate Ed Smith emphasizes wide rows, organic methods, raised beds, and deep soil. With hundreds of profiles for dozens of vegetables—everything from beets to zucchini—this is one of the most comprehensive gardening guides available today.

33. Garden Book

A book of gardening ideas and inspiration, whether you have a small space to work with or not. Learn how to construct a simple raised-bed planting box, find the right companion plants for your climate, and more; read more about what’s growing in this season’s garden at home.

34. Apron

The perfect Mother’s Day gift for the gardening mama. This apron has a very strong waterproof function to prevent you from getting wet and dirty while gardening. With 2 large pockets to ensure that you keep your utensils, tools, recipes, spices, and phone handy.

35. Gardening Book

It’s the season for planting beautiful flowers and indoor plants, but Texas weather can be so unpredictable. A great gift for new homeowners is to teach them how to garden in your climate. This book has complete information about gardening in every type of environment—a must-have for any gardener!

36. Gardener’s Friend 3-Stage Pruner

If you have a weak grip or hand pain from arthritis or have other mobility problems but still love to garden, these are for you. The tool features anvil style action blades that cut through wood easily and cleanly with oiled rubber grips. A lifetime guarantee is offered if the tool does not meet expectations.

37. Heirloom Tomato Seeds

The gigante is a massive tomato weighing in at an average of 2-3 pounds. They’re not just big; they have a wonderful, fruity flavor and are quite juicy. The fruits can be green when first harvested, then turn red as they ripen. These darlings from Mexico will make your garden the talk of the block!

38. Heirloom Tomato Seeds

San Marzano tomatoes are a paste type tomato great for salsa, sauces, and Italian dishes. These heirloom seeds were grown and bred at Garden Fresh Gardens in St. Joseph, Missouri. The Garden Fresh team has over 50 years of combined experience growing vegetables, including some of the most prestigious awards in the produce-growing industry.

39. Gourmet Butternut Squash Seeds

These butternut squash are from an heirloom winter storage variety, Waltham. They’re a non-GMO strain and have great flavor! They can be roasted, sauteed, made into soup or conserves, or eaten raw like a vegetable. These gourmet seeds will produce the same delicious squashes as the true Risen Empire varieties (which we also sell), just differently shaped and colored.

40. Gardener’s Journal

This five-year journal covers the basic growing needs of a typical garden, including bed design, soil preparation, plant selection and propagation, pest control, and gardening techniques. The journal includes separate sections for annuals, perennials/shrubs, bulbs/trees/flowers. There is a planting calendar at the back of the book to help you keep track of what you’ve planted each month over the years.

41. Growing Vegetables Kit

A gift for the vegetable-growing elderly person will be appreciated as they will have such fun growing their own vegetables and fruit. The kit includes 5 peat pots, 5 marker seeds, and helpful tips on how to sow the seeds.

42. Original Bean Bag Toss Game

As kids are apt to do, Mary Ellen filled her room with toys. But instead of playing with them, she spent hours memorizing their configurations and then re-creating them in the backyard. That’s where her father found her one day, sitting on the ground, configuring a beanbag toss game he’d made for her. From that moment on, he knew she was meant to be an engineer–just like him!