Garden Tools Are a Great Gift Idea for a Hobbyist Gardener

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When to give garden tools as gifts and who is the most likely recipient of such gifts? This is one of the questions that many of us has been thinking about sometimes, so we’ve decided to create this short informative article to try to answer to these very questions.

We live in a society that likes to gift romantic items that invoke love and all that goes with it, however, many people forget that a mother, father, sibling, a best friend gardener need something more practical, something more down to earth. So these are the best folks that you can offer gardening tools as presents for any occasion: birthdays, namedays (if you live in a country that celebrates name days), anniversaries, or simply because you want to make somebody happy with a gardening tool that they need. So, the occasions are many, and all you need is select from the garden tools below the right present for your family member or a best friend.

 

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Did you know that gardening is one of the most popular hobbies for the last few years in a row? People are going back to nature and they also like to try out new things, especially those living in cities. So if you have a friend or a family member who wants to learn gardening (or is in need of some new toys), there is plenty to choose from as great tools gift ideas including a practical garden hose holder. And let’s not forget about you! After all if you haven’t tried gardening yet, this could be the start of something great in your life.

5 Garden Tools for a Beginner Gardener

Gardena Cordless Grass Shears

One has never enough quality grass shears around the house!

If you’ve been struggling with getting the right sharp shears for your lush green lawn, then this is the right one for you! It has a comfortable grip and they are very (and I mean very!) sharp! Cutting grass has never been easier. And what I like most about the Gardena Cordless Grass Shears is the fact that they’re cordless.gardena cordless shears

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If your garden is rather big and your old pair of shears have a long cord, well, that could be an annoying problem to have when you have to drag it all across your lawn! With this new baby you can cut the grass easily, smoothly and extremely comfortably. It has a set of clip-on wheels that are rolling so smooth you don’t have to support the weight of the clipper while working alone. And did I say the shears cut through grass like through butter? They actually do!

Time saver, extremely convenient and fun to use, this is the perfect garden tool gift for anyone!

 

Brook & Hunter Premium 3 Pieces Combo Kit

The Brook & Hunter Premium 3 Pieces Combo Kit is the best tool set to get started with gardening. The three pieces: shovel, fork, and spade are perfect for any starter hobby gardener.

All three pieces are made of real stainless steel, so you know that they will last…and last… and the red oak handles ensure a very comfortable (and stable) grip that is needed to do gardening without getting any blisters on your hands.Brook & Hunter Combo kit

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These tools not only work wonders but also look great! Perfect for giving as present for Christmas, birthdays, Mother’s day or any other occasion. You will not go wrong with this high-quality set of 3 extremely useful gardening tools!

Silky Telescoping Landscaping Pole Saw

This is an awesome tool, I have it for my garden as well, and let me tell you, it cuts those ugly and grown branches with no effort whatsoever. When I first got the Silky Telescoping Landscaping Pole Saw, I was a bit intimidated by it, but it didn’t take me long to realize how powerful this tool truly is – and how easy it is to use it.

Most people are having problems using such types of tools because the regular ones are working on the push mode, which needs effort to do. However, this tool works on the pull. Now just imagine how easy it is to do. Pulling is always easier than pushing and this tool makes it darn easy to cut with the blade. You no longer need a chain saw or some other heavy piece to use.Silky Telescoping Landscaping Pole Saw

What really convinced us, however, was that it actually cares for trees. I personally have a couple of fruit trees in my mom’s garden and since I’ve been using this tool instead of our old piece, I am telling you, the trees are much healthier than before!

If you are a gardener, then you love your environment, the trees, your grass, and knowing that the sharp blade actually helps the life of your trees, makes gardening so much more fun and enjoyable.

 

Bonsai Starter Kit

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Do you have a Bonsai tree or do you know somebody who have one? Or maybe want to start having one? Well then you’re gonna love this set of tools! If you’ve ever had to deal with a Bonsai tree then you know how tough it can be to care for it at times.

Well, this tool set makes caring for your Bonsai a snap. And if you know somebody who wants to learn the art of Bonsai, this is the perfect set of tools to get them started. It is perfect for beginners, really no knowledge is required in advance for using them.

 

Garden Expandable Hose with Portable Hose Reel Set


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This is a beauty of a garden hose with reel! Granted, you can find many different types around, but if you are looking for something to give as gift for a new gardener, this garden hose will make them fall literally in love with it. Just look at the picture and tell me that it is not attractive in its own right! It is crafted with real love for gardening in mind. Just imagine having friends or neighbors over and getting a look at your new hose reel. They will instantly want one as well. This piece is really the pride and joy of any gardener.

The reels are elegantly done with a lovely antique finish, and it’s quite fast too. It is a sturdy piece of gardening equipment that no family should be without.

 

So, what are some of your favorite gardens tools as a gift to a hobbyist gardener?

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