6 genuinely useful Christmas gifts for gardeners

6 genuinely useful Christmas gifts for gardeners

Searching for a great Christmas present for a gardener?

Here’s our top suggestions for gifts that any gardener would love to unwrap and will be genuinely useful for the coming year.

1. A good quality spade

Digging is an essential part of gardening, so it pays to invest in some decent kit to help make it a more comfortable experience. Kent & Stowe do a range of spades with 10 year guarantees for carbon steel and 15 years for stainless steel. Plus they also do a Garden Life range which is great for younger gardeners, those suffering with mobility and arthritic issues, or those who simply prefer a lighter spade.

Image of man holding a Kent & Stowe spade and digging in the soil.

2. National Gardening Gift Vouchers

A great choice for any gardener, National Garden Gift vouchers are redeemable at over 2,000 garden centres and garden retail outlets across the UK and Channel Islands.

Enter our festive competition for a chance to win £25 worth of vouchers.

Banner calling for people to buy National Garden Gift vouchers. 

3. Indoor plants

Houseplants are super-trendy again and make fantastic gifts. Orchids, Succulents, Cacti and Bonsai trees are all great choices.

**Don’t forget to include a bottle of indoor plant food with your present to help your recipient keep the plant healthy and happy for years to come**

Image of a white orchid on a windowsill with the sun pouring in.

4. A subscription to a gardening magazine

A present that will get you remembered for the whole year! An annual subscription to a gardening magazine will give them inspiration and practical advice on how to keep their gardening looking great from January to December.

5. A bird feeder

Give them a new hobby this Christmas! The Peckish Winter Warmer Easy Feeder is a great stocking filler or Secret Santa present. It is a reusable feeder that has bird seed already included. Simply unwrap and hang in a tree!

Image of Peckish Winter Warmer Easy Feeder.

6. A gardening book

There’s a whole host of great gardening books out there at the moment. Winners of the recent Garden Media Guild Awards categories included: New Wild Garden by Ian Hodgson, The Book of Pears by John Morgan and James Sowerby by Paul Henderson.

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