We can’t help digging Celia Birtwell’s drawn prints, which spruce up aluminum tools.
Available at nybgshop.org, $28-$34.
Made from recycled wine bottles, the herb-growing kits will have you toasting your inner botanist.
Available at pottingshedcreations.com, $35 each.
Prep, plant, and weed your garden into feng shui shape with a set of futurist-style tools.
Available at radiusgarden.com, $100.
Once you have your garden growing, you deserve a rest. Laze about and enjoy the view on a Fatboy Headdemock.
Available at fatboyusa.com, $500.
With nine spray patterns and six color options, you’ll be able to create your own double rainbow.
Available at nybgshop.com, $13.
The perpetual letterpress gardening calendar will keep you on schedule so you know when to reap and when to sow. Available at etsy.com, $20.
Ecofriendly, rain-resistant blackboard labels allow for easy-on/easy-off veggie categorizing, so you’ll never mistakenly dig up a carrot when seeking fennel.
Available at shopterrain.com, $14 for ten.
Brighten up your gray garden with some much-needed H2O and a colorful, not-your-garden-variety watering hose. Available at alicesupplyco.com, $46.
Expand your garden and your cultural awareness with sixteen packs of heirloom seedlings displaying the designs of NYC-based artists.
Available at seedlibrary.org, $52.
Bid Mrs. Dash adieu and introduce your taste buds to garden-fresh herbs. Your stash will stay wilt free for up to three weeks in the mini pods.
Available at prepara.com, $30.
A practical alternative to committing valuable apartment space to a planter, the floating orbs create an earthly garden extending from the ceiling.
Available at westelm.com, $9-$24.
With a squirrel-proof bird feeder, your little avian friends will do the whistling while you do the working.
Available at jschatz.com, $395.
When everything’s coming up roses, slip on dainty gloves to keep your green thumb(s) safe.
Available at hableconstruction.com, $25.
Put your succulents on display with a DIY hanging wall panel. Wallflowers are guaranteed not to go unnoticed.
Available at floragrubb.com, $100.
You’ve tilled, planted, watered, and harvested. Now what? Pickle, can, preserve, and enjoy all year long.
Available at amazon.com, $14.
This time the elephant is smaller, cheerful, found in your garden, and everybody is talking about it.
Available at vermontcountrystore.com, $10.
Whether caring for your table-side topiary or tomatoes on the vine, Monty’s Joy Juice will have your sprouts looking sprightly.
Available at nybgshop.org, $10.
Earthenware pots just aren’t your proverbial cup of tea. Lift your garden to new heights with a four-foot planter for herbs and spices.
Available at foldbedding.com, $92.
An easy-to-grow mushroom garden might just give your tomatoes a run for their money. It’s the good kind of fungus among us.
Available at bttrventures.com, $20.
A newfound love of horticulture has your hands doubling as sandpaper. Ixnay moisture deprivation with an intensive and earth-friendly hand salve.
Available at burtsbees.com, $9.
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