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63 Best Christmas Gifts for Gardeners in 2021

From planning to planting, seed saving to savoring the fruits of their labors, these Christmas gifts for gardeners will delight any casual or serious gardener who loves to play in the dirt, whether they have a large and prolific garden plot or simply tend a small raised garden box on the patio. A mason bee house is always a welcome gift that will make their garden prosper.

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What Are the Best Gifts for Older Gardeners?

Keeping in mind that as we age our backs and knees simply don't work as well as they used to. Finding tools that accommodate those issues will be really appreciated. 

Rolling garden seats help to eliminate squatting and kneeling and often have great storage areas for tools as well as a water bottle. Also raised planters and potting benches make garden work a lot less taxing when you're among the older set.

Seniors have an especially difficult time getting up off the ground, so finding tools that let them avoid that position are important, especially since most seniors grew up growing at least a portion of their own food as kids.

VegTrug has an amazing raised garden box that is designed to allow for those who are wheelchair-bound to roll up and tend their veggies easily and at just the right height, although all raised garden boxes allow for easy planting with less stooping and bending.

What Are the Best Gifts for Gardeners Who Have Everything?

Granted, this can be a challenging question. That's when we rely on the sorts of things that skip practicality and move straight into frivolity. 

Garden fountains, yard sculptures, wind spinners, and other art pieces can add flair to any space including your gardener who seems to have everything. 

Perhaps consider adding to their affinity for gardening by getting them a Bonsai starter kit. The art of Bonsai is a huge stress reliever according to this article from Medium.com, and who couldn't use that both at home and at work?

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