Looking for all of the best garden supplies? Then this page is the place for you! I’ve listed all of our product guides, from seeds to juicers to gifts for gardeners in one place to make your shopping a breeze.
First things first: planting! Check out the tools I recommend to get those seeds, bulbs, or transplants into the earth. And if you’re not starting your gardening adventure from seed, then feel free to skip to the next section.
Planters and Shovels
Digging and Churning
Need to get a little more down in the dirt with a particularly stubborn patch of land? Check out the best tools to do just that!
Plant Food and Fertilizer
Did someone say food? Even plants need to eat, and making sure they have the best plant food and fertilizer is a vital step in their care. It’s even better if you invest some time in finding plant-specific garden supplies because it’s not always one size fits all!
If you’re new to gardening, or just a hobbyist, you might not know that there are a myriad of different watering systems out there. Using watering cans, for example, might be the most picturesque and straightforward way, but it sure turns into a commitment if you have a big garden.
Next up on our list of product recommendations is weeding tools! From knives to diggers to hoes, it’s important to have the right tools to get rid of any unwelcome plants that will consume all of your soil’s nutrients.
Pruning and Trimming
Pruning and trimming might seem like the most counterproductive gardening task, but it’s actually very important. It not only helps shape your harvest but also keeps the plant healthy. Check out my recommendations for the best pruning and trimming supplies out there.
If you’re interested in this section, chances are that you’re dealing with vining plants. Take a look at the best supplies for giving your plants the support they need!
Pests and Diseases
As you might have already heard, the best cure for pests and diseases is prevention. Unfortunately, however, that isn’t always possible, so it’s best to be prepared for worst-case scenarios. Whether or not you’ve dealt with pests and diseases before, always keep a close eye on your plants so that you can catch the problem before it becomes unmanageable.
Check back for more advice on pesticides and disease treatment for other plants!
Harvesting and Eating
Now comes what I personally think is the best part of gardening! Harvest time: when you get to literally reap the rewards of your hard work. But first, you have to get the fruit off the plant without causing damage to either party.
Once you’ve harvested your fruit, you can finally eat it! Check out my top picks for cherry pitters and apple peelers. If you’re interested in cooking, you might even want to take a sneak peak at my favorite recipes.
Juicers and Presses
There’s nothing quite like a fresh glass of freshly squeezed juice—no matter what fruit it is! But let’s be honest here. There are lots of juicers and presses on the market, and some of them are very expensive. Are they worth it? Read on to find out what I think.
Wheelbarrows and Carts
Good wheelbarrows and garden carts are essential purchases to spare your back from any strain. Gardening is great because it keeps you mostly outdoors, but it can be hard on the posture!
Clothes and Accessories
Though most of the time, any old outfit that you don’t mind getting dirty will do in your home garden, there are some specialized articles of clothing that might just make your gardening experience that much more comfortable. Plus, some accessories are absolutely a must depending on the weather, like a garden hat!
Is it almost the holidays? Or perhaps a loved one’s birthday? No matter what it is, I think we can all agree that a great gift is also a useful one. So if your special person is a gardener, then let this guide take some of the shopping stress off your shoulders by suggesting great gift ideas:
Gardening Gift Guides for Adults
Gardening Gifts for Kids
Use the Best Garden Supplies!
Hopefully, this guide has helped you figure out your gardening shopping list a bit better. So if you’re ready to get your hands dirty, start learning about some plants you might be growing: