Posted on: December 20, 2019 | Written By: Doug Oster |
Here’s the lowdown on all the best garden gifts Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster talked about on KDKA’s “Pittsburgh Today Live.”
I’ve been using this sharpening tool for more than 30 years. It keeps tools sharp, which will make them last longer, and gardening chores are always easier with a sharp edge.
Another great way to help the good bugs. Native bees and other pollinators will nest in this bee home.
I planted a 200-gallon version of this container made of recycled water bottles. Check out the smaller versions, which are lightweight and easy to store between plantings.
If you’re looking for a way to get kids into gardening, Crayola has great products that are fun and easy for children to use.
When you’re done unwrapping presents, this gift wrap can actually be planted. It’s embedded with wildflower seeds.
Every gardener needs to know how much rain has fallen in their garden. This rain gauge can be seen from across the garden.
This is one of my favorite tools for working in the garden. The Mini Root Assassin Serrated Shovel is lightweight and built to last. I’m so happy to have it by my side when gardening.
And the winner of the Ugly Christmas sweater is…
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