One of the best gardening gifts I've ever received was a handmade coupon book good for my least-favorite gardening chores. Each coupon was like a little gift card for hauling compost, raking the yard or mowing the lawn.
Another gardening gift I appreciated was a bucket organizer for hauling garden tools around the yard. The organizer fits over a 5-gal job bucket to make a sturdy gardening tote.
You can personalize a gardening gift like this by creating coupons for chores your gardener doesn't like to do and then hide them in the many pockets of the tool organizer (Item #177446). Place the organizer around a Lowe's blue bucket and fill it with some fun and functional gardening gear that's sure to make any gardener happy.
The first gift you can add to your gardener's "bucket list" is a set of high-quality outdoor chimes. Select the chimes that match your gardener's tastes and landscape style. I like the sound of chimes of nearly every kind, but I'm especially fond of the sound a set of aluminum tubes makes when swaying in a breeze (Item #246158).
Gardeners are always on the lookout for good, long-lasting tools that make quick work of tough gardening tasks. Pick up some heavy-duty bypass hand pruners (Item #86084) and long-handled loppers (Item #333451) to help fill the bucket.
You may not know it, but Lowes.com has a wide selection of small appliances. If your gardener grows a vegetable garden, a dehydrator is a thoughtful gift that will help preserve the garden harvest. Besides, who wouldn't want a nine-tray food dehydrator (Item #35169) named Excalibur?
If none of these gardening gift ideas fits the gardener in your life, you can always order a real e-Gift Card (Item #59983) and personalize it with your photo on the front.
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