Clever Gifts for the Gardener

Great for those with outside interests, these garden gifts made Better Homes and Gardens' top list in our December 2012 issue -- and they fall between $6 and $60.

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    Self-Watering Terra-Cotta Containers

    These self-watering containers make plant maintenance easy -- a wick in the top pot draws water from the bottom pot -- and are put together in a sleek and practical design.

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    Nylon Gardening Gloves

    Breathable knit and flexible nylon make these gloves comfortable and durable.

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    Windowsill Grow Box

    Grow a spice garden on your windowsill with this steel MicroGreens box, which comes with two crops of seeds.

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    Ornament Frames

    Pressed leaves are an ideal fit for these ornament frames, which allow a changeable display between glass.

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    Set of Seed Sticks

    Grow your own herbs easily and fuss-free with these seed sticks. Tuck the seed-embedded sticks into soil, then water regularly for results.

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    Denim Work Apron

    This denim work apron is both stylish and sturdy, great for holding tools while working in the garden.

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    Terrarium Bottle

    Grow your own terrarium in a repurposed wine bottle with this simple kit.

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    BrazelBerries Peach Sorbet Blueberry Shrub

    When you order this blueberry shrub, you'll get a jar of jam to gift now. The shrub will arrive in spring for garden planting.

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    Gardening Shears

    Snip blooms in the garden or at the kitchen sink with these shears.

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    Glass Camp Lantern

    Made of glass, this modern take on a camp lantern holds a single tea light.

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