Gardening Greats

by on February 13, 2012

Give Gardeners what they want for Valentine’s Day

Stumped by your holiday gift list?

This year, give the gardeners in your life what they want—cool stuff that makes working outside easier. Check out these three options.

Grab a Pair of Gloves Grab a Pair of Gloves
Get a grip with Mad Grip gloves. These all-purpose rubber-dipped gloves are designed for maximum grip and durability. Their seamless design offers comfort and flexibility and helps prevent blisters.
Grab a Hat
Grab a Hat
Keep the sun out with Womanswork’s reversible sun hats. They make smart design fun by combining a UPF rating of 50+ and a wide brim with cute, reversible paisley patterns.
Grab a Drink Grab a Drink
Stay hydrated with a S’well water bottle. These stainless steel, nontoxic bottles keep drinks cold for up to 24 hours. Even better, 10 percent of sales goes to WaterAid, a nonprofit working to bring safe water to the world.





A Fragrant Beauty for Spring

'L'Innocence' hyacinth This time of year it’s hard to imagine a beautiful, lush spring garden. But we’ve got something that will help make it a little easier for you.

Spend some time now planting ‘L’Innocence’ hyacinth, and get ready for a show of dense, creamy white flowers that will leave a haze of fragrance in your spring garden. This perky spring bulb is sure to get noticed for its perfume and its foot-high flowers. Here’s how you can enjoy this beauty in your garden.

Common name: ‘L’Innocence’ hyacinth
Botanical name: Hyacinthus orientalis ‘L’Innocence’
Plant type: Bulb
Zones: 5 to 8a
Height: 10 to 12 inches
Family: Liliaceae

Growing conditions
Sun: Full sun
Soil: Organic, well-drained
Moisture: Medium

Mulch: None needed.
Pruning: None needed.
Fertilizer: None needed.

Move Heavy Garden Pots in a Snap

PotLifter In the spring, you probably lug houseplants outside so they can enjoy the summer, don’t you? We do too. So we know just how backbreaking it can be to haul large pots outside and back in year after year.

Make heavy lifting easier with the PotLifter. Need to move that cute, potted lemon tree that’s as tall as a sixth-grader to make way for the Christmas tree? No worries! The PotLifter’s simple system allows you to wrap straps around containers 12 to 30 inches in diameter. Just fasten the buckles. The straps cinch tightly and securely as you lift.

Made of durable, high-strength polymers, the PotLifter is safe to use for moving heavy and awkward objects weighing up to 200 pounds. Use it to move landscaping stone, bags of compost, and firewood, too.

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