Gardening tools for kids and families

Is the winter over yet? It definitely feels that way. The sun seems to stay outside a little longer than in the weeks before. You’ve probably already gone outside a few times without a winter coat. Spring is coming, and if you haven’t thought about digging your fingers in some dirt to get your green thumbs wet, now is the time.

Gardening is an activity for the whole family. Babies can discover flowers through their smell, touch, and maybe even taste. Toddlers and older children can water plants and have their tools specially made for them so they can partake in the appreciation for nature. When gardening, you are only limited by your space and your light.

While we know it can be overwhelming, we’ve created a beginner list that your whole family can jump into. Here are 10 great items for your family garden, no matter how big or how small.

1. A subscription box for easy-care and beautiful succulents

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Bring some life to your space with succulents.

Whether you’re looking to spice up your kitchen windows, office space, or even as a gift, succulents are the perfect starter plants to get your thumbs green. Succulents Studio does the hard work for you by offering subscription options so you can slowly but surely build your indoor garden. As long as you hold the temperature and slowly expose it to sunlight, your succulents should last a long time.

Get the Succulent Subscription Box at Succulent Studio from $ 17.50 per month

2. A nice basket for transporting your products


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These handcrafted baskets are functional works of art.

Once your garden has matured and you are ready to bring your goodies into your kitchen, you need to bring the fruits of your labor inside. You’ll also want to put these fresh and home grown goodies in something that doesn’t interfere with their natural state, like this handmade, eco-friendly basket. Not only can it be used for harvesting, but it can also be a lovely piece of home decor.

Get the two-handle shopping basket on Amazon for $ 25

3. A bonsai garden set


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This kit has everything to add the serenity of a bonsai tree.

Bonsai trees are fun, sturdy plants that work well indoors. This bonsai set contains everything you need to bring calm to your home. If you do decide to give away a bonsai tree, be sure to trace the meaning of the tree as each tree represents a different philosophy. When you have received a bonsai tree as a gift, prepare to say hello to good luck and happiness in the world.

Get the Bonsai Tree Growing Kit on Amazon for $ 29.99


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You will not be able to keep your child away from the garden with these cute tools.

Children love to garden! Now you can get them involved by letting them have their own tools. Your kids will have a green thumb in no time learning how to pull roots and dig for soil to plant seeds. Before you know it, your little ones will be anticipating gardening with you and you won’t be able to keep them out of the garden.

Get the kids’ gardening tool kit Sun Squad at Target for $ 7

5. A watering can just for you

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With this little watering can, the little ones won’t splash too much water.

Now that you have tools, you need a watering can. This watering can is small enough to be comfortably controlled so you don’t have to worry about them spilling too much water all over the place. Even toddlers will enjoy picking up this bright and fun watering can. You will never have to worry about your plants being thirsty again because your children will be on watch with their tanning beds.

Get the garden watering can to destination for $ 7

6. Garden art


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Add some art outside.

Greet Mother Nature with hand-painted artwork especially for your garden. These adorable chickadees will instantly add beauty to your front or back yard. Observe birds and small critters and animals that take a liking to your metal garden bird. Just stick it in the ground and let it do the work.

Get the metal hand-painted titmouse and berry garden art on Etsy for $ 23.50

7. Premium soil that your indoor plants will love


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Look forward to the harvest with hearty soil.

If you choose to grow food or inedible plants, you need rich soil for these seeds to grow healthy and strong. Good potting soil sets the tone for the life of your plant babies and you want to provide the best possible nutrients. Your garden will thank you with many harvests.

Get Bliss Gardens Premium Organic Potting Soil on Etsy for $ 13.95

8. A way to harvest your own honey


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Save the bees and win a new outfit.

Do you and your family love honey? Now you can do your part to protect the bees and drink honey whenever you want. This set contains everything you need as a beekeeper – including the suit. You can order a package depending on the region you live in to help you organize your new bee plan.

Get the Flow Hive 2 at Honey Flow for $ 798

9. A solution to overhydration

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Your garden will thrive with rich soil.

If you accidentally overwater your plants, root rot can occur. Inexperienced gardeners may throw away the whole plant, but now you can save it. Grow With Noot enables you to save your beloved plants even if you are new to gardening. The subscription kit contains everything you need to remove the rotten roots and give your blooming flowers a chance to fight.

Get the Rescue Mix at Grow With Noot for $ 15

10. A shovel that can do everything


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Take the hassle out of gardening with a shovel that can do it all.

Let’s face it, gardening is fun, but it can be uncomfortable to lie on your knees or bend over countless times. Take the hassle out of gardening by using this shovel that makes digging, shoveling, and shoveling anything with ease. Now you can focus more on your roses than on your aching hands and back.

Get the Rotoshovel at Lowe’s for $ 139

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