As the weather warms up, we’re feeling inspired to start delving into our garden beds. To kick off the season of planting, pruning and propagating, we’ve compiled the chicest gardening accessories that are anything but your grandma’s garden shears. From a wide-brimmed straw hat by French label Jacquemus to a pastel Scandinavian watering hose, these pieces promise to bring style and durability to your garden. Happy planting!
Featuring a unique sculptural shape that can hold up to two litres of water, this watering can embraces both form and function.
Source: Ferm Living
Orb Watering Can by Ferm Living in Cashmere, $159,
Create an elevated herb garden with the help of tiered plant stands by Toronto-based industrial designer Sarah Rose Woods. Each piece is hand-turned on a wood lathe and finished with a waterproof sealant.
Source: Sarah Rose Woods
Tri-Plant Stand, $60 (medium); $50 (small); $45 (extra small),
Go straight from the kitchen to the garden with this simple yet practical apron that has large enough pockets to fit tools, seed packets and gloves. Plus, it’s made of a medium weight linen, which will keep you in the comfort zone as you fork, plant and lift.
Source: Chic & Basta
100% Linen Apron in Ecru, $105,
This is the perfect starter kit for any horticultural enthusiast. Not only does it include a handsome wooden trowel and pruners, it comes with a pencil, herb markers and a ball of twine to support your sprouts.
Source: Shop House & Home
10-Piece Garden Planting Set, $50,
Give the tool you use the most a stylish upgrade with Garden Glory’s pink watering kit, featuring a garden hose, hose rack and nozzle.
Source: Garden Glory
Rusty Rose Kit, approx. $244,
Designed to withstand slips, Hunter’s waterproof gardening boots include an extra thick ankle patch that provides added protection when you’re hard at work using your spade and fork.
Source: Hunter Boots
Women's Gardener Rain Boots in Dark Olive/Clay, $130,
Cuts and scratches are common on the job. These organic bamboo bandages are an eco-friendly alternative that are perfect for sensitive skin because they’re free from plastic and toxins. Best of all, they’re compostable and break down in soil in a matter of weeks.
Patch Organic Bamboo Adhesive Strip Bandages, $9,
An archival wallpaper print featuring flowers and
acanthus leaves by British designer John Henry Dearle (who was trained by textile revivalist William Morris himself) brings this stylish set of potting gloves and a garden kneeler to life.
Source: Wild & Wolf
V&A Garden Kneeler and Potting Gloves, $49,
Modern Sprout has made planting a playful pastime. Simply unwrap, plant and watch as your mix of organic seeds sprout into the key ingredients needed for your go-to weeknight dinner.
Source: Modern Sprout
Seed Lollipop Culinary, approx. $20 (3 pack),
Bring the bloom-filled magic of the South of France to your garden with fashion design darling
Simon Porte Jacquemus‘ conveniently wide-brimmed straw hat.
Beige Straw 'Le Chapeau Santon' Hat, $265,
This curvy flower plant pot is a mod addition to any indoor or outdoor oasis. Fill it with your
favorite blooms or keep it close to your gardening station to store small items.
Globe Flower Pot in Black, from $54,
Simple yet sturdy garden shears are made even more charming in a pine green colorway (a
hot hue for 2020).
Source: Old Faithful Shop
Garden Shears in Green, $15,
Reap the fruits of your labor with a book chock-full of inspiration on how to bring your plants to your plate.
Products: The Garden Chef
by Phaidon Editors, $50,
Edible flowers are almost too pretty to eat, whether they’re topping cakes or garnishing cocktails, but the fact that these brilliant blossoms are trending makes them even more tempting to add to your plant library.
Source: The Floral Society
Edible Flower Seed Kit, $50,
For plantings that require more than just a trusty trowel, this stylish set by British designer Sophie Conran — made with FSC-certified ash handles (meaning the wood came from a eco-conscious supply chain) — will get the job done and even protect your back from unnecessary pressure thanks to compact head profiles.
Source: Sophie Conran
The Gardener's Digging Set, approx. $123,