Gardening Gift Basket Ideas

Garden Power Tool Gifts & Gardening

Unique and Special Garden Gifts and Gift Baskets For Your Gardener

If you know a gardener, consider getting them a great garden power tool, or Garden Gift Basket – Everything From Planting Seeds to Yard Tools make gardeners happy!

There is nothing a true gardener would like more than to feel confident that they have the right set of garden tools to work their magic in the soil.

giftbasketidea.org-gardeninggiftbaskketideasGrowing anything well involves sweat equity, knowledge, patience and time.

Adding a personalized note, quote, poem, initials or other special engraving to your gardening gift basket makes it timeless.

From watching birds to relaxing in their backyard, there is something for every person with a gardening passion.

For A Garden Gift Basket Or Gift Idea It is best to Look for something your gift recipient needs.

If you can’t afford a good tool – as in top of the line name brand then stay with smaller items and build them a garden gift basket around those.

The best reason to invest in good gardening tools is because good tools last a long time, can take more gardening ‘abuse,’ and are better and more custom designed to fit a natural grip.
Less expensive tools may seem like a bargain, but sadly they normally end up in the recycling or donation bin after one garden season.
For people who know gardening, getting a cheap tool shows a lack of thought on your part.

If budget is an issue You are better off grabbing this FREE PRINTABLE GARDENING CALENDAR and wrapping up a great pair of good sturdy garden gloves with garden twine – You’ll get BOTH great presentation of a thoughtful gift and grateful appreciation from your gift receiver.

Click & Print on this Free PDF Gardening Calendar – Stuffed full of gardening tips and it is FREE.
When cash flow is tight this free Gardening Calendar makes for a gift nearly all by itself!

Garden Tool Buying Tip: Talk to other gardeners in the area, gardening friends, even garden club members, or nursery owners, and landscape professionals, and see what sets of garden tools are popular and durable for them. Armed with this valuable knowledge, you can feel confident you are making the best gardening gift choice for your loved one.

21 Popular And Name Brand Great Gift Ideas And Buying Tips For Your Review:

Outdoor Garden Power Tool Recommendations

1.  Lawn Mowers And Tractors
-It pays to know the features you like best:
1. Power Sources:
1a – Battery-(Battery-powered mowers are a great option for gardeners who don’t want the hassle of a gas-powered mower. Charge the battery and go. Downside-Larger yards may require multiple charges. Upside-Battery-powered mowers tend to be lighter and easier to maneuver than gas mowers.)
1b – Corded Electric (Corded mowers are perfect for a gardener who wants low-maintenance and easy-to-use options. No start cord to pull, you plug in the extension cord for mower power. Downside: You can only travel as far as the extension cord allows. You risk severing the cord if you run over it and repairs can be expensive. Not a personal Favorite for us. Upside: These mowers are fairly lightweight.)
1c – Gasoline (Gas-powered lawn mowers are sturdier and made for rougher handling. Upside: Gas mowers are the best pick for a heavy-duty, high-powered lawn mower. Downside: Gas powered mowers need regular maintenance, such as changing the oil and adding more fuel.)
1d – Manual-(Manual or reel lawn mowers are ideal for small yards as they require minimal maintenance. These “Push” Mowers mean you push the reel mower across the yard and the movement will cause the blades to rotate and cut your grass.)
2. Know Your lawn size and cutting width Preference(Cutting width refers to the size of the path the Lawn Mower will cut through. The larger the cutting width, the faster you can get the job done.):
2a. Small Yard (Less than 1/4 acre)
– Up to -17 Inch cutting width recommended
2b. Medium Yard (Less than 1/3 acre)
– 18-21 inch cutting width recommended
2c. Large Yard (Less than 1/2 acre)
– Over 22 -60 + Inch cutting width recommended
2d. Professional Lawn Mowers For Extra Large Yard Sizes Areas.
– Over 26-60 + Inch cutting width recommended
9. String Trimmers
1. Power Sources:
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Gasoline
1d. Manual
2. Cutting Width Preference:
2a. Under 10 inches
2b. 10 To 11 Inches
2c. 12 To 13 Inches
2d. 14 To 16 Inches
2e. 17 Inches And Over
2. Chainsaws
1. Power Sources
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Gasoline
1d. Manual (Professionals Only)
2. Bar Length Preference:
2a. 14 Inch And Under (The perfect garden tool for light trimming work around the house and usually lighter for people with less arm strength and hand dexterity)
2b. 16 To 18 Inch
2c. 20 Inch And Up
10. Edgers
1. Power Sources:
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Gasoline
1d. ManualManual edging is a tough tak, but powered edgers can be ‘too much,’ for some people. If you are considering a a manual edger – Look for a good straight edge shovel with a sharp and long lasting edge blade.
3.  Hedge Trimmers
1. Power Sources:
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Gasoline
1d. Manual
11. Interchangeable Battery Packs
Battery Packs
Battery Chargers
4. Leaf Blowers And Vacuums: Personal Favorite Recommendation – Backpack Blower for weight, comfort and handling ease-Ours is nearly 6-years-old and still one of the most loved garden power tools we own.
1. Power Sources:
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Gasoline
2. Air Speed:
2a. Under 130 MPH
2b. 130 To 149 MPH
2c. 150 To 169 MPH
2d. 170 To 199 MPH
2e. 200 To 229 MPH
2f. 230 MPH And More
12. Log Splitters
1. Power Sources:
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Gasoline
1d. Manual
2. Weight Capacity:
2a. Under 5 Ton
2b. 5 To 7 Ton
2c. 8 To 11 Ton
2d. 12 to 20 Ton
2e. 21 to 24 Ton
2f. 25 To 29 Ton
2g. 30 Ton And Above
5. Pole Saws
1. Power Sources:
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Gasoline
2. Size:
2a. 7.7 And 8 Foot
2b. 9.6 And 9 Foot
2c. 10 Foot
2d. 11 Foot
2e 12 Foot
13. Metal Detectors
1. Power Sources:
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Manual
6. Pressure Washers
1. Power Sources:
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Gasoline
1c. Manual
2. Pressure:
2a. Under 1700 PSI
2b. 1700 To 1999 PSI
2c. 2000 To 2599 PSI
2d. 2600 To 2799 PSI
2e. 2800 To 3099 PSI
2f. 3100 To 3999 PSI
2g. 4000 PSI And Above
14. Tillers
1. Power Sources:
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Gasoline
7. Weed Torches
1. Power Sources:
1a. Gasoline
15. Wood Chippers-Shredders-Mulchers
1. Power Sources:
1a. Battery
1b. Corded Electric
1c. Gasoline
1d. Manual
8. Replacement Parts And Accessories 16. Garden Hand Tools