Among the best things about spring is planning and planting a beautiful, bountiful garden. Among the worst things about a garden is the burden of extra chores it adds to the day.
These self-watering stackable planters incorporate a concealed reservoir that conveys water to each bin like a Roman aqueduct. Simply click the modular planters into position, then pour water through one of the watering holes. The liquid flows to all five containers via a system of concealed pipes, ensuring flowers, vegetables, and herbs have access to water whenever needed, while sealing out debris and mosquitoes. Consider this set for a unique gift for Mother’s Day, too.
The Hammacher Schlemmer Institute tested leading sprinklers. This lawn and garden sprinkler earned The Best rating because it watered the largest area, which means less time for you spent moving it around. It’s the easiest to connect, thanks to a specially designed adapter that attaches to a hose and simply plugs into the sprinkler, eliminating tedious twisting. This sprinkler also features a mechanical timer that automatically turns it off after five minutes to two hours of watering.
This battery-powered wheelbarrow provides effortless transport of up to 220 lbs. of soil, mulch, or firewood. It uses a Lithium battery-powered motor operated by a convenient handlebar throttle, with controls to select a speed and choose a direction. A two-hour charge of its battery provides up to 45 minutes of hauling power.
Spending time among the sights, sounds, and scents of a garden can reduce stress and promote relaxation. Add these unique gifts to your tool shed and get the most out of your green oasis…and your summer.