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[Tomato Dirt #244] Gifts for Gardeners, Part 3: A Gift Guide for the Gardener’s in Your Life
December 02, 2021
Tomato Dirt Newsletter
It’s time to get your holiday shopping done. And there are fellow gardeners who can help.
Our good friends at Gardener’s Supply are cleaning out their garden shed inventory with clearance items in their Gardening Outlet, Kitchen & Home Outlet, Indoor/Outdoor Living Outlet, and even Clothing & Footwear Outlet.
You can get 35% or more off on garden supplies, kitchen and home, pots and planters, tools, gifts, trellises, raised beds … and more.
It’s a great time to restock your supplies or replace your tools. Browse here.
You might even find some gifts to purchase for the upcoming holiday season.
The clearance outlet stock changes from day to day as items are added. Check now and check back later, too. Browse the deals!
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1. Compost tumbler. A rotating drum set up to allow the entire container to be turned, a compost tumbler allows the gardener to make “black gold” from kitchen scraps and garden refuse to improve their soil, but eliminates the laborious task of turning the compost pile. Tumblers come in all sizes. Most are portable. (More about compost tumblers.)
2. Self-watering tomato planter. This nifty set-up
all but takes away the main obstacle to growing tomatoes successfully in containers: watering. Good planter kits come with everything a gardener needs to grow tomatoes (except tomato plants), including potting mix, support cages, and even casters for mobility. (Read a review.)
3. Tomato grow light system. It’s an ideal gift for the gardener who wants to start her own tomato plants from seeds. Choose from 4 types of systems to fit the gardener’s needs: tabletop systems, freestanding structures, modular units, and shelving. (More about the 4 types) …
Check out the rest of the list of great gifts for gardeners …
… and get more fun ideas on our Tomato Toolz Pinterest Board.
You’ll be able to diagnose pest and disease problems using step by step priceless information, illustrated with 260 full color photos.
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Get more tips for growing tomatoes on our Tomato Growing Tips Pinterest board.
It’s autumn. And that’s a perfect time to build the shed you’ve been dreaming about.
And now you can get Ryan’s Shed Plans at a special discount. (Check it out here.)
Ryan Henderson has taught more than 4,000 people to build professional looking sheds. He has even taught absolute newbies – those without ANY experience at all.
Each of his plans includes a complete materials list, step-by-step directions, and photos and instructions. No extra trips to Home Depot or Lowe’s. You won’t be guessing whether you’ve got it right not.
Why not take time this fall to build the shed you’ve wanted and needed … and save a bundle in the process?
Check out Ryan’s Shed Plans here.
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