15 Harvest-Themed Gifts for Vegetable Gardeners
Celebrate the harvest season. If you know someone who grows their own food, check out these fun gifts for vegetable gardeners.
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As summer begins to wind down, gardens explode with delicious vegetables. To share the joys of the harvest season, pick up these gifts for vegetable gardeners.
1. Veggie Wall Print
Dress up your kitchen or eating area with a gorgeous rainbow print with carrots in many colors! Veggies have never looked so good.
2. Garden Vegetable Soaps
These sweet veggie soaps look like seed packets; they would make great gifts for vegetable gardeners. We think they would look so cute by the kitchen sink, in your garden shed or the powder room.
3. Tomato Vine Candle
Some candles smell overly sweet, but this one features an earthy fragrance that will remind you of sunny summer days and juicy vine-ripened tomatoes.
4. Harvest Pumpkin Gnomes
These darling little garden gnomes would be a whimsical addition to any veggie patch or your Thanksgiving table.
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5. Fall Pumpkin Earrings
Even if you don’t grow your own veggies, you can still celebrate the harvest season and savor delicious fall flavors. Wear these earrings on your next coffee run or to the pumpkin patch trip with your kids.
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6. Veggie Greeting Cards
Tell your honey how much you love them in the punniest way possible—with veggies! Beautifully illustrated card designs will inspire you to grow (or eat) more vegetables, from radishes to beets.
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7. Harvest Book
Use your summer bounty in surprising ways with the ideas in Harvest: Unexpected Projects Using 47 Extraordinary Garden Plants by Stefani Bittner and Alethea Harampolis. From apricot facial masks to oregano flower-infused vinegar, there’s plenty to discover!
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8. Veggie Print Muck Boots
Mud is no match for these chic and functional garden boots. Plus, the harvest pattern is almost as pretty as your homegrown veggies.
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9. Personalized Harvest Basket
If you know someone (like me) who doesn’t have enough hands for their daily harvest, a personalized basket is the perfect gift for vegetable gardeners.
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10. Garden Patch Face Masks
Fruits, veggies, mushrooms, oh my! No matter what fresh foods you love to grow (or eat), there’s a fun garden patch printed face mask for you.
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11. Heirloom Gardening Overalls
These veggie-print overalls are absolutely adorable! We love the short length, so you won’t get overheated while harvesting your garden veggies.
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12. Ball Fresh Preserving Kit
If you’ve ever wanted to try canning salsas, pickles and fruits, this is your year! It comes with a 21-quart water bath canner, a canning rack and a set of four essential utensils, including a jar funnel and lid lifter. This fresh preserving kit is a one of our favorite gifts for vegetable gardeners that are just starting out.
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13. Vintage Seed Packet Dish Towel
There’s nothing like the taste of homegrown heirloom tomatoes! Now you can show off your tomato love all year long with this pretty printed dish towel.
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14. Never Stop Growing T-Shirt
Keep planting and growing throughout your life. It’s good advice for us all—and easier to do while you’re wearing a comfy gardening t-shirt.
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15. Vintage Seed Catalog Puzzle
Winter can be long for vegetable gardeners who long to get outside and dig in the dirt. Keep your brain busy as the snow flies with this charming vintage seed catalog puzzle. With 1,000 pieces, it should keep you busy until spring.
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