20 Funny Gifts For Gardeners

You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for a gift for a gardener. Now is the time to think outside the box and find something personal and unique, like their home garden. For someone who already has a large collection of plants and planters, please don’t get them another boring plant or planter. Don’t buy them any more ugly gardening gloves, please.

There are many gift ideas available that will make your friend’s life easier if you’re shopping for someone who loves plants more than people, your mom who spends every Saturday in the garden, your sister who likes unique planters, or your co-worker who leaves detailed care instructions for their plants when they go on vacation. This list is chock full of gift ideas that anyone who loves plants will love.

Here are 20 Funny Gifts for Gardeners

1. Cute Sitting Plant Pot

Cute Sitting Plant Pot realistic

This cute sitting plant pot is a great way to make your home more comfortable and inviting. It’s also great to display plants in the house if you have any. This cute plant pot is made from recycled materials, including plastic bottles, metal cans, wood pallets, old tires, and other waste products.

The dimensions of this adorable plant pot are 8 inches tall by 10 inches wide and 12 inches deep. You can choose between two different colors, black or white.

2. Gardening Gloves with Nails

If your gardener is a man, then these gardening gloves with nails are perfect for him. They are designed so he won’t cut himself while working in his yard. These gloves feature an elastic wrist strap, which makes it easy to put them on and take them off.

3. Zero-Gravity Plant Growing System

Zero-Gravity Plant Growing System

The Zero Gravity Plant Grower is a growing system that provides the most efficient means to grow plants. The system uses gravity and air pressure to bring nutrients, water, light, and CO2 to your plants. It can be used with any plant or seedling (including seeds) and does not require electricity.

It has been designed to provide optimal conditions for plant growth, using minimal energy and space.

4. Solar Powered Planter Boxes

Solar power is one of the most environmentally friendly ways to power your outdoor lights because it doesn’t use fossil fuels. In addition, it can help save money over the long term.

5. Self Watering Flowerpot

Self-watering flower pots are ideal for gardens that need frequent watering but do not have access to a tap. This self-watering flowerpot allows you to water your flowers without leaving the house.

6. Garden Soap Dispenser

This soap dispenser helps you keep your garden smelling fresh all year round. It features a built-in timer and a removable spout for easy pouring.

7. Plant Protector

This handy insect-repellent spray protects your plants against insects, weather, and other hazards. It contains citronella oil, which repels insects and keeps mosquitoes away.

8. Sunflower Seed Sorter

Sunflower seeds are one of nature’s best sources of protein, vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids. This sorter is perfect for you if you want to give your gardener some sunflower seeds.

9. Mini Greenhouse Kit

A mini greenhouse kit is a great gift idea for anyone who wants to start their vegetable garden. It includes everything needed to set up a small greenhouse, such as a frame, roofing material, soil mixture, tools, lighting, and even a seed starter pack.

ItemDescriptionPrice Range
“Plant Whisperer” T-ShirtA humorous t-shirt with “Plant Whisperer” print for gardeners who talk to their plants.$15 – $25
Garden Gnome StatuesFunny garden gnome statues with quirky expressions and poses to add humor to the garden.$10 – $20
“I’m a Weeder” MugA coffee mug with the witty phrase “I’m a Weeder” and gardening-themed illustrations.$8 – $15
“Garden Therapy” BookA lighthearted book filled with gardening jokes, anecdotes, and therapeutic tips.$12 – $18
Planting Pun ApronA gardening apron featuring puns and plant-related humor, perfect for messy garden work.$15 – $25
“Garden Ninja” GlovesFun gardening gloves with ninja-inspired design, offering both protection and style.$10 – $20
Veggie-themed SocksColorful socks adorned with vegetables and witty phrases for a touch of humor.$5 – $12
“Garden Gnomes Attack” Board GameA board game where players defend their garden from mischievous gnomes in a comical battle.$20 – $30
“Gardeners Have Thyme” Wall ClockA wall clock with a punny “Gardeners Have Thyme” message to decorate the garden shed.$20 – $35
“I’m Just Here for the Plants” CapA humorous baseball cap for gardeners who prioritize their plants above all else.$10 – $18

10. Touch Sensitive Plants

The touch-sensitive plants are the plants that can sense the change in their environment and respond to that change. They have been used for many years as a tool to help people with physical disabilities. Still, they are now being used by businesses to provide an interface between humans and computers.

Touch-sensitive plants use pressure or vibration to detect changes in their environment and send signals to a computer via a sensor. This article will look at how touch-sensitive plants work, what types of sensors are available, and how they are being used today.

11. Zen Cat Garden Sculpture

The Zen Cat Garden Sculpture is a great addition to any garden or patio. This sculpture will help keep your cat entertained and happy for hours. The Zen Cat Garden Sculptures are made from durable cast stone, which makes them perfect for outdoor use. The sculptures come with an easy-to-use base that can be easily set into the ground. 

12. Garden Drip Irrigation System

Drip irrigation systems are becoming more popular every day. Not only do drip irrigation systems conserve water, but they also allow gardeners to water their plants exactly where they need it.

13. Velociraptor Garden Sculpture Set

This is a set of three Velociraptors made from recycled plastic bottles and painted with acrylics. Each piece stands approximately 12″ tall and is hand-painted by the artist. A great gift for any dinosaur lover.

14. Adult Venus Flytrap Carnivorous Plant

The adult carnivorous plant is a member of the family Solanaceae or nightshades. It has been called “the most beautiful flower in the world” and “one of nature’s most remarkable plants.” The flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) was named for its resemblance to the trap used by insects to catch their prey. In fact, it uses the same method of lure and capture.

15. Grow Your Herbs in Mason Jars

Mason jars make excellent planters because they are so sturdy yet light enough to move around the yard. You can fill them with potting mix and place them on a sunny windowsill to grow herbs like basil, oregano, and thyme.

16. Wearable Planter Necklace

This is a wearable planter necklace that you can wear every day to plant seeds and grow your own garden. It’s made from recycled plastic bottles and has a unique design with beads, stones, and other materials.

The necklaces are handmade in the USA using recycled plastic bottles as well as steel and copper.

17. Plant Personality Magnet Set

This set is designed to help you get in touch with your plant personality. It includes a magnet, stickers, and a card that will help you remember what the different personalities of plants are like. When you have time, take them out and place them around your house or garden so you can see how they react to their environment. You could also try planting some of these together as a group.

18. Octopus Garden Sculpture

The Octopi Garden is an outdoor sculpture garden in the heart of Downtown Disney. The garden was designed by artist David Best and featured a variety of sculptures, including large-scale works by artists such as Marc Davis and Mark Di Suvero.

The garden also includes two smaller gardens featuring smaller-scale sculptures, one dedicated to Disney characters and another dedicated to Disney film locations.

In addition to the sculptures, visitors can enjoy live music performances throughout the park, food trucks, and entertainment.

19. Copperhead Garden Snake showpiece

The Copperhead Garden Snake is a beautiful, large snake that is very easy to keep. They are docile and will not bite unless provoked or handled roughly. The copperhead is the most common venomous snake in North America and can be found throughout much of Canada and the United States. These snakes have dark greenish-brown scales with light spots on their backs. This will surely scare your neighbor.

20. Recycled Metal Giraffe Planter

The Greenway is a public park located in the heart of downtown St. Louis, Missouri. The park features walking paths, playgrounds, and beautiful gardens that the City of St. Louis Parks Department maintains.

This planter will be placed at one of the entrances to the park so visitors can enjoy this garden’s beauty while walking through the park.

Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs]

1. What Is The Meaning Of Gardner?

Gardner means a person who gardens. A gardener is someone who enjoys growing things, whether it’s flowers, vegetables, trees, or anything else. Gardening is a hobby that many people enjoy, but others do it professionally. Some people even go into horticulture (gardening) as a career.

2. How Old Does My Child Need To Be To Start Gardening?

There is no specific age limit. Children as young as three years old can begin learning about gardening and caring for plants. However, children should always be supervised outdoors and working with tools.

3. Can I Buy A Gift Certificate For A Child To Learn How To Garden?

Yes, we offer gift certificates for children. We recommend that parents purchase a gift certificate for themselves as well because children tend to want to give gifts to their parents.

4. Is Being A Gardener A Good Job?

A career as a gardener might be for you if you enjoy growing plants and being outdoors. A lot of people like gardening because of its flexible hours, the ability to work outdoors, and the knowledge that you’re helping plants thrive. It also gives you a chance to start your own business.

5. Do I Need To Know How To Garden Before I Start?

No, you don’t need to know how to grow a plant or care for a plant. All you really need is an interest in gardening and a desire to help plants flourish.


Making a gardener happy is a hard task. You need to do some little research and be a little thoughtful. However, we have done both for you. So, now you need to choose the perfect one and gift it to Gardner in your life.

About the Author

Virginia E. Hayes is a gardening enthusiast who loves to write about gardening tools, safety issues, and ways to keep gardens clean and safe. With her vast experience in gardening, she provides valuable insights and tips to help fellow gardening enthusiasts to enhance their gardening experience. Her passion for gardening and writing has made her a sought-after author in the gardening community.

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