Have you scoured the aisles of your local garden center looking for a unique gift for your favorite gardener and come up short? Let your fingers do the walking instead by checking out these great gift ideas that you can order online!

1. Rose Gloves

rose gardening gloves

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These durable yet flexible gloves will be your gardener’s new best friend. They feature an extra-long length to shield both hands and arms from thorns, insects, and dirt, and they have padded palms for even more protection.

Sized XS to XL for women, these gloves are made of tough synthetic suede that remains flexible even after machine washing. And you can’t beat the cheery red and green colors for Christmas gift giving!

$36.95 at Gardeners.com.

2. Bunny Family Garden Sculptures

Bunny lawn ornaments

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Every gardener knows what devastation bunnies can do to a vegetable crop, but trust me; everyone will want these long-eared cuties in their garden. These sculptures feature a family of five bunnies, handmade from durable and weather-resistant steel, that can be arranged according to preference to add some whimsy to the garden decor.

$45.00 at UncommonGoods.com

3. Free Weeds Sign

Free Weeds sign

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When the weeds seem to be springing up overnight next spring and summer, your gardener friend will appreciate the humor behind this wooden outdoor sign. This handmade “Free Weeds Pull Your Own” sign features a keyhole mounting and a protective coating to weather the seasons. You can also choose from a variety of colors and font sizes to make it fit with any garden and home decor.

$19.95 on Etsy.

4. Potting Cupboard

Pottery cupboard

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Gardeners love having their tools handy, and this cute little cupboard will save your friend from many trips back and forth to the garage or shed. The door opens flat to serve as a potting station or as a spot place to store tools, gloves, markers, or even a cold drink. It can be mounted on a wall, placed on a potting bench, or placed in the garden using a metal stand (sold separately).

$125.00 or two or more for $119.00 each at Gardeners.com.

5. “Weapons of Mass Production” T-shirt

Funny gray t-shirt

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Celebrate the power of the gardener with this fun T-shirt. Made of a preshrunk 90 percent cotton/10 percent polyester blend, it's available in children’s, adult’s, and ladies’ styles and sizes.

$21.99 and up on Etsy.

6. Hen & Chick Growing Kit

Hen and chick succulents

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This whimsical pair of planters comes with easy to care for “hen and chick” succulent plants. They make a great addition to a sunny windowsill!

$59.95 at Houzz.com.

7. Funky Veggie Kit

Funky veggie kit

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Here’s something for the gardener who seemingly has everything! This gift box has all the supplies you need to grow purple carrots, red Brussels sprouts, striped tomatoes, yellow zucchini, and multi-colored Swiss chard.

On sale for $18.99 on Amazon.

8. Honey Badger Garden Gloves

Honey badger gloves

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You can dig and plant to your heart’s content with these cool gardening gloves. Made of a breathable, comfortable fabric, these gloves feature fun sets of claws on both hands that are great for all kinds of light chores, such as digging, cultivating, and planting bulbs and plants.

On sale for $22.95 on Amazon.

9. EcoFarms Wildflower Seeds Kit

Wildflower seed kit

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Give the gift of beauty with this collection of more than 50 wildflower varieties. The hand-picked seeds have a high germination rate and include daisies, zinnias, cosmos, and other colorful annuals and perennials.

On sale for $21.88 on Amazon.

10. Keep Calm and Garden On Mug

Two-tone coffee mug

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Give the gardener in your life their new favorite coffee mug. The cup is ceramic with “Keep Calm and Garden On" printed on both sides. It comes in both 11- and 15-ounce sizes as well as a selection of two-toned designs.

$8.50 and up at Amazon.

‘Tis the season for honoring a green-thumbed friend with one of these gift ideas. Or maybe yourself? We won’t tell.