I’m no gardening expert by any means, but my time in quarantine has turned me into a gardening enthusiast. I’ve sown my first seeds! I look forward to getting dirt under my nails! If you’ve also gone full-on gardening nerd during this time spent at home, then this gardening shop is for you. — Alisha, Founder at GNI
I don't own these, but I wish I were cool enough to own these.
The long spout makes it ideal for hard-to-reach spots.
The most beautiful pots made from Italian terracotta clay.
The perfect size hose for patio gardens. Comes in cute colors, of course.
At first, I thought a garden apron was superfluous. Then, I realized it is genius. Carry your trowel, shears, seed packets, and more all in one.
All the basics you'd ever need to get started.
I see the garden apron and I raise you this...garden seat. A genius idea if your back isn't happy with all the crouching and kneeling.
Floret has some of the most beautiful flowers you can start from seed. I love these bright, lavender flowers.
A fool-proof approach to growing herbs indoors if you don't have a garden.
If you have more intense gardening needs, or a larger plot, this seems ideal to have.
Low light? No problem. Here's a stylish solution to installing a grow light indoors.
I love terracotta vases because they are earthen, meaning they are porous and thus won't leave your plant sitting in water. A drainage hole helps, too.
Not only an accessory but also a cute functional tool - tie it around your neck to save yourself from burns, or on your head to keep cool.
Gardening visors are cool, but have you tried a tie-dye bucket hat?
You gotta have a comfy jumpsuit to get down 'n' dirty in.
A vegan, clean, all-natural and DEET-free repellant. Chef's kiss.