Gifts for guys are hard. I get it. So I’ve made things as easy as possible for you. Here is a list of the top five gifts that I think any Dad that loves gardening would be honored to receive.
For the Weeder:
Besides looking bad, weeds are fierce competitors for essential sunlight, nutrients and moisture. The Weasel Weed Popper Step & Twist makes it easy to remove many weeds, including dandelions, by using its unique plug-ejecting feature. Simply push the tines onto the weed, press down with your foot, twist the handles, and pop out the weed instantly, roots and all – with no chemical treatments!
For the Clean Shaven:
Want your man to smell like Bourbon Cedar? That’s a silly question…who wouldn’t. This conditioning shave cream from Olivina gives skin extra attention with a blend of caffeine and antioxidant-rich yerba mate, organic hemp seed oil and bisabolol. It helps ward of nicks and bumps, redness and dryness for a clean, comfortable shave.
This bundle contains everything a man needs for a next-level shave experience. It’s also a great way to try a few of our products for a little cheaper than buying them all individually!
For the Botanist:
Slow infused soothing herbal salve for more than just dry skin with antimicrobial essential oils of rosemary, thuja (cedar leaf) and tea tree. Perfect for use after a hard day of work or play as an intensive hand salve, foot cream, first aid ointment on scrapes, scars, bites, mild burns, sunburns. Keep our handy 1 oz jar nearby and you will discover that it truly is All Purpose.
For the Bird Lover:
This is a revolutionary, patented hummingbird feeder with 22 feeding ports angled for optimal nectar access. It is expertly designed to attract more hummers with the cutting-edge horizontal feeder orientation. Optimal port spacing to maximize side-by-side feeding and easy to fill plus clean.
For the Control Freak:
Here’s a handy keep-in-your-pocket tool. Snip, it’s a flower shear — flip, it’s a pruner that cuts branches and stems up to a half-inch in diameter. Handy for dead-heading and harvesting flowers and pruning small branches. In hard-to-lose green.