Father’s Day is coming up, and so I’ve started looking for gifts for the hubby. And there is absolutely nothing I love more than gardening themed gifts!
I wrote a post about gardening themed gifts for Mother’s Day and I thought it would be fun to write another one for all of the dads out there. So here are my favorite gardening themed Father’s Day gifts!
I love any DIY project, especially if it is gardening related! This DIY project is super easy and it could be pretty much free if you have any extra pallet wood laying around.
I love using pallets, so this project is exactly what I want to make for this Father’s Day. All you need are a couple of spare boards that you can nail together and some hooks to hang those spare garden tools on. Plus, you’re giving your husband a gift and helping him to be more organized at the same time. That’s a win-win situation, right there.
Gardening Tool Belt
Ok, so I’ll admit the first time I saw this DIY gardening tool belt I thought of a fanny pack. But, there’s nothing cooler than a gardening themed fanny pack, am I right?
Seriously though, I love this tool belt because it is so handy to be able to have somewhere to put all of the tools you could possibly need for a day spent gardening. All you need for this project is a small amount of fabric and an old belt. Get more detailed instructions here
Ok so even the best gardener needs to take a break every once in awhile. So I love the idea of giving dad a hammock that he can use to take an amazing midday nap! I love these hammocks because they can be easily stored and cleaned!
I love this DIY camping stool idea! I love the classic, old-fashioned camping stools because they are so useful! You can use them for sitting around the campfire or somewhere to sit while you are weeding! I love this project because it’s simple and inexpensive!
Or if you aren’t into making things yourself check out these awesome camping stools on Amazon!
Gardening Gift Baskets
So I love gardening gift baskets! They are so fun! This basket is made out of a gardening hose which is great! Here’s a tutorial on how to make a basket out of a gardening hose. You can make the basket and then fill it with seed packets, gardening tools, or gardening gloves! This is a quick and easy DIY gift that any dad will love!
Rock garden markers
I love these cute DIY rock garden markers! All you need to do is to head out to the garden and find some rocks and pull out your craft paint and you’re good to go!
Do you have a stubborn husband or dad who doesn’t want you to buy them a gift? I definitely do. That’s why I love this printable planting calendar! This would be a quick (and free) gift for dad to help him keep track of when he needs to plant seeds! It’s useful and won’t break the bank.
DIY Vertical Herb Garden
So I love the gorgeous “herb gardens” you see at the store and online, but I am definitely not willing to fork out several hundred dollars to buy one. So I love that this project is DIY!
Ok so this project is a little bit more time intensive (and by a little bit I really mean A LOT) But I love that this project creates a beautiful (albeit large) herb garden that is well designed! This would be an awesome Father’s Day gift! Check out the full tutorial here
DIY Herb Planter
So I love herbs if you can’t tell. This tutorial is a simpler, less time consuming project for those of you who aren’t willing to put hours of work into a Father’s Day gift (I’m not judging I probably won’t spend that long either). All you need for this project is 5 different pots or containers that you stack on top of eachother. Check out the tutorial here
DIY Gardening Glove Rack
This gardening glove rack is a simple DIY project that you can make for Father’s Day. All the project requires is a piece of plywood, twine, and some clips! It’s a simple and fun gift for any gardener!
Do you have any more gardening themed gift ideas for Father’s Day! Share them with me in the comments below!
Maat van Uitert is a backyard chicken and sustainable living expert. She is also the author of Chickens: Naturally Raising A Sustainable Flock, which was a best seller in it’s Amazon category. Maat has been featured on NBC, CBS, AOL Finance, Community Chickens, the Huffington Post, Chickens magazine, Backyard Poultry, and Countryside Magazine. She lives on her farm in Southeast Missouri with her husband, two children, and about a million chickens and ducks. You can follow Maat on Facebook here and Instagram here.