The beginning of summer signifies warmer temperatures, longer days and extra time to participate in soul-serving hobbies such as gardening.
Whether you’re a novice plant parent or an experienced landscaper, having the right equipment is half the battle. Consider these beautifully designed pieces when planting your cucumbers, sunflowers and more this month.
At over 2 feet in diameter, this teak and metal planter will hold all your green-thumb desires in terms of flowers, plants or herbs. The teak keeps it weather-resistant, and it will patina to a nice finish. Grab two for a scene-stealing doorstep moment.
Sun protection can be chic, as this woven raffia visor from Lola Hats proves. A leather closure levels up this gardening essential that can double as a beach accessory. The closure opens up to allow the visor to lie completely flat, so you can travel with it or store it compactly.
Everything But Water
Inspired by a classic design found in the New York Botanical Gardens archives, this trough with trellis is a prize place to cultivate vines and flowers in your garden. It’s made of cast aluminum and has a hand-applied zinc finish to bring a touch of refined luxury to the piece. More of a houseplant aficionado? You can also use it indoors.
Frontgate Phipps Plaza
Try a pop of pink to match your roses with these sturdy but eye-catching clogs. Crafted in Scotland, these shoes featuring sealed rubber to make them the hardest-working pieces in your wardrobe. It doesn’t hurt that once you’re done playing in the dirt you can wear them out and about with just as much enthusiasm.
Make the chore of watering your plants a beautiful moment in your day with this modern, stainless steel watering can. The shape will make reaching hanging plants a cinch, and the narrow spout helps keep spills to a minimum. Plus, it looks good perched on a gardening bench.
STORY: Lauren Finney Harden
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