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1. Watering can by Burgon and Ball
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2. Twine stand by Creamore Mill
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3. Camellia oil by Niwaki

1.

Watering can

by Burgon and Ball

This sturdy five-litre can is made from galvanised steel and finished with a tough powder coating. It comes with a removable, screw-on rose to cover bigger beds more evenly.
burgonandball.com

2.

Twine stand

by Creamore Mill

Fashioned by hand in a wood-turning workshop in the UK, this oak design has a built-in blade to cut lengths easily.
creamore.co.uk

3.

Camellia oil

by Niwaki

Made from the seeds of camellia oleifera, this cold-pressed white mineral oil is used widely in Japan for protecting tools from rust. Use it for cleaning your shears and it will form a protective coating.

niwaki.com

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4. Trowel by Niwaki
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5. Dibber by Creamore Mill
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6. Bulb planter by Sneeboer
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7. Secateurs by Gardena
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8. Labels by Burgon and Ball

4.

Trowel

by Niwaki

Made by a father and son in Niigata, Japan, Niwaki’s sturdy trowel is designed for precision planting.
niwaki.com

5.

Dibber

by Creamore Mill

This large, tapered dibber comes complete with graduations for planting seedlings or bulbs at exactly the right depth.
creamore.co.uk

6.

Bulb planter

by Sneeboer

Shove bulbs into beds with ease using Sneeboer’s handy stainless-steel number. The company’s gardening tools are all hand-forged by craftspeople in the Dutch town of Bovenkarspel.
sneeboer.com

7.

Secateurs

by Gardena

Gardena’s designs are recognisable for their bright- blue hues. These ergonomic snippers are made in Germany and the team is so certain of their quality that every product comes with a 25-year warranty.
gardena.com

8.

Labels

by Burgon and Ball

These colourful wooden markers will help you tell your clematis from your calendula. The pack comes with a handy pencil so you can mark on the names in your best handwriting.
burgonandball.com

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9. Trug by Labour and Wait
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10. Gloves by Spear and Jackson
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11. Plant food by Botanopia

9.

Trug

by Labour and Wait

This London shop specialises in practical, well-designed hardware. The trug is no exception: its wooden-handled, lightweight design is good for hauling your pickings indoors.
labourandwait.co.uk

10.

Gloves

by Spear and Jackson

Thesegloves are part of a collaboration with London’s Kew Gardens. Comfortable and durable, they’ll protect you from even the thorniest rose bush.

spear-and-jackson.com

11.

Plant food

by Botanopia

Keep your greenery lush with this organic plant food, made from beet vinasse. Dilute before sprinkling over your plants to encourage healthy growth.

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12. Trowel by Sneeboer
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13. Seeds by Botanique
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14. Seeds by Labour and Wait
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15. Avocado pit by Botanopia
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16. Kneeler by Garden Trading

botanopia.com

12.

Trowel

by Sneeboer

This fetching trowel has a sharp, stainless-steel head that cuts through soil like a hot knife through butter.
sneeboer.com

13.

Seeds

by Botanique

Florist and gardening shop Botanique is based in London and it’s there that its seeds are packed by hand. The kitchen garden selection includes chilli, mint, basil and thyme.
botaniqueworkshop.com

14.

Seeds

by Labour and Wait

Grow your own vegetables with these Culinary Quirks seeds from Labour and Wait. The box’s varieties include asparagus pea, jersey tree cabbage and drunken woman lettuce.
labourandwait.co.uk

15.

Avocado pit

by Botanopia

This Dutch start-up provides germinated seeds and pits to make it easier for you to grow your own vegetables. The avocado pits have been soaked, peeled and set in a warm spot to germinate.
botanopia.com

16.

Kneeler

by Garden Trading

Keep your knees nice and comfortable while you tend to your patch with this cushioned canvas kneeler from Garden Trading. The brand was founded in 1994 and all of its products are designed in a UK studio.
gardentrading.co.uk

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