Nine of our favorite gardening gifts for every budget—all under $100.

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Need something special for that gardener in your life? Gardening is a very utilitarian hobby, and things get, well, dirty. But that doesn't mean you can't have beautiful tools to make the experience more enjoyable. These thoughtful gifts-think a gorgeous brass watering can or a special lotion for hardworking hands-help elevate the everyday experience of growing your own food.

Row 7 Vegetable Seeds, $5

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For the gardener who has everything, seeds are always an option. Seek out interesting vegetable seeds and heirloom varieties that you might not find at any old garden center. Row 7 Seeds offers experimental organic vegetable varieties, such as a mini butternut squash called 898 Squash and Habanada Pepper, a sweet pepper that tastes like a habanero, without the heat.

Seed Storage Tin, $38

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Every gardener will love this stylish tin to organize her seed collection. The sturdy design is made from powder-coated steel with leather handles. Fill it with seed packets before you wrap it, for an extra surprise inside.

Chef'n Microgreens Growing Kit, $30

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Fresh greens are within reach all year long with this indoor gardening kit by Chef'n. It's the gift you can grow!

Maple Garden Carryall, $68

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This sturdy carryall basket is just the thing for toting your garden harvest to the kitchen.

Chasworth Farm Hand Repair Cream, $12

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Every gardener needs a go-to repair cream to sooth hardworking hands. This super-rich moisturizer is made from natural ingredients and soothes chapped skin without feeling greasy.

Modern Sprout Growbar Growing Light, $99

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With this full-spectrum LED grow light, you can grow an indoor herb garden in your kitchen year-round. The kit includes hardware options for hanging and mounting to accommodate different locations.

Opinel Hand Pruners, $59

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These sturdy hand pruners from French knife maker Opinel are made to last.

Achla Designs Brass Watering Can, $42


This watering can is the perfect size for an indoor garden and is a beautiful object to leave out on display.

Simon Pearce Apprentice Bud Vase, $45

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Nature lovers will appreciate these beautifully simple bud vases made from hand-blown glass. Just like the blooms that they hold, each handcrafted design is unique-no two pieces are the same.

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