Last Updated on March 19, 2021 by admin

Discover the highlights of our NY Post Store, from our partner StackCommerce. NY Post may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you buy through our links.

Spring is in the air, and you’re itching to plant all the flowers, herbs, and veggies. Instead of buying them at the farmer’s market or grocery store this year, you’d rather plant them yourself. You find the whole routine of planting seeds, watering your plants or garden, and enjoying the maturity progress of your plants relaxing. We’ve rounded up 17 gardening tools and items to help your garden grow inside or outside.

Zen Garden Spiritual Healing House Plants Grow Kit, on sale for $20.99 (4% off)

Grow jasmine, sage, eucalyptus, snake plant, and lavender all from seedlings with this Zen Grow Kit. It’s the best way to add a sense of zen to your living space. Each plant has a specific benefit that will contribute to a healthy home environment.

AquaSprouts Garden, on sale for $149.98 (16% off)

This garden can become a self-sustaining ecosystem where you can grow plants, fruits, and vegetables. It’s compatible with a 10-gallon aquarium (not included) where the fish in the aquarium can feed the plants and the plants can keep the fish’s water clean.

AquaSprouts Fountain: Aquaponics Water Garden, on sale for $127.98 (19% off)

The grow bed and 6-gallon fountain reservoir can be used as an aquaponic or hydroponic system where you can grow herbs, vegetables, small fruits, and house plants year-round. The sound of the water trickling from the stone will add a nice, relaxing sound to your home as a bonus!

Thai Kitchen & Garden Shears, on sale for $34.99 (7% off)

These sharp stainless steel garden shears are made with Pradu wood handles and can be used for gardening or kitchen prep. Now, you can enjoy the delicious taste of fresh herbs, thanks to these nifty shears.

Ionian Hydroponics: Water Garden, on sale for $32.95 (17% off)

No daily watering or fertilizing is required when you have this gorgeous modern-style planter. This unique planter exposes the root of your plant and allows it to absorb nutrients without the use of soil. Grow anything from flowers, herbs, and veggies whenever you want.

The Green Thumb Gardening Bundle, on sale for $19.99 (98% off)

Learn how to garden like an expert with 6 simple courses. This bundle teaches you the how-to’s for everything from grass care, backyard planters, pruning and training, ornamental plant propagation, bumper gardens, and hand-drawn plants.

VeggieGrow Garden in a Bag (Orange), on sale for $15.99 (60% off)

This double-layered, rugged, yet flexible-fabric grow-bag creates a sustainable environment for your potatoes, carrots, onions, and other veggies. It’s suitable for indoor or outdoor planting and can be folded flat when not in use. The window is prime for checking on your plant’s growth and maturity status without damaging it.

Flexi Hose Expandable Garden Hose & Nozzle, on sale for $44.99 (10% off)

This flexible garden hose automatically expands by three times its original length as soon as you turn on the water. It has an eight-pattern rotating hose spray nozzle and can withstand up to 12 bars of water pressure.

Signature Garden Solar Garden Lights (6-Pack), on sale for $44.99 (10%)

Decorate your garden, pathway, or yard with these solar lights that charge during the day and light up at night. Each light is wireless, water-resistant, and puts out 15 lumens.

Signature Garden Heavy-Duty Spray Nozzle, on sale for $20.99 (8%)

With eight flow patterns and adjustable flow control, this spray nozzle will get the job done when it comes to hydrating your garden. It has an ergonomic design with a cushioned handle so you can comfortably water your garden for any length of time.

Sunflower Grow Kit, on sale for $21.99 (8% off)

With this kit, you can grow five different species of sunflowers (black oil, teddy bear, velvet queen, chocolate cherry, and lemon queen). It comes with five packs of seeds, five plant markers, five coir soil discs, and five growing cups so you can grow the healthiest, most gorgeous sunflowers possible.

Trinidad Moruga Scorpion & Chocolate Habanero Chili Grow Kit, on sale for $17.99 (10% off)

If you like hot peppers, then you’ll love this pepper-growing kit. The included peat pots and coir soil disks will help you grow the hottest, rarest peppers in the world!

Venus Flytrap Seeds Growing Kit, on sale for $19.99 (8% off)

If you like the idea of a plant-catching insect, then a venus fly trap is for you. This kit will help you grow healthy, beautiful fly traps. You’ll get two growing cups, two soil discs, two germination lids, and two plant markers.

Windowsill Garden Herb Kit, on sale for $37.99 (5% off)

This kit will help you grow ten herbs that you can use to heighten the taste in your meals and beverages. It comes with basil, parsley, oregano, cilantro, arugula, dill, chervil, fennel, chives, and garlic chives. You’ll get all you need to grow the most delicious home-grown herbs on the block!

Carolina Reaper & Ghost Pepper Chili Grow Kit, on sale for $17.99 (10% off)

Grow the world’s hottest pepper, a.k.a. the Carolina Reaper, and ghost pepper chili right at home with this growing kit. You’ll get peat pots, plant markers, and soil discs so you can grow a healthy, hot pepper and make everyone’s mouth (and eyes) water!

Culinary Herb Garden Kit, on sale for $21.99 (12% off)

You can never have too many herbs in the house. This kit will help you grow basil, parsley, oregano, cilantro, arugula, dill, chervil, fennel, chives, and garlic chives that will help make any meal or drink extra flavorful. You’ll get ten packets of high-quality seeds, ten coco soil discs, ten growing cups, and ten plant markers.

Masterclass 5-Vegetable Grow Kit, on sale for $21.99 (12% off)

Become a veggie-growing expert with this vegetable kit that helps you grow carrots, squash zucchini, rainbow chard, tomatoes, and Brussel sprouts. This kit includes growing pots, coco soil discs, and plant markers so you can grow tasty, nutritious vegetables at home.

Read the original post on nypost.com

More: