Festive Gift Guide
Gift giving is about sharing your appreciation for your friends and family. Here are some gardening related gift ideas for this festive season.
A new spin on the old wheelbarrow, finally! It’s space-saving, light yet strong, and very user-friendly. The Homebarrow has replaced the heavy old-school one and has made life in the garden a whole lot easier. Designed and developed in South Africa, it’s ergonomic, has a cleverly designed swivel-wheel steering mechanism, and when you’re finished using it, it simply hangs up on your wall or is flat-packed out of the way.
Rolux Magnum Electric Lawnmower
This electric lawnmower is everything you’d expect from a Rolux Magnum – cost effective, durable and reliable. Built for life, a Rolux Magnum X is designed to give you the perfect cut every time, so you can do it right, right now! Find your Rolux at lifestyle centres, hardware retailers or online at www.rolux.co.za, as well as on Takealot.
Summer sun hats
Introducing the Fiona Fedora from the brand-new Emthunzini Hats Summer collection, available in stores and online at R749. Designed using our innovative Flexibraid material, the wide-brimmed Fiona Fedora is size adjustable, hand-washable, packable and travel-friendly, ready to protect your skin in style. Our CANSA-endorsed sun hats ensure that you can always carry the shade with you.
Living décor for your home and garden
Rare and Air has a great selection of gifts and décor for displaying your plants this festive season, such as glass baubles including airplants from R135, tillandsias, ornamental plants, accessories and advice on successful growing, delivered to your door. Readers can claim a 10% discount (excluding shipping) at checkout using the code GARDENER10.
Give a really useful gift
The STIHL GTA 26 cordless handheld pruner is versatile, compact and manoeuvrable, making it ideal for pruning, cutting up small branches, and even wood-based DIY projects and home upgrades. The powerful battery is interchangeable with the STIHL HSA 26 shears, for ultimate convenience. This year, give a useful gift that lasts.
Pretty and practical rustic seed feeders
A seed feeder with a ‘hat’ protects the seed from rainwater and allows you to feed less frequently. Opt for a mix of grains and seeds that include sunflower seeds as well as smaller grains to attract different birds, and suspend it from a branch or beam. All products are hand crafted in South Africa.
New summer eyewear
Execuspecs has launched the latest summer range of its exclusive Baker eyewear collection – just in time for some stylish, UV-protected holiday gardening! The Summer 2021 range boasts modern updates on muchloved shapes like cat eye, round and oversized, in mood-boosting colours and bold patterns. The sunglasses retail from R999 to R1799 and are now available in store or online.
One battery powers all
Power a range of BLACK+DECKER power tools, vacuums, and outdoor and garden equipment using the same interchangeable batteries and chargers with the 18V POWERCONNECT™ Battery System. From DIY projects to indoor cleaning and yard care, keep spare batteries charged and on-hand for the next task so you never have to skip a beat.
Stand a chance to WIN a Christmas gift from BLACK+DECKER. Let us help you power through chores quickly and efficiently during this festive season with our POWERCONNECT™ System, so you can enjoy time spent with loved ones. Enter the competition on our Facebook page.
Sheenagh Harris rose
Earlier this year, one of our great rose champions, Sheenagh Harris, had a rose named after her. This was in recognition for her work on behalf of roses, internationally as well as in South Africa. The rose was named by rose breeders Girija and Viru Viraraghavan, famous for their extensive rose collection and gardens in southern India. They have held every elected position possible in the Indian rose world and write extensively about roses. globally.
Sheenagh has been at the forefront of the rose community in South Africa, serving as the president of the World Federation of Rose Societies from 2009 – 2011, and has been involved in many local rose societies. She has received countless awards and organised many international congresses, all for the love of roses. Her achievements are many and her promotion of roses never-ending.
The ‘Sheenagh Harris’ rose has been described by the breeders as a free-form rose that has warm colours like those of evening, in a way reflecting the warm glow of Sheenagh’s personality.
New rose calendars are now available for 2022. Order from email@example.com.