Top Ten Cool Gardening Tools and Gadgets


Yes, it’s about that time of the year again to get down and dirty in your yard! Aside from the stunning aesthetic appeal gardening can add to your home it’s also found to be a relaxing hobby.
As I’m very much somebody for incorporating technology into every sector of one’s life, I’ve made a top ten list with the most (affordable) cool and tech-savvy products the free market has to offer. Here are the top ten cool gardening gadgets that will plug your garden into the grid!


10) 2 Pairs Garden Genie Gloves with Claws on Right Hands: Great for digging in the garden and pretending to be Edward Scissorhands!

Fully water-proof so you can get down and dirty without getting all that dirty. They’re highly rated and this particular set has two pairs for the price of one!


9. SCHOME Small Scarecrow Fake Owl Decoy – Garden Defense Owl: An intimidating, chemical-free way to keep pests away from your vegetables!

Scare away rodents, rabbits, squirrels and other small mammals with this decoy owl. They recommend placing this tootsie-pop eating bugger on top of a pole for best results!


8) Lawn Aerator Foot Set: “Walk your way to a greener, healthier lawn.”

Aerate your lawn simply by strapping these fashionable shoe strap-ons and going for a jaunt around your yard. Best if used while spreading grass seed during aeration!


7.  Garden Cart Rolling Work Seat With Tool Tray: A handy rolling seat so your back-breaking labor of love doesn’t actually break your back.


Solid steel construction that will support up to 300 lbs. and four ten inch wheels for easy off-road rolling. The steel axles make maneuvering around any shape of garden easy and the additional tool tray will hold all of tools of the trade. 

6. Elucto Electric Bug Zapper Fly Swatter Zap Mosquito: Never has wreaking death and destruction upon an entire mosquito generation been so cool!

This may look like your run of the mill toy tennis racket, but looks can be deceiving. It’s actually a 2200 volt mosquito zapper. Chemical free so it’s eco-friendly and runs on two AA batteries.

Great little toy to bring out at a neighborhood BBQ to show the Jones’ who has the coolest fly swatter!



5. La Crosse Technology Wireless Rain Gauge Weather Station: Keep track of how much rain is falling on your rhododendrons

Keep the monitor anywhere in your house so you know if your plants need some extra watering after a rain storm or can hold off another day without a drink!


4. Expanding Garden Hose: Save space and let the power of water expand this hose to the appropriate size!

Watch as a 25-ft hose magically becomes a 50-ft hose just by turning on the water! The pipe, brass connectors, valve, nozzle and spray are made with durable premium materials and fabric. They will not rust, leak, tear, rip or crack, and are designed to be long lasting.


3. Smart Indoor/Outdoor 6-Station WiFi Sprinkler System Controller: Water your lawn from your computer, smartphone, tablet or Alexa!

Weather Sense technology provides watering based on site conditions such as slope, soil type, sun/shade, historical ET and live weather feeds. It automatically adjusts your controller to deliver the right amount of water to your plants.

If AI takes over the world, they now have a means of over-watering your food supply… bummer.


2. Flower Care 2 – Smart Plant Monitor: This little guy has real time plant fertility and moisture sensors – Compatible iOS & Android.

Read and analyze sun light, moisture, temperature and fertilizer. Basically, it will send your smartphone a message whenever your plant needs a little TLC. Very cool technology that’s saving thousands of plant’s lives.


1. WORX WG794 Landroid Pre-Programmed Robotic Lawn Mower with Rain SensorRobot lawn mower! Who likes to mow lawns anyway?

Yes, that summer chore most will pay somebody else to do. This little gift from the future can cut a quarter acre and in case of rain will automatically return to it’s charging base, neat!

Shock sensors will mow around obstacles and has the ability to mow up inclines and down declines up to -20 degrees.

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