People with gardens end up with a lot of gardening tools. Some of them are just large pieces of metal with no particular aesthetic style; all you want to do is throw them in your shed when they’re not in use.
Thankfully, companies are now creating aesthetically pleasing gardening tools that you’ll want to display as a way to highlight your hobby. From shovels to shears, to baskets and kneelers, designs of gardening tools are more intentional so you can keep them on display when they’re not in use.
We rounded up 14 of our favorite gardening tools too pretty to be stored in a shed that are sure to get you excited to fix up your garden for spring.
McGee & Co. Brass Garden Tags (Set of 4)
These beautiful garden tags are perfect to help you label your herb garden. They'd still look pretty in a little glass on a table when they're not in use. You can write the herb or plant names on the seagrass label and wipe them clean with a soft cloth.
McGee & Co. Rattan Gardening Tray
Use this rattan tray for your garden harvests or to collect scraps while cutting back flowers. It’s a true statement piece and will look stunning as a centerpiece when not in use. It’s a functional gardening tool that is truly too pretty to be stored away.
McGee & Co. Gardening Shears
Simple and classic, these gardening shears are great for trimming plants and sleek enough to be displayed on a pegboard in your kitchen or mudroom. They’re metal and almost look like they could be vintage.
Niwaki Golden Spade
If you love to dig up your gardening beds and don’t want to kneel down to do it, this golden spade will be a great option. It’s very light, really strong, and sharp. It’s also possibly the prettiest shovel we've ever seen and worthy of a place of honor in your planting shed.
The Floral Society Japanese Snips
These handmade Japanese snips are the perfect tool for trimming back plants, deadheading flowers, and snipping herbs. They’re small so they’re easy to direct and cut only the things you want. Plus, they’re so cute you’ll want to keep them on display when you’re not using them.
The Floral Society Cape Cod Weeder
Loosen roots with this weeder and prepare the soil with ease. The Cape Cod weeder is made of sustainable wood and tempered steel and has a visually intriguing design that you won’t want to hide away.
The Floral Society Canvas Half Wall Organizer
Because you have so many gorgeous gardening tools, you need a place to store them out in the open — but in an organized way. This half-wall organizer has 20 compartments to fit tools, seed packets, and more.
Earth & Nest Secateurs Wood Handle
These unique secateurs are both useful and pretty. They’re made of stainless steel and have a wooden handle that makes these secateurs perfect for any cottagecore fan.
Earth & Nest Nail Brush Gardener
Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty, because you can clean them up with this nail brush. Made with short bristles and wood, it’s both beautiful and incredibly practical. Plus, it's FSC-certified for its sustainability.
Earth & Nest Seed Chute
Stop spreading seeds where you don't want them with this seed chute that makes it really easy to sow seeds and hit the mark. Properly spreading seeds out when you plant them means that you'll do less thinning later on. It’s made of natural beech wood.
Earth & Nest Waxed Canvas Log Flower Holder
If you love to plant flowers and fill your home with the blooms, this canvas bag will be your best friend. When it’s not in use you can hang it from a doorknob.
Earth & Nest Waxed Canvas Kneeler
A kneeler is a gardening necessity to protect your knees. This one, made with waxed canvas and a leather handle, should last for years and years. It even has a pocket where you can store your gardening gloves. Hang it on the wall when you’re not using it.
Niwaki Garden Shears
Use these shears for pruning small trees, hedges, shrubs, and more. They’re made of steel and have oak handles and a leather case for the clippers when not in use. It's a staple for any gardening kit.
Niwaki Bamboo Hand Rake
A bamboo hand rake is a traditional Japanese gardening tool used for grabbing leaves and debris when you’re gardening in a small area. The craftsmanship is so beautiful it's almost like a small sculpture.