Products for the GardenFrom tools to furniture, these garden products are sure to delight
The Athena Collection from Summer Classics brings timeless beauty to any outdoor space. Choose from chairs, tables, sofas and more, all made of a durable, hand-woven resin wicker.
Barlow Tyrie's Avon range is made from first grade plantation grown teak that ages beautifully. With soft curves and clean lines, the collection puts a contemporary twist on classic garden furniture.
Landscape designer Nick Williams has partnered with furniture manufacturer Phillip Roth to develop a line of custom-crafted outdoor furniture that beckons you to sit down and put up your feet.
Add the timeless character of wood to your outdoor space with minimal effort. Here are eight of our current favorite wood accent tables and stools. Use them to hold drinks, or as extra seating.
Crafted by artisans in Tuscany's Impruneta, the terra cotta planters in the Boutique Collection from Seibert & Rice range from classic to contemporary styles. Choose from urns, vases, bowls and more.
Longshadow’s hand crafted planters will withstand decades of weathering. Their Prairie and Modern designs will complement both Arts & Crafts homes and contemporary dwellings.
Kimberlee Keswick's planter box collection now includes the Avondale. It may be inspired by the designs of 18th century cabinetmaker Thomas Chippendale, but the look is totally updated.
This line of planters from KuL Designs absorbs sunlight during the day and emits a soft glow at night without wires or outlets. Made from recycled bottles, these innovative planters are also eco-friendly.
While lists of must-have tools for gardeners exist, we went straight to the source and asked expert landscapers, horticulturalists, and nurserymen what they grab on their way out to the garden.
We’ve found some new watering favorites — elevated essentials that will bring a touch of design and style to the upcoming planting season. Includes high-quality hoses, watering cans and more.
Landscape designer Judy Kameon loves the lightweight Felco F600 Folding Saw. “Unlike loppers, which require so much squeezing to use, the saw is comfortable for someone with smaller paws,” she says.
Useful for digging, weeding, dividing, and even cutting through stubborn roots, every gardener's caddy should have a trowel. Here four gardeners recommend their favorite trowels and tell us why they love them.
Extend your growing season with a backyard greenhouse from Hartley Botanic. Handmade in England, they are available in sizes from small to large, and styles from classical to contemporary.
Available in natural wood or a low maintenance cellular PVC material, Walpole Outdoor’s arbors will enhance your garden with a new level of distinction. Choose from a wide selection of styles.
Need to build an outdoor office in a hurry? Call kitHAUS; their insulated, prefabricated structures feature a unique clamping system that allows them to be installed in just a few days.
ShadeFX offers retractable canopy systems that attach to pergolas and overhead frames of any design. The patented system allows for no-jam operation while providing the strength to withstand wind and rain.
Patterson Encaustic tile can be used both indoors and out. Whether gracing a kitchen floor, patio or pool waterline, every surface comes alive with pattern and color.
These easy-to-install, elegant and durable pavers from Stepstone, Inc. are available in 19 different sizes, a wide range of standard and custom colors, and four standard finishes.
Achieve the look of high-end stone or brick pavement at a lower cost with stamped concrete. Skilled contractors imprint patterns onto freshly placed concrete to provide lasting texture.
Peacock Pavers are remarkable replications of Old World stone handcrafted in architectural-grade concrete. They possess the beauty of travertine, but are more affordable.
Kitchens outfitted with equipment from Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet are acknowledged as the pinnacle of outdoor living. Their exclusive gas grill lets you burn wood and charcoal at the same time.
Still haunted by those exquisitely charred pies you lived on junior year abroad in Bologna? Now Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet has replicated the even heat of an Italian wood-burning pizza oven.
Elevate your outdoor entertaining with GE Monogram’s 30-inch Outdoor Cooking Center. The grill features 25,000-BTU stainless-steel burners, a ceramic-infrared rotisserie burner, a drop-n smoker box and much more.
Avaialble through Tuscan Imports, you can bake up to four pizzas at a time in this outdoor oven by venerable Italian maker Fontana Forni. The oven heats up in just 45 minutes.
Paloform’s collection of fire pits offers sculptural shapes in simple vessels for contemporary settings. Choose from designs made of either concrete or corten steel in bowl, square or linear shapes.
The Agio Balmoral Gas Fire Pit is a perfect way to enhance your backyard. Featuring all-weather porcelain tile reminiscent of Old World stone, this table looks stunning day and night.
The natural stone exterior of this fire pit from Cal Flame is both a beautiful and durable. The table top is covered with an outdoor-rated tile, while a log set and lava rocks complete the look.
Made from painted fiber-concrete and heavy gage steel, this fire pit from Real Flame looks like authentic hand chiseled limestone. Includes a 50,000 BTU linear burner that burns liquid propane.
LatticeStix designs and builds lattice in 100+ patterns for landscapes. Their lattice is built to last from sustainably grown western red cedar or mahogany using the beauty of traditional joinery.
Desert Steel Co. has created stunning steel succulents that require no water or maintenance. The surprisingly lifelike pieces are available in verdigris, rust and stainless finishes, and may be customized with extra arms and/or blooms.
Phantom Screens supplies screen solutions that offer protection from insects, and unobstructed views, for all types of doors, windows, and large openings.
A good outdoor heater can lengthen the usable season of alfresco rooms; a great one will also add flare to an exterior design. Discover four heaters that might be right for your garden.