Get Outside! 15 Finds for the Modern Garden

By Erin Renzas
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Keep Track

Is that parsley or cilantro? Keep track of your tasty herbs with these simple-yet-chic garden stakes, bearing the name of eight common hebs. Custom stakes can also be made for just $1 more. Garden Stakes ($8 at Pigeon Toe Ceramics)

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Citrus Seats

Brighten-up your outdoor living space with this sunny chair from Horne. The modern take on outdoor seating has roots in the rustic; the backrest is inspired by the architecture of old Amish barns. The Farmhouse Chair Bend Seating ($450 at Horne)

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Little Red

Function meets high-design in this modern interpretation of a basic watering can. Designed by Pascal Charmolu, the simple metal cylinder fits comfortably in the hand, while the silicone hose placed at the bottom of the piece means that gravity does the work for you. Magnetic Watering Can ($65 at Uncommon Goods)

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Golden Tools

If you're looking for the perfect gift for a gardening enthusiast, look no further. This lovely hand fork is naturally rust proof and naturally beautiful. Vega Hand Fork ($58 at Terrain)

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Solar Sounds

Put the party into your yardwork duties. This mini solar powered radio will crank out your favorite tunes. Trust us, yanking out those weeds won't be half as bad when you've got some jams to keep you going. Solar Powered Radio ($35 at Brook Farm General Store)

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You Dig?

Add some fun to your gardening arsenal with this gardening tool set from Alice Supply Co. Garden Tools ($28 at Allice Supply Co.)

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An Outdoor Classic

A duck boot is both a stylish and classic pick for wearing while working outdoors. The heavy tred and waterproof shaft is just the thing for tackling the garden. Aspelina Boot ($135 at Tretorn)

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Round and Round

Get in touch with your inner child. These stainless steel pinwheels add a little whimsy to your landscaping. Viento Stainless Steel Pinwheels ($13 at Sprout Home)

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The Perfect Pot

These decidedly modern planters are perfect for the patio. Pick your stand height to customize them for your needs. Spun Aluminum Pod Planters and Black Stands ($164 at Sprout Home)

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It's the Bomb!

Throw and grow! Toss these wildflower seed bombs into any green space that needs a pop of color and in a few weeks you'll have a pretty smattering of florals. Choose from five different regions to ensure big blooms. Wildflower Seed Bombs ($14 for 2 from Uncommon Goods)

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Laid Back Style

Create a private oasis in your own backyard. This luxe lounger is made from handwoven rattan. The curved shape molds to your body, making it perfect for wasting away a sunny spring afternoon.  Banda Chaise ($398 at Anthropologie)

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Grow Up!

Make the most of your vertical living space by using your exterior walls as an extension of your garden. This wall-mounted planter features eight compartments and is perfect for succulents or herbs. Parkside Living Wall by SHIFT_DESIGN ($380 at Horne)

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Campy Planters

These colorful planters are perfect for indoor or outdoor use. Campy Planters ($76 at Perch!)

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Eat It Up

Grow your own mixed greens garden with the help of this kit from San Francisco's Paxton Gate. Edible Greens Planter ($59 at Paxton Gate)

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Swing in Style

Forget the tired (and uncomfortable!) traditional hammocks. This sleek version is more stylish and won't kill your back. Hammock Swing ($250 at Kiosk)

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