Start your child’s passion for planting early with this charming potato-shaped pot, where oregano, basil or mint can be grown – and then eaten!
Taterpot, £7.95, The Balcony Gardener.
Make sure your child keeps those toes warm whilst working hard in the garden with these bug-inspired welly boots.
Kidorable Ladybug Rain Boots, £13.45, Wellies and Worms.
Dustpan and brush
Teach your toddler to clean up the dead plants, weeds or spilt potting mix with this bright dustpan and brush, designed especially for little hands.
Groovy Gardeners Dustpan and Brush, £8.50, Burford Garden Company.
Have your child grow their own flowers and vegetables with these super cute seed tubs, which contain either tomato, pumpkin or sunflower seeds.
Grow your own, £1 each, Tesco. Find your nearest Tesco store.
Help your toddler keep plants watered with this quirky watering can. The water squirts out from the trunk, just like a real elephant!
Watering Can Blue Elephant, £4.95, DotComGiftShop.
This mini beginner’s set has everything you need to get your child garden-ready. The set includes an apron, gloves, tools, seeds, a bucket and plant markers.
How does your garden grow kids giftset, £22, Jamie at Home.
Keep your child’s hands protected when pulling out weeds and potting plants with these gardening gloves for little fingers.
Wheelbarrow motif gardening gloves, £4.50, Garden Gear.
Show your toddler how to rake up the weeds and dry leaves with this child-appealing rake.
Yellow Bee Rake, £3.33, Insect Lore.
Great for children wanting to transport their own gardening tools around the garden, this child-friendly lightweight wheelbarrow can be folded up and stored indoors afterwards.
Children’s Folding Wheelbarrow, £18.99, Garden Supplies.
Add a dash of personality to your child’s garden with this colourful gnome. It can be painted any colours your child desirse!
Paint your own garden gnome, £6, Letterbox.