MASTER GARDENER: There are gifts for every gardener on your Christmas list

If you have a gardener to buy for this season, fret no more. Read on for at least 100 gift ideas that are sure to please.

Pocket snips, potted amaryllis, 12 months of blooms gift certificate, wind spinners, wellies, clogs, plant supports, rose gloves, plant stakes, floral nitrile gloves, garden diaries, French lavender sachets, plant markers and watering spikes.

Bird baths, window boxes, rooting powder, bulb planters, bonsai snips, bypass pruners, a rose care kit, arbor, rose thorn snippers, stepping stones, birdseed, a large tumbler composter, a compost crock for kitchen, suet, fountains and window sill herb garden kits.

Long-handled hose wands, plant ties, lady bug houses, water bottles, trowels, rain gauges, an ergonomic spade, thermometers, shovels, rooting vases, garden benches, patio umbrellas, garden carts, lightweight hoses, hose reels, hose bins and garden hods.

A greenhouse, herb scissors, plant stands, standing or raised beds, watering cans, a landscape wagon, lip balm, hand cream, sun hats, garden vests, colorful trugs, puddle proof tool bags, garden kneelers, twine, weeders, pruners, herb drying racks, tool sharpeners, cultivators, rain barrels and pruning saw.

Tillers, a rotary mower, chippers, canning tools and jars, bottle trees, wind chimes, seed packets, potting soil, birdseed ornaments, broom and dustpan, lightweight blowers, leaf bags, landscaping gift certificates, garden center gift certificates, manicure gift certificates, solar string lights, solar twig starbursts, bulbs, bird feeder fillers, wheelbarrows, spreaders, garden knives, loppers and gazing balls.

Frost-resistant pots, frogs, insect repellent, Farmer’s Almanac, “Southern Living Garden Book,” Beekeeper’s Bible” by Richard A. Jones and Sharon Sweene-Lynch, “Mississippi Gardener’s Guide” by Norman Winter, tool kits, reed fences, sundials, Adirondack chairs, all-purpose pails, scoops, an oriental garden stool, terra cotta pots, paint brushes, willow edging, crushed stone, a hammock, a trellis and gardening software.

Olive oil jars, cast aluminum vases, door mats, a terrarium, fairy garden products, hori hori knives, fire pits, outdoor furniture, weatherproof pillows and cushions, garden lighting, an outdoor heater, a water feature, a fish pond, Time Lapse PlantCam and tickets to garden shows.

Weatherproof canvas art, Japanese lanterns, “Founding Gardeners” by Andrea Wulf, “Elements of Organic Gardening” by HRH The Prince of Wales, “Wildflower Watch” by Margaret Gratz, microplane graters or slicers, a Vitamix blender, corn cutter and creamer, tomato slicers, and for the Latin lover in your life …”Latin for Gardeners” by Lorraine Harrison.

Jennifer Caldwell, a Master Gardener, is a trained volunteer of the Mississippi State University Extension Service. For gardening questions, call the Help Center at (662) 620-8280 in Lee County or (866) 920-4678 outside Lee County and leave a message.