Friends of the Arboretum Gift Shop
Set of 6 note cards of native Wisconsin butterflies
(2 each of tiger swallowtail, Milbert’s tortoise shell, and viceroy) by volunteer artist Elisabeth de Boor. Recycled paper with black ink.
Atlas 370 Garden Club gloves
These tough and durable Atlas 370 Garden Club gloves are lightweight. A thin Nitrile coating provides excellent flexibility and grip for wet, slippery and oily items while protecting palms and fingertips from the rigors of everyday work. A seamless knit liner increases comfort while it repels dirt stains and contamination. Available in small, medium, large and extra large.
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Multi purpose self-standing bag
Made of non-tear woven polyethylene with wahable surfaces, this bag folds flat when not in use. Holds over 3.5 cubic feet. Approximately 22 inches x 22 inches x 18 inches high.
CobraHead weeder & cultivator
This CobraHead precision weeder and cultivator it the closest thing to a universal garden tool. Its blade is a steel fingernail that becomes an extension of your hand.
30-inch Colormark waterwand
This anodized aluminum extension wand has a an 8-inch black foam grip handle. Each wand comes with a finger tip brass shut-off valve and a 400-hole water breaker (nozzle) that creates a gentle rainfall.
Felco 6" folding saw
There is nothing ordinary about this patented blade design. The shape of the blade is thinner at the top and thicker at the bottom - where the teeth are. Hard chrome blade has excellent rust resistance. Safety locking device keeps blade securely open when in use. Saw folds neatly away for easy fit in a pocket.
A.M. Leonard Loppers
24" Overall Length, 1.5" Cutting Capacity, Users call them "the perfect, affordable loppers for a home garden."
A.M. Leonard Traditional Bypass Pruners
Tested head-to-head with two national brand pruners, Popular Mechanics magazine decaled the 1286 "best all-around pruner"!
The perfect tool for garden bed clean up! Handle has a rubber grip inset into a wooden handle for comfortable and non-slip use.
A.M. Leonard soil knife
This soil knife is a 3-in-1 gardening tool. It digs, cuts and saws. The 6 inch stainless steel blade has a tapered slicing edge leading to a tapered edge that is deeply serrated for root cutting.
Soil knife sheath
This quality A.M. Leonard leather sheath with clip-on keeps your soil knife safe and handy.
Wilcox 9-inch All-Pro digging trowel
This stainless steel 3-inch wide trowel works very well for deep bulb planting and breaking up stubborn clods. It’s a trowel you can really put the muscle to without fear of bending or breaking.
Wilcox 11-inch All-Pro digging trowel
This trowel has 6 cutting points - especially made to cut through sod and small roots easily.
Wilcox 12-inch All-Pro digging trowel
This trowel is handy for digging deep, narrow holes and cultivating around tall garden plants.
Wilcox 13-inch All-Pro weeder
This stainless steel weeder is built for professional use. The one piece design features a sharp “V” end and extra long handle for additional leverage.
Friends of the Arboretum kneepad
This comfortable kneeling surface for gardening and household chores is waterproof and lightweight to make it easy to move as you work. Size: 6.5" x 17".
Native Plant Sale t-shirt - short sleeves
This whimsical, 100 percent pre-shrunk cotton Native Plant Sale t-shirt is available in S, M, L and XL
Native Plant Sale t-shirt - long sleeves
This whimsical, 100 percent pre-shrunk cotton Native Plant Sale t-shirt is available in M, L and XL
Native Plant Sale tote - yellow and gold
This canvas, grocery-bag size Native Plant Sale tote in shades of yellow and gold is an environmentally aware alternative to paper and plastic.
Extra-Large Native Plant Sale tote
This sturdy, Earth-friendly Native Plant Sale tote bag in shades of lavender and purple features a reinforced canvas bottom, side pocket and key fob. It makes a great gift.
"Snow Fleas to Sunflowers" by Jim Hale
Award-winning author Jim Hale offers a seasonal approach to enjoying the Arboretum with a series of informative and entertaining essays gleaned from his 20-years of writing the "Outdoors" column for NewsLeaf, the Friends of the Arboretum newsletter.