It goes without saying that the team at Daleys Turf love lawns but do you have a lawn lover in your life? Are you still scratching your head wondering what to get them for Christmas? Never fear; we are here to help and the best bit is – you don’t need to leave the house or struggling with Christmas car-park rage. You can grab some fantastic last minute Christmas gifts for the lawn enthusiast in your life and you can even order while relaxing on the lawn; Christmas shopping has never been easier.
We have gifts to suit all types and all budgets (and to make it even easier all you need to do is click on the product you like and you will be redirected to the online shop). Our gifts ideas are high quality, practical and with even a little bit fun thrown in for good measure. Here’s a few of our favourite picks but there are many more in the online shop.
For the watering of their lawn:
Gardena Polo Sprinkler
Gardena 2 hour water timer
Aqua System 4 way tap adaptor
For their weeding needs:
Yates Zero Weeding Brush
For their lawn maintenance:
Manutec Soil pH test kit
Fun Sir Walter merchandise; just for:
Sir Walter thermal mug
Sir Walter brushed cotton cap
Sir Walter Astro-turf stubbie holder
Sir Walter Cooler Bag
Love your lawn stubbie holder (with Nigel)
Love you lawn stubbie holder
Still not sure what to get? Check out the Summer Special Lawn Soaker and Aerator Sandals! They even come with free delivery.
For those with a higher budget we have the ultimate Christmas gift – just check out our recent blog post for all the details. While it is a little too late now to have a new lawn installed and established before Christmas day you can still have it installed or even ordered now for the new year. You can order online or just contact the Daleys Turf team directly.
We’re sure you can find a gift to suit any lawn lover in your life. Happy shopping! Wherever you are and whatever you’re up to the Daleys Turf team would like to wish you a safe and happy holiday season and a prosperous 2013. Don’t forget the game of backyard cricket on the lawn; it’s what Christmas in Australia is all about. Enjoy!