I'm all in:
Perfect for curling up on a blustery day: A subscription to Garden and Gun: Soul of the South (I'm not kidding at all here, folks).
For the landlocked with a teeny, tiny sunny patch:
An Earthbox-- Just add seeds and potting mix.
Garden Kneeling cushions- They always sound ridiculous but I used it all of the time.
What I wish I had right now- Seed flats. This heated one looks perfect for my cold condo.
Free! Beautiful and Useful Heirloom/ Non-GMO Seed Catalog from Baker Creek
The one thing I wished I had when I actually had to harvest-- garden shears. (cutting the okra with scissors was difficult).
The new book, Growing Older: A Chronicle of Death, Life, and Vegetables and the old book, This Organic Gardener: Confessions of a Suburban Homesteader by Joan Dye Gussow
A long and indestructible hose
The one thing I wished I had when I was shutting down shop was a hand axe. This one looks beautiful.
A Gardening Apron. Sometimes you don't want to change clothes just to do a couple of little things in the garden. Look you can even be crafty here. Thanks Martha!
Some pretty canning jars, a lifter, and a funnel to get me started on the path to putting up some of the harvest.
More ideas can be found over at The Local Beet...
PS- The gifts I'm most pleased with giving this season are:
1) A Loaf of : Cooks Illustrated's Almost-No-Knead Bread that I made with "the-can't-keep-it-in-stock" Upland Dairy's Rush Creek Reserve, perfect for the bon vivant in your life
2) A gift box with non-alcoholic anisette (you still have time to make it and it doesn't require pressure canning), asian-spiced pickles, peach conserves with rosewater, and spicy tomato and peach conserves ( yep I made all of them).