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ATTENTION "Hard to Buy For" Landscapers

Do you have a landscaper in your life that seems to have everything they need?  Or, maybe more accurately, they are impossible to buy for?  Stop wandering up and down the aisles of the big box stores. At GE Landscape Supply, we have the basic items landscapers want and need to take advantage of the more pleasant days we find ourselves enjoying throughout the year. Share some holiday cheer with your favorite landscaper and consider some of these tried and true gifts. 

Work Gloves

We have yet to meet a landscaper who was not in need of and more importantly loves a new pair of gloves. We carry a variety of work gloves for both winter snow shoveling and spring planting. A quality pair of work gloves is a crucial product for any outdoor activity. 

Customizable Rock

A customizable decorative rock is a great gift for a person looking to add a personal touch to their landscape, and if you have a sports fanatic in your life, these are the perfect way to show some team spirit. If sports aren’t your thing, we have the ability to engrave nearly anything onto these limestone rocks – family names, hobbies, flags, and more!


We have many varieties of pots and planters to fit any style that can be used indoors, as well as outside. Our ceramic pots can add a splash of color that can be appreciated all year round. 

Fire Pit

If there’s some extra space in the yard or patio that needs to be filled, a fire pit is a great gift that can add an exciting element to any landscape. A fire pit is also a gift that keeps on giving, as it can be used year-round and can be enjoyed with family and friends.  

Gift Certificate

Are you still unsure? Fear not! GE Landscape Supply has gift certificates to make the holidays happy for both you and the landscaper on your list. 


GE Landscape Supply is open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Stop by this holiday season or call (402) 467-1627 and let’s find the perfect gift for the landscaper in your life.

Published: December 8, 2020