Gift Guide For Garden Lovers
Whether you need a gift for your favorite gardener, plant-lover, your mother-in-law, or your own mother, you’ll find something they’ll love in our garden gift guide. From holidays to Mother’s Day, this guide has just what you’re looking for!
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Kouboo Harvest Basket– Beautiful basket for collecting your garden harvest
Eucalyptus, Olive & Rosemary Wreath– Handcrafted live wreath from Etsy
Planters– A beautiful selection of planters at Terrain
Creative Co-op Decorative Metal Leaf– Perfect in any room of your house
Live Pothos Potted Plant– Gift a live plant and bring on the cheer
Wild Flower Necklace– A pretty necklace for a plant-lover
Succulent Cactus Tea Light Candles– For warm and cozy vibes
Ceramic Garden Markers– Never lose track with these vibrant markers
Barebones Living Scissors– A gardener can never have too many pairs of scissors
La Jolie Muse Large Hanging Outdoor Planters– Large lightweight planters
Terrain– A succulent puzzle
Kindred Home Swedish Dishcloths– Cheerful kitchen towels
Burgon & Ball Indoor Watering Can– This is on my list for indoor watering
1// Meanwhile Back On The Farm Landscape Trucker Hat: This is my favorite trucker hat around. I also have my eye on this gorgeous leather carryall.
2// Kanobi Candle Co. Garden Gnome Scented Soy Candle: This candle features top notes of tomato leaf and lemon peel, middle notes of lemongrass, basil, and thyme, while the bottom notes consist of green leaves and moss. 100% All Natural Soy Wax, Phthalate-Free Premium Fragrance, Lead-Free and Zinc-Free Cotton Wick, Long-Lasting, Clean Burn.
3// Floret Farm’s A Year In Flowers: Featuring expert advice from Erin Benzakein, world-renowned flower farmer, floral designer, and bestselling author. This book is a gorgeous and comprehensive guide to everything you need to make your own incredible arrangements all year long, whether harvesting flowers from the backyard or shopping for blooms at the market.
4// Heirloom Seed Collecting Kit: Create your own garden legacy and share with other gardeners. Includes 8 airtight glass-topped tins with labels.
5// yourjoy Galvanized Steel Watering Can With Copper Accents: This farmhouse watering can holds a gallon of water and features a removable rosette-diffuser.
6// 2020 Garden Herbs Tea Towel: I’m loving this beautiful tea towel. It would make a perfect hostess gift.
7// Hanafubuki Bonsai Pruning Shears and Scissors: I have a pair of these scissors and use them all the time- they’re really sharp!
8// Non-Slip Wooden Two-sided Hand and Nail Brush: After a day of planting tulip bulbs, this is what my nails need.
9// Oars + Alps Natural Exfoliating Blue Charcoal Oars Bar Soap: Paired with the nail brush, this luxurious soap would make a great gift for gardeners.
10// Garden Birds Playing Cards: We have a set of these playing cards and they are so much nicer than the standard set of cards!
11// The Kitchen Garden: A Month by Month Guide to Growing Your Own Fruits and Vegetables: The Kitchen Garden is the perfect companion for gardeners who want to turn their harvest into a meal and dramatically reduce the amount spent on produce at the supermarket.
12// Large Gardener Kneeling Pad: Rest those weary knees!
13// Fellow Stagg EKG, Electric Pour-over Kettle: This is a splurge gift that I’d love to have on my counter.
14// Fair Trade Ghana Bolga African Dye-Free Basket: Collect your garden bounty with this beautiful fair trade basket.
15// Euphoria Garden Thornproof Leather ROSE GARDENING Gauntlet Gloves: For the gardener who doesn’t want to get pricked by spiky plants.
1// Large Latte Mugs- Blue Flowers Pattern: I’d love to sip a latte out of this beauty!
2// House Again Extra Fine Mesh Tea Ball Infuser & Cooking Infuser: Brew loose leaf tea like a pro.
3// Garden apron: So cute and practical!
4// Hunter women’s garden clog: Garden in style with these waterproof clogs.
5// Babo Botanicals Sensitive Skin Fragrance Free Hydra Therapy Lotion for Dry and Eczema-Prone Skin: My hands need all the moisturizing help they can get, and sensitive skin formulas are a must for me. Read more about Babo Botanicals here.
6// Esschert Design AT12 Aged Terracotta Flowerpots in Metal Basket with Handle: I’d love to plant herbs in these terra cotta pots!
7// Chef’n LooseLeaf Kale, Chard, Collard Greens and Herb Stripper: When you grow as much kale as we do, cutting out the stalks can be a real chore. This handy little tool helps.
8// Heavy Duty Rust Resistant 4 Piece Garden Tool Set: A few of our garden tools just broke, and I’m planning on replacing them with this set.
9// Organic Herb Kitchen Gardening Kit: Grow fresh herbs all winter long!
10// Copper Garden Plant Markers: You can never label enough in the garden.
11// Mac Sports Collapsible Folding Outdoor Utility Wagon: From toting seedlings to the garden to wrangling a pile of sticks, this wagon is perfect! Plus, it collapses for easy storage.
12// Bee’s Wrap Chemical Free Reusable Food Wrap: Everyone can use some of this sustainable food wrap (even if they already have some).
13// The mindful Gardener Garden Journal: New York Botanical Garden: This journal provides the user with a series of simple journaling prompts designed to nurture a positive, calming framework to approach the day.
14// Over The Sink Stainless Steel Oval Colander with Fine Mesh 6 Qt Strainer Basket: We’re constantly washing lettuce and other greens from the garden, and this strainer is roomy enough for a huge batch of freshly picked greens.
15// Novart Premium Herb Keeper and Herb Storage Container: This handy herb container keeps herbs and greens fresh for 2 times longer!