This garden lovers gift guide lists new and a few tried and true favorites, ranging from necessary to nice to have products, every gardener would enjoy.
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It’s that time of year again, and in honor of Cyber Monday, I’m helping out with some inspiration from the gardening realm. This garden lovers gift guide lists some new, and a few tried and true favorites, for your shopping pleasure.
Bonus: I’m linking up with a bunch of other blogger friends who have curated their own gift guides. You can find them all at the end of this post. Thanks to Barbara Garrett from The Everyday Home for coordinating this event.
Garden Lovers Gift Guide
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Every gardener loves their flowers, and this dark beauty would be so nice to admire during the dark winter days.
Fun and stylish, everyone needs a good pair of sloggers to work in the garden.
I know I go through garden gloves every year. This is a very reasonable price for a 6 pack of nitrile coated gloves, and they are so cute. I love the way they hug your hands so it feels like you’re not wearing anything. They would make a great stocking stuffer, or even nice embellishment on top of a present.
These are the best pruners I’ve ever owned, and worth every penny. They are on my personal Christmas list this year, because I somehow lost the pair I have been using for over 20 years.
How cute is this? According to the manufacturer, hummingbirds are territorial and like to watch over their food. So if you hang this near a nectar source, or a hummingbird feeder, they will perch on the swing and stand guard. Check out the great reviews.
Here’s one of the great tools that you may not buy for yourself, but would love as a gift.
These little wristlets are so convenient for grabbing on the go, and hold just enough essentials for a quick stop at the nursery or any store. Vera Bradley designs many pretty florals which this gardener loves.
This fun twine gift pack is great for lots of gardening tasks such as training vines, and tying supports. It’s also fun to use instead of ribbon when wrapping gifts. A good friend of mine made the nicest crocheted trivets from twine. Another great stocking stuffer, at about $10 for 8 different colors.
The folks from Gardenista.com have recently published this wonderful book full of beautiful garden images that would make a wonderful coffee table book gift.
Stag horn ferns are becoming very popular in the home with their unique look and their ability to grow well indoors.