Explore the following high-quality online sources for gardening enthusiasts. Some of the items are pricey, but surely, they can be placed on your wishlist for your birthday or the next holiday. Many of them have items that anyone can enjoy, and one of these sources just may help you to find the perfect gift for that hard-to-buy someone in your life. By the way, this is not a sponsored post. I am not being paid to write about these sites. I just like them.
Terrain – www.shopterrain.com
Terrain is a beautiful site with everything from plants to furniture and many items in between. They have a brick-and-mortar store in Westport, Connecticut and one located in Glen Mills, PA. Terrain is owned by the same people who created Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie, so you can imagine the kind of unique and modern stock available. The site also has a nice newsletter section called The Bulletin. Check out Terrain online. or if you happen to be in the area of one of the stores, you can stop for a bite to eat at their onsite restaurant, which boasts all locally grown organic ingredients.
Dirt Couture – www.dirtcouture.com
Dirt Couture is home to beautiful hand-crafted home and garden items. I found this online store through their blog titled dirtdujour.com. Here you can find handmade garden apparel, gifts and a lot of unusual garden items like this hummingbird swing. It’s adorable.
Gardeners Trading Post – www.gardenerstradingpost.com/
Gardeners Trading Post has an interesting collection of enamelware, rustic-looking French-inspired planters and a nice selection of high caliber garden tools imported from Holland and England. The owners have over 20 years of experience in the industry and have come to value the need for high quality garden tools. Check out their Verde Tinware Planters. Wouldn’t they look great flanking your front door?
I hope you enjoyed this list. Let me know if you buy anything. Do you have any favorite online gardening shops?