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11 Green Thumb Gifts for Gardeners
Looking for gifts for gardeners? We've rounded up some of the cutest (and most practical) gifts for all those green thumbs out there.
After taking all that time to plant, you can bet there will be a lot to harvest. These wire bottom baskets are perfect for collecting the fruits of your labor and easily rinsing them of dirt. If you’d rather, take them to the farmers market for all those goodies (and then make these amazing recipes).
What’s a gardener without her seeds? Whatever you and your green thumbs love, stock up on those for planting (and gifting!). This collection contains some of our favorite windowsill garden picks!
Etsy / Lotus Petale
Keep your herbs and flowers organized with these adorable plant markers. Stamped into vintage silverware, these little signs appeal to gardeners and vintage-lovers alike.
Of course we’ve all heard of herb gardens and vegetable gardens, but what about a tea garden? This packet of seeds contains everything you need to create soothing herbal tea blends, including chamomile, lemon balm and echinacea. All these ingredients also blend well into this unique sleep remedy!
Birds and Blooms
Help the avid gardener in your life attract birds, bees and butterflies to their yard with a gardening book. From the editors of Birds & Blooms magazine, this informative resource features beautiful photos, creative ideas and expert advice.
In the kitchen, you can never have enough tea towels and hot pads. In the garden, you can’t have enough gloves. Treat your green-thumbed loved ones to an extra pair of gloves in a pretty pattern.
Etsy / New Vintage Embroidery
Potting plants is messy business. This fun apron is the perfect way to keep clean while getting elbow deep in dirt. And when planting season is over, we wouldn’t blame you if you wore it in the kitchen, too!
Help your garden-loving pal bring even more life to the outdoors by attracting dainty hummingbirds. This Mason jar-inspired feeder is super cute and just the right style for any rustic yard.
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