gift guide: for the flower fanatic

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Even nature fiends happily succumb to commercialized holiday commemorations. Since I launched my flower business this year and started writing a flower column for the site, I’ve got nothing but blooms on the brain. From a classic book by flower gods to rubber galoshes for morning garden runs and tongue-in-cheek gilded lily stationery, this list covers everything a budding floral freak could hope to find under the tree. — Amy Merrick

1. Flowers Rediscovered by Madderlake, $17; 2. Diego Urn by Frances Palmer, $325; 3. Glossy Garden Clip-ons by Kate Spade, $78; 4. Vivienne Westwood Rain Boots, $160; 5. Twine Dispenser, $15; 6. Monogrammable Gardening Gloves, $29; 7. Gilded Water Lily Notes, $29; 8. Catherine Hat by Eugenia Kim, $346; 9. Okubo Shears, $38; 10. St. Kilda Pansy Ring, $310

  1. Love those rain boots. Amazing. And I didn’t even know I need a “twine dispenser” but clearly now I do! Wait these are gifts for ourself right?

  2. Cassie says:

    I would have never thought of a gardening gift for Christmas, but this is so unique! I love it. I wonder how awesome a male version would look like? ;)

  3. Katie says:

    The urn is absolutely beautiful. Way out of my price range, but still would be great for a container garden.

  4. Thanks for this beautiful, simple and inspiring post. After the holidays, I officially enter my waiting for spring period and begin gathering my gardening supplies, books and seeds. I will be sure to check your column as a resource! Happy holidays!

  5. robyn megson says:

    I think we all need a pair of those rain boots…fab!

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