30 Gifts for the Gardener

As much as I wish I was able to have my own garden, I’m so thankful for the friends and family who’ve been kind enough to share theirs with me this year. From fresh tomatoes at my parents’ home in Virginia to herbs from a friend’s Brooklyn terrace garden, I felt the garden love even in my concrete-covered space. So to thank those people who let me share in the rewards of their green thumb expertise, I’ve rounded up 30 fantastic gifts for the gardener, florist or plant-lover in your life. And if you’re like me and just want to live in a world with a little more flower-love, there are a few accessories in here (like flower petal-embedded sunglasses) that work for even those without a green patch of their own. xo, grace

All shopping sources and 20 more gift ideas continue after the jump!

Top image (above the jump): 1. Flower Petal Embedded Sunglasses $260 | 2. Garden Party Crystal Flower Earrings $180 | 3. Garden Tuteur $158 | 4. Dig For Victory Mug $4 | 5. The Flower Recipe Book $16.63 | 6. Garden Tote $114 | 7. Rag & Bone X Hunter Short Boots $265 | 8. Garden Gloves $9.20 | 9. Hedgehog Boot Brush $50 | 10. Garden Work Bench $139

Image above, clockwise from top left: MakeLike Cactus Wallpaper $150 a roll, Bee House $24, Geo Chimes $68, Enamel Pot $18, Flower Scissors $32.95, Barcelona Bird Feeder $200, Case Study Plant Stand $695, Foodie Garden Grow Kits $22, Tabby Cottage with Living Roof $65, Saipua Gardener’s Soap $10

Image above: Dramm Garden Hose $70

Image above: Ash Wood Garden Tools $40

Image above: Garden Steps $45+

Image above: Ceramic Bird House $40

Image above: Jute Garden Tote $78

Image above: The Edible Front Yard $15.35

Image above: Bringing Nature Home: Floral Arrangements Inspired by Nature $32.51

Image above: The Drunken Botanist: The Plants That Create the World’s Great Drinks $12.77

Image above: My Garden, A Five-Year Journal $19.95

Image above: Gentleman Gardener Tea Towel $25

  1. Amanda says:

    oh my gracious! that hedgehog boot brush!!


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