Fill the stockings of your plant loving friends with these Gardening Gift Guide Suggestions.
Anyone who gardens is normally on the look out for different gardening products and gadgets, so I have created a Gardening Cook 2014 Holiday Gift Guide. If you are looking for something special to treat someone that you love who spends a lot of time in the garden, this gift guide should give you lots of inspiration.
This year, I have included many of my personal gardening favorites in my kitchen gift guide. I feel that no garden shed is really complete without at least a few of these items.
It is never too early to start thinking ahead to spring. This set of 10 unusual seed packets from Botanical Interests comes in a Kraft gift box as well as a seed starting guide.
This 10 piece tool set comes with a handy tote bag as well as a folding seat. What a perfect gift for an older gardener (like me!) who needs to keep sitting down to do their garden chores.
It is not too late to do a home made garden gift. This Terracotta over sized jingle bell will remind your gardening friend of you every year when they decorate for Christmas. See my DIY terracotta bell project here.
Willow Tree figurines are very collectible. This Willow Tree Christmas Angel, complete with her own shovel, would make the perfect gift for your gardening friend.
If you are like me, you will know that the tool that gets replaced most often is a pruner. This handy gift set contains a bypass pruner and snipper. This one is definitely on my wish list.
This metal horse watering can holds 60 ounces of water and will add a whimsical decor touch to your outdoor setting until he is needed for his watering chores.
If you are feeling crafty, you can also make your own herb markers out of wooden spoons. I made these in just a couple of hours and they look great in my herb plant pots.
This adorable resting cat resin garden marker will add a touch of whimsy to any garden setting.
No, this is not a full set of Harry Potter books! The bags contain every thing you need to set up your own living terrarium.
There you have it, my Christmas wish list all in one place. Perhaps one of these great ideas from my Gardening Gift Guide for 2014 will delight your gardening friend too!