All of us know that special someone who loves to garden. It could be a parent that enjoys their flower or vegetable garden. An aunt who loves her herb garden. A friend who adores her house plants. Yes, we all have those green thumb people in our lives. Honestly, after the last couple of years I think that we now know more and more of those green thumb people. Trust me, there are all sorts of great gardening gifts that these people in your life will love.
This is the time of year that these people in our lives are just itching to get back outside. They are ready to play in the dirt. They are planning and plotting their new projects. Figuring out what they want to move and or add to their gardens. Making adjustments to the things that didn’t grow just right last year. Checking the Farmer’s Almanac to see when they should start planting their gardens.
How do I know this? I am missing my flower gardens and small herb garden again this season. Since we sold the house with the big yard last year I didn’t realize how much those green spaces mattered to me. Looking out from inside your home to see beautiful flowering plants and different textures of green plants is not only rewarding, but calming for some reason. I have decided that the next house my project is going to be a cutting garden. That is something that I have never had. You can read more about why I want a cutting garden in this blog post.
Useful and Thoughtful Gardening Gifts
Gardening gifts can be given any time of year and appreciated. With so many spring holidays and celebrations coming up soon I thought this was a great time of year to put together a list of gifts anyone on your list would like to receive. I gathered things from useful tools to whimsical ornaments for the garden. You should be able to find something for any of the gardeners on your list.
As always, thanks so much for taking the time to read this post. I hope that it will give you some inspiration for the gardening lovers on your list or perhaps even your own wish list for your garden. Drop me a comment below and let me know what kind of gardening you enjoy doing. Happy gardening!
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