The holidays are here. For your gardening pals, try these small gift ideas, perfect for filling up their stockings. Some of the best gardener stocking stuffer picks are right around $5 each!
The holidays are here. For your gardening pals, try these small gift ideas, perfect for filling up their stockings. Some of the best gardener stocking stuffer
picks are right around $5 each!
Gardeners aren't picky people, but we like gifts that have purpose--something we can use. Trinkets and decorative items are great, but a gift with a function is the sure way to please a gardener this holiday. Try stuffing a stocking with these useful and thoughtful garden gifts!
Plant markers are a much-needed garden supply and an ideal, inexpensive stocking stuffer. A pack of 24 only costs around $2!
Seed starter pellets (like the ones above from Jiffy
) are something a gardener can never have enough of. A pack of 10 will run around $2.
Replace single-use pH strips with a digital soil pH
reader that can be used over and over again! $13, from Harris Seed Company
Garden Bon-Bons from Moulton
($15) look like gourmet chocolates but are actually ready-to-plant seeds encased in compost and clay! Available in several herb and floral varieties.
A gardener's hands can get worked over as they work in the garden, so hand conditioner is a necessity. Tuck this all-natural cream from Earth Therapeutics
(around $6.50) in a stocking for a soothing end to those rough hands.
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