On Monday I shared my recommendations for Mother’s Day gifts for the whole foodie, you know the ones who are keen on making things from scratch, and enjoying healthy whole foods. Today I share with you my suggestions for the gardener in your life.
How cute is this miniature flower pressing kit, what a joy to be able to collect and save flowers from your garden. This kit contains all you need to press flowers for crafting, decoration and more. Each kit includes a mini flower press, flower scissors, pressing paper and glue all contained within a sweet reusable tin.
These vintage heirloom seeds are beautifully packaged from a small Melbourne based business. Nasturtiums are fantastic companion plants and the flowers and leaves are edible. By gifting these seeds you are not only adding colour to the mum in your life’s garden, but you are also supporting local. Win, win!
When you spend your day with your hands in the dirt it’s important to have a lovely soap to wash your hands with. This cold pressed olive oil soap is sure to hydrate your hands after a day of gardening.
I love to garden but with chronic dermatitis on my hands, they get so sore and dry when having my hands in the dirt. These breathable 100% bamboo gardening gloves will add a little glamour to your gardening experience, and protect your hands from drying and cracking.
You can’t spend every minute of your day in the garden, so why not gift this beautiful book to enjoy while sipping a cuppa. “Practical Self Sufficiency is perfectly adapted for Australian living and ideal for everyone in urban, suburban or rural areas – becoming self sufficient has never been more topical, more practical or more fun!”
I hope you loved these gifts for the gardener suggestions, don’t forget to have a look at the gift’s for the foodie, and the gift’s to pamper your mum are on their way.
Which gift would you choose?
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