Here are dozen ideas for the gardeners and sprouting plant people on your list
Terrariums are perfect for bringing a little bit of the outside in.
|The problem is choosing from so many plants|
Give a bonsai; we offer free classes on the first Saturday of every month on their care. The first class for people who have received a tree as a gift is Saturday, January 7 at 9:00 am.
|Finished Bonsai, starter and companion plants are available year 'round|
Build a mini landscape or flower basket. Use succulents, ferns, moss and other plants to create a beautiful mini landscape.
|Isn't this deer?|
Keep track of the weather with thermometers and rain gages.
|Gardeners need to know the weather|
Give them a nice pair of pruners with a pair of good gardening gloves.
|Gardeners are forever searching for good gloves and pruners|
Offer help up from the garden with this kneeler that flips over into a garden seat. Great for gardeners of all ages.
|Donna endorses the kneeler|
Provide food and shelter to birds to keep the garden alive in winter.
|Feeders, houses, seed and all sorts of wild birding supplies|
Enjoy sounds in the garden with finely tuned windchimes.
|Tranquil sounds from a gentle breeze|
Let's get this garden started with seeds, peat pots and seedling mats.
|Heat mats, seed, peat pots, flats...you name it, the garden starts here|
Shed some light on the subject with a spot grow light or high performing fluorescents.
|Grow lights keep plants happy indoors until it's time to move out|
How about a membership to a local or regional garden? World famous Ladew Topiary Gardens is close by; Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA is just over an hour away.
|Early morning in the rose garden at Ladew|
For those of you, like me, who are just getting started with holiday gift shopping, have fun. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!
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