Hey, hey! It’s Christmastime again…
Today I’m spotlighting 10 Gifts for the Gardeners in your life. And guess what? These 10 gifts won’t break our gardening budgets. Do we have gardening budgets? 🤔
December is here in all her lovely holiday glory. My goal is to keep Christmas simple. Any gift-giving I do will be small and likely purchased online. The past few years in our family, we’ve been celebrating the magic of stocking stuffers. It’s true—incredibly good things come in the smallest packages.
Almost everything on this list will fit in a stocking.
Most are offered by small, local businesses.
Nothing cost more than $25.
Gardening Gloves $10
If you are like me, weeding is therapy.
These Weeder gloves are almost too pretty to get dirty.
The palms and fingertips are waterproof, and the design
is an heirloom garden print.
Made in the USA by a woman-owned business.
Flower Blank Journal $6
Whether you doodle, journal, or meticulously record
your daily gardening journey,
this blank journal will provide the ideal place
to document every little thing.
60 pages and an inspirational cover!
Arkansas, woman-owned business.
Freckled Hen Farmhouse
Large Birdseed Pinecone $14.
Fancy up bare-limbed trees with a birdseed pinecone
and watch your feathered friends feast!
Freckled Hen Farmhouse is a
fabulous Fayetteville, Ar business.
Vintage Wildflower Puzzle $22.
Winter and puzzles go together
like early morning and hot coffee.
This beauty will have you dreaming
of an early green spring
(if you aren’t already).
1,000 pieces to keep you thoroughly occupied.
Your Local Garden Center
Spring Bulbs (prices vary)
Mix and match individual spring tulip and daffodil bulbs
from your local garden center.
At only $.80 – $1.25 each (or thereabouts), buy a whole stocking full!
(Large big-box garden centers sell packs of mixed bulbs
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
Seed Packages $3
A package of perennial seeds
may be the best thing you can buy a gardener.
Flowers, veggies, herbs—
the ultimate gift that keeps on giving.
Etsy – WoodNSparksCo
Plant Markers $1.75/ea
Love these plant markers!
Eco-friendly and handmade
by a small business in Montana.
So stylish in your spring garden.
Magnifying Glass $18
Every gardener needs a magnifying glass for examining
seedlings, bugs, and other interesting things found in nature.
This one is lightweight,
shatterproof, with 5x and 10x magnifications.
Loop it on your backpack when hiking. Perfection!
Botanical Necklace $15
Are you dreaming of a botanical Christmas?
Then you’ll love this hand-crafted
botanical pendant necklace.
Made by local Arkansas artisan, Sarah Shotts.
2021 Calendar $16
2021 is going to be a GREAT year,
and because it’s going to be a great year,
a fresh, new calendar is in order.
This one is inspired.
(15% of profits go to Community Peace Garden.)
I hope these 10 Gifts for the Gardener help boost your Christmas spirit. Christmas is coming. Only 23 days away, y’all!
Grace Grits and Gardening
Farm. Food. Garden. Life.
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Darling ideas. I love the row markers!