December 4, 2012
GardenistaGardening Moleskin Gift Box ($59.95)
I love Moleskin products and this is a great gift for any gardening enthusiast. It comes with a journal so you can keep track of what you’re growing and harvesting. There are also pockets and seed envelopes for collecting. Best of all, it’s cute.
Nudo Adopt an Olive Tree ($69)
This thoughtful gift allows you to adopt an olive tree for someone, comes complete with an adoption package and spring delivery of three tins of olive oil from the recipient’s tree (additional seasonal shipments can be purchased for $49).
Saboten Japanese Clippers ($27.95)
These clippers are dainty yet super sharp, making them great for pruning and flower arranging.
Terrain’s Low-Vine Trellis ($78)
This natural vine trellis adds style and support to a garden. Organic and chic, the trellis increasing garden growing space for climbing flowers and veggies.
Botanical Interests Container Vegetable Seed Collection ($15)
This assortment of seeds is pre-packaged and offers a well-chosen assortment of seeds for urban gardeners looking to grow veggies on their patio, balcony or terrace.
Hunter’s Jena Waterproof Flats ($115)
Why not look cute when making the soggy trek out to the early spring garden? These would also work great in the rainy day school pick-up rotation.
Trader Joe’s Coconut Body Butter ($4.99)
This rich, creamy lotion is a treat for chapped hands. It’s made with pure coconut oil, is soothing and has a light, fresh scent that makes it male/female friendly. It’s a steal at five bucks– stocking stuffers for everyone!
The Garden Apron by Valerie Rice ($69)
Durable enough for the garden but still cute enough for the kitchen, this is a powerhouse apron. Available in either white denim with linen apron strings or all flax linen, it has quickly become our bestseller.