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Gifts for Gardeners

(Martine Brumwell) #1

Anyone got any gifts for Gardeners?
I have this little gardener mouse called Moses

(Little Ramstudio) #2

For all those Auricula fanciers :smile:

Original limited edition linocut print, supplied in a cream mount.

(Little Ramstudio) #3

He’s such fun Martine :slight_smile:

(Jennifer Combes) #4

I have seeded Christmas and greetings cards in my shop. You can re plant the cards to grow either a wild flower mini meadow or Christmas trees . The Christmas tree ones are made also with reindeer poo that acts as a fab fertiliser:)

(Sasha Garrett) #5

Ideal for gardeners, wannabe gardeners or those who frankly shouldn’t be let anywhere near a living plant

(Karen Ellam) #6

Lots more floral goodies in my shop


(Qteacup) #7

A pretty diary for gardeners.

(Grimm Exhibition) #8

I have a few items that may be of interest.

(Martine Brumwell) #9

Some nice items here. Many of our high street shops have a 'Gifts for Gardeners ’ section at Christmas, so I think we should too. Any more lovely gardening items?
I have an orchard cottage cushion.

(Mandi Wilson) #10

My miniature Handmade mohair teddy is a perfect gift for gardeners. His veggies are made from fimo. He comes gift boxed with a poem wrote by myself telling the tale of how the pesky snail perched on his shoulder keeps eating his vegetables

(GrainneCC) #11

Remembering the warmth of summer with a honeysuckle.

(GrainneCC) #12

Can’t seam to enlarge image on the tablet just now.

(Jan Ryan) #13

I have a couple of plaques :mushroom:

(Alison Mackenzie) #14

This birthday card would be suitable for a gardener.

(Jacqueline Austen) #15

How about some jewellery?

Jacqueline x

(Reverie Candles) #16

One for all the greenhouse lovers out there…

(Suzzie Godfrey) #17

After a hard day in the garden, these hotties may be just the ticket

(Suzzie Godfrey) #18

Bring a little of the garden inside, with a beautiful floral coat hanger,

(Roz) #19

A couple of gifts for indoor gardeners!
My felted planter (only one left now!)

and my tin can covers that can be used to convert an empty tin can into a plant pot

(Elaine) #20

Gardeners often like a little peace!