Our Christmas gifts for gardeners range is new for 2014 to bring you some added inspiration to find that perfect Christmas gift. Christmas is the perfect time to buy your loved one something they need, would like or don’t know they need! As a gardener there is always something that can come in handy. From some new tools, garden vouchers, a watering can or simply a new indoor plant, there is plenty for you to choose from.
You can view our full Christmas gifts for gardeners range here. Why not take a look at all our other Christmas gifts for 2014 including Christmas gifts for her, Christmas gifts for him, Stocking fillers and many more.
Here are our top picks for your green fingered loved one;
Sometimes a gardener can happily and easily spend all day attending their garden or allotment. Our multi use tool and tuck box is the perfect accompaniment to a hard day’s work. Not only will your gardener stay organised, but an extra compartment enables them to take their snacks along too.
Where would a gardener be without their tools, other than left with in a slight pickle? Our Rosa Chinensis Gardening Tools is a collection of award winning gifts for gardeners using iconic imagery from the RHS Lindley Library. The collection includes, trowel and fork, secateurs, pair of gloves and a kneeler, which you can buy individually or as a full collection.
Our Gardener’s Delight Hamper is full of treats and nick nacks, perfect for any gardener. Our hamper collections arrive in a quality wicker basket which can also be used for storage in the garden shed or in the home. Our delight basket includes; 15 packets of seed, trowel and fork, DVD, plant labels, £5 voucher, 3 catalogues, 750g incredibloom®, Secateurs, 3 flower pouches, 20 coir seed/cutting pellets and 20 pricking out pots!
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Hmmm, I think I might have to forward this as an unsubtle hint to a couple of people 😀
Hi Vanessa, I already have!!
I enjoyed the Christmas gift ideas blog the best . It gave me some unusual gift ideas that I would never of thought of buying because of the time of year it’s mainly high street shops I use for Christmas gifts, but you have some great, unusual but exceptionally useful, very good quality and competively priced gifts. I have the gardeners delight hamper in mind for my dad he will love it, and he will get pleasure from it for years to come practically everlasting. I can’t wait to buy.