I LOVE Christmas! If you’re anything like me you’ re always the one spending hours scouring the internet wanting to find the most thoughtful gifts for your loved ones. That’s why I’ve put together this ultimate list.. to put the ease back into seasonal cheer! You’re sure to find something for the plant daddy, floral queen or budding grower in your life!
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40. 2x Bokashi compost bins – Waterbutts direct – £79.99
While this may not be the most glamorous present out there, to a lot of us, composting is cool. Bokashi composting allows you to turn all sorts of food waste into soil – Small bones? Chuck it in! Meat? Chuck it in! Citrus? Chuck it in!
39. 3-month seed delivery service – Seed Craft – £24.00
I love to try out smaller companies when I can and Seed Craft never disappoint. Quality seeds, easy instructions, great varieties and simple packaging. Code INSTA50 gets you 50% off your first month.
38. Reusable seed trays and dibbers – Amazon – £19.95
Gardeners go through a lot of seed trays, so these gifts could never go amiss. The dibbers included come in especially handy with pricking out tiny seedlings.
37. GARDENA bulb planter – Amazon – £10.99
Save some serious time when you’re planting out bulbs with this handy tool! Gardena are a favourite brand of mine when it comes to quality.
36. Blight resistant grafted tomatoes – Marshalls Garden – £13.99
Grafted tomatoes are grown for their vigour and will always promise an excellent harvest, even for the absolute beginner grower unlike many varieties on offer. For those of us with limited access to growing facilities for seed sowing, these plants are perfect and will be delivered just at the right time!
35. Milk churn planters – La Redoute – £24.65
A very cute planter idea. Chuck in some low maintenance plants and you’ve got a great doorstep decoration.
34. Bare root Rose – David Austin – £21.50
A bare root rose is a much more cost effective way to buy roses and very easy to plant. Search the David Austin website for a sentimental rose name. Mine below is called ‘Lady Gardener’.
33. Urbanfarmit oyster mushroom kit – Etsy – £23.94
Growing your own mushrooms is a perfect off-season activity for gardeners. They grow very easily inside and companies like UrbanFarmIt offer some fantastic varieties.
32. Spear and Jackson easy reach pruner – Amazon – £31.16
For those with trees and tall hedges, an easy reach telescopic pruner is a very useful present.
31. Seed tin – Not on the high street – £12.50
So who’s going to buy me a personalised seed tin then? It’s practical – to stop those seeds getting wet (or nibbled by rodents) but with a gorgeous design!
30. Jewel vase trio – Sarah Raven – £21.95
After buying some of these for a Secret Santa, I knew these would be on my list. A lovely range of colours available which would look perfect with those garden posies.
29. Denim gardening apron – Etsy – £24.00
A stunning little apron to hold your pens, labels and string. Why not even try to make your own?
28. Personalised slate garden sign – Etsy (SarahHansonmurals) – £40.00
A bit of sunshine and colour in the garden, even on those grumpy winter days. Slate is a much better option than wood if the sign is for outdoors.
27. GARDENA aqua bloom solar watering system – Amazon – £88.99
Another Gardena tried and tested bit of kit from my garden. This is a lifesaver pump to water your plants while you’re away. No electricity or main connection needed!
26. DIY succelent terrarium – Etsy – £9.99
A terrarium is a lovely low maintenance indoor plant gift. Check out the DIY kit linked here or why not make your own in a mason jar or old clear vase? fill with sand, compost and grit before planting succulents of your choice.
25. Vegetable tea towels – Lottie Day – £32.00
I’m a big fan of Lottie Day’s designs. Anything vegetable related will always win me over.
24. Subpod mini composting system – Subpod – £107.00
Subpod is an underground worm farm and speedy compost system. I love mine and being so compact, its a great solutions to turn those food scraps into soil, even in the in the tiniest of outdoor spaces. Plus, if you use code Rachel10 you can get 10% off!
23. Monstera in pot – M&S – £25.00
Monstera are one of favourite houseplants. Easy to grow with big beautiful leaves which are ever expanding, a new leaf can emerge monthly in the warmer months.
22. Activearth soil conditioner – Envii – £19.99
A fantastic additive to soil to encourage microbial life to thrive. Spread across multiple beds and watch as the worms get busy!
21. Garden journal – Rose Press Garden – £15.00
I highly recommend checking out The Rose Press Garden website for gardening gift ideas. This journal has a question a day where you can write all about your garden. Ultimate relaxation!
20. Rare tomato seeds gift card – Tomato revolution – £20
Tomato revolution produce some of the most fantastic tomato varieties in the UK from variegated leaves to giant fruit to dwarf plants, leave the choosing up to your gift recipient or surprise them with something a bit different to what they have grown before! Search them on instagram for more info.
19. Dahlia collection – Sarah Raven – £32.95
Dahlias have made a resurgence in the growing community in the past few years and these collections from Sarah Raven are affordable and well put together. My collections were the highlight of the allotment flower patch!
18. Indoor grow lights – Amazon – £18.99
An indoor winter growing essential to get the most out of our plants. Comes with a timer setting and an easy clip to attach to shelving.
17. Print – Not on the high street – £8.50
Need I say more? Who hasn’t needed this reminder on the wall before the plants shrivel up and die!
16. Rainbow heirloom vegetable seed mix – etsy – £19.99
A fabulous selection of rainbow vegetable varieties, perfect for new gardeners, or those who want to try growing something new.
15. Seedling heat mat – Amazon – £15.99
For indoor seed sowing, this heat mat can ensure better germination rates in the cooler months.
14. Forget me not sculpture – Not on the high street – £22.50
Forget-me-nots are flowers which signify different things to different people but to me they are truly beautiful flowers. The stunning blues in this sculpture would go fantastically in any garden.
13. Plant markers – Not on the high street – £7.50
Adorable little plant markers. These can be customisable from the seller or you could create your own from wooden spoons! And an easy project to get the children involved.
12. Garden obelisks – Amazon – £12.99
An obelisk is a really useful garden gift. It can be used for growing climbing roses, squash, clematis or hops, as a cage/support for tomatoes or tall flowers or even just to string up some lights around.
11. Bosch ixio mini screwdriver – Amazon – £40.00
My favourite tool! Light enough to keep in my bag at all times, can get into tight spaces, rechargeable and easy for anyone to use.
10. Veg trug wall hugger with cover – Original organics – £73.99
A quality planter to grow veg in small spaces. Great for growing salads, carrots, herbs or hanging tomatoes.
9. Insect hotel – Etsy – £16.99
Bees and insects and a productive garden go hand in hand. Help nature, help you and provide a home for wildlife including some amazing solitary bees.
8. Peachy cushion – Dunelm – £18.00
Outdoor cushions and throws are a great way to improve your outdoor space. Anyone can appreciate cosy!
7. Seedball wildflower seeds – Amazon – £9.00
These clay balls packed with wildflower seeds are a great stocking filler. Great germination and lovely native varieties to attract plenty of different critters.
6. Wellies – Joules – £29.95
Wellies are an essential for wet weather gardening. Why not look fabulous while you’re doing it! I have worn my bright yellow bees wellies to death!
5. Boot rack – Amazon – £17.99
Following along with the theme of 6. this boot rack is great for storing your boots, and much less chance of spiders inhabiting them!
4. Harvest basket – Nutleys – £34.95
A harvest basket fit for kings and queens! (Though you will probably still end up with pockets full of berries)
3. Hori Hori knife – Japeto – £32.95
The ultimate gardening multi-tool. Cutting twine, trimming branches, digging holes, making trenches, measuring depth – the hori hori knife can do it all.
2. Microgreens starter kit – Thompson & Morgan – £9.99
Microgreens are so easy to grow and can provide easy access to bright, fresh salads and garnishes, all grown in small spaces.
1. Wooden coldframe – feelgooduk – £49.99
A compact coldframe to store any of your more tender plants away from frost and snow. Use code RACHEL15 for 15% off!