Try as you might, you can’t seem to grow a green thumb. While one plant after another meets its demise at your house, your best friend has an overflowing collection of indoor and outdoor plants. They treat these living, breathing pots as their children, and get excited over new blooms, longer vines and propagating. This holiday season, encourage their impressive Plant Mom or Dad skills with these garden-inspired gifts. From jewelry and home decor to puzzles and candles (and so much more), these will all pair nicely with their plant babies.
Sterling Forever Birth Flower Pendant Necklace
Your pal probably knows their astrological sign and their birthstone, but what about their birth month flower? Depending on if they were a January, February or another-month baby, they have a matching bloom that represents their personality and spirit. This sweet necklace pays tribute to their unique and special flower.
Loulou Lollipop Muslin Quilt
The only thing better than snuggling up on the couch by yourself is having your toddler join you. This gorgeous quilt will not only help you get cozy and comfortable, but you’ll appreciate the sweet floral print, too.
Farmgirl Flowers Fly Away Home Bouquet
Forty stems of assorted preserved flowers and foliage make up this neutral arrangement. With a touch of white and blush, this bouquet is sure to make a statement in any home.
Rifle Paper Co. Hard Cover Spiral Planner
Your friend enjoys watering her plants, sewing… and keeping it old school by writing her appointments on pen and paper. That’s why she will be obsessed with this colorful and flower-filled planner that features gold foil accents and plenty of space for errands, to-do lists, and whims.
Numi Organic Tea Dancing Leaves Flowering Tea Gift Set
After a tough day, your pal zens out in her plant nook, full of books, vines and a small, plush chair for reading or otherwise relaxing. Add a cup of beauty to her relaxation time with this dancing flower tea set. Once she adds hot water to her mug, the leaves slowly open to reveal beautiful shapes nestled inside of the bloom. It makes a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind gift she’ll love.
Green Philosophy Co. Succulent Pillow
Sure, plants are part of a home’s aesthetic. But that doesn’t mean they all have to be living! This fun throw pillow is considered a ‘garden alternative’ since it doesn’t require any upkeep with watering or access to sunlight. Your friend will love adding it to their couch, bed or even a bookshelf.
HERE. "Dishes Succ" Tea Towel
For a funny stocking stuffer gift, you can’t go wrong with this clever kitchen towel. It’s simple, affordable but will also speak to your plant-obsessed friend’s humor. It’s sassy and practical since it can easily clean up any spills from their weekly watering ritual.
Brass Monkey "I Could Really Use a Drink" Planter with Drip Tray
The Plant Parents in your life know all of their children have preferences. Some enjoy lots of H20; others need very little. Many thrive in bright sun, while others crave shade. This hilarious, heavyweight ceramic planter not only includes a drain plug and drip tray but carries a subtle hint, too. Not to mention, we love the vintage feel.
Old World Christmas Flower Water Can Ornament
If you want to keep on the holiday theme and your recipient celebrates Christmas, consider giving an ornament that will adorn their tree for years to come. It symbolizes their love of plants and provides the promise of spring, when flowers will start to bloom! We love the sparkly finish that will really shine against green branches.
Coloready Tahitian Gardenia Botanical Paint By Numbers Kit
For those long winter days when it’s too cold to venture into the great outdoors, this paint-by-numbers set will keep your friend busy. It comes complete with everything they need to create a masterpiece, including one round brush, one flat brush, eight colors and a template. When they’ve applied the finishing touches, they’ll have a masterpiece to hang proudly on their wall. (Next to the plants, of course.)
SkyPots The Hang Five Set
When all of your plants start to thrive, it’s, ahem, easy to run out of room on your window sills to house them. It’s a good problem to have, but your friend is always looking for helpful storage solutions. To the rescue is the vertical hanger that allows them to display five beauties on one string.
Jiggy Plants Over Plans Puzzle By Maggie Stephenson
If given a chance to spend more time indoors with their plant babies or going out for a night on the town, your friend would choose their green goodies. That’s why this puzzle will speak directly to their soul, featuring a beautiful design from Poland-born artist Maggie Stephenson. Once they’ve finished this 800-piece beast, they might even frame it to show off their hard work.
Ann Taylor Floral Pajama Set
When it’s time to tuck themselves in for a long winter’s rest, these midnight garden jammies will keep them toasty and vibrant. We love the adjustable spaghetti straps, square back, and elasticized drawstring paperbag waist. Plus, they’re machine-washable, making it easy to upkeep them for many dreamy nights.
HAMAMA Home Microgreens Growing Kit
In addition to indoor and outdoor gardens, has your pal recently become intrigued by growing their own food? If so, this pretty ceramic kit will help them achieve their new quest! It includes two seed quilts for nurturing salad and broccoli microgreens, all within seven days. As a bonus, they don’t even have to remember to water these seeds since the HAMAMA system takes care of it for them. It’s a win-win.
Esker Terrazzo Plantable Candle
For hygge holiday nights, nestled on the couch, this plantable candle adds warmth and radiance to their space. What makes it plantable? Once the candle has finished its wick, you can use the included seek paper to plant an herb garden. Just add soil, water, and they’ll sprout up in the spring. Talk about multi-purpose!
Lettuce Grow 12-Plant Hydroponic Growing System
For a splurge-worthy gift for a very special garden-lovin’ person in your life, consider Lettuce Grow. As the name suggests, this hydroponic garden allows them to cultivate seasonal produce — including lettuce and other goodies from the ground — without a headache. It’s a modern design, easy-to-set-up system, and fruitful experience make it a gift that keeps giving all year long.
The Chef's Garden: A Modern Guide to Common and Unusual Vegetables
Once spring and summer roll around, your friend will be looking for new and exciting ways to use their homegrown vegetables in recipes. This book was written by a chef and farmer and offers more than 100 recipes for inspiration and interesting facts about a wide variety of veggies and produce. Consider it their seed-to-table immersive guidebook.
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