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Gardenista Gift Guide 2020: For the Plant- and Critter-Obsessed

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Gardenista Gift Guide 2020: For the Plant- and Critter-Obsessed

December 10, 2020

What to give the green thumbs and plant parents on your list? We have some ideas…

Make year-round gardening a possibility with the Brass Grow House, featuring two LED light strips; $0 at Terrain.
Above: Make year-round gardening a possibility with the Brass Grow House, featuring two LED light strips; $190 at Terrain.
Encourage visits from little gardening companions with these woven grass Roosting Pockets; a set of 3 is $.95 at Duncraft.
Above: Encourage visits from little gardening companions with these woven grass Roosting Pockets; a set of 3 is $24.95 at Duncraft.
Made in Pakistan, these cowhide Classic Work Gloves are just $ at Nickey Kehoe.
Above: Made in Pakistan, these cowhide Classic Work Gloves are just $20 at Nickey Kehoe.
Echo View&#8
Above: Echo View’s Garden Kneeling Pad is made of waxed cotton canvas and stuffed with a blend of alpaca and wool for maximum comfort; $60.
A perfect stocking stuffer, the &#8
Above: A perfect stocking stuffer, the “I Break for Wildflowers” Bumper Sticker features the charming floral illustrations of Maria Schoettler; $5.
Opinel&#8
Above: Opinel’s seriously chic Hand Pruners come in navy (shown) and green; $59 at Canoe.
At the intersection of gardening and tea drinking is Garden Tea: The tea &#8
Above: At the intersection of gardening and tea drinking is Garden Tea: The tea “takes about 10 months to produce—from sowing and planting, to harvesting, drying and blending, which takes place at the Hudson Valley garden and home studio of its maker, Deborah Needleman.” A bag is $28 at Saipua.
Bob Dinetz&#8
Above: Bob Dinetz’s Ridge Pistachio Vase is an especially beautiful receptacle for fresh-cut blooms; $188 at Bloomist.
The Brass Grande View Rain Gauge measures both rainfall and the amount of water used to water your garden; $45 at Rejuvenation.
Above: The Brass Grande View Rain Gauge measures both rainfall and the amount of water used to water your garden; $45 at Rejuvenation.
A minimalist and modern take on classic terracotta planters, Hawkins New York&#8
Above: A minimalist and modern take on classic terracotta planters, Hawkins New York’s Footed Terra-Cotta Planters start at $25 on Food52.
In this inspiring book, Jennifer Jewell introduces 75 women who work with plants—including flower farmer Erin Benzakein, codirector of Soul Fire Farm Leah Penniman, and our very own Michelle Slatalla, the founder of Gardenista! The Earth in Her Hands is $3
Above: In this inspiring book, Jennifer Jewell introduces 75 women who work with plants—including flower farmer Erin Benzakein, codirector of Soul Fire Farm Leah Penniman, and our very own Michelle Slatalla, the founder of Gardenista! The Earth in Her Hands is $32.20 at Bookshop. 

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