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What's better than a terrarium? One that's also eco-friendly! Each wall terrarium is unique and made of 50 percent recycled glass. Add some fun, low-maintenance succulents for the ultimate display. $55
Marking your garden plants just got a whole lot easier with these reusuable, UV-resistant, soft rubber tags. Just grab a pen and start labeling! $13 for set of 6
A must-have tool for any gardener! The Soil Scoop not only keeps the soil in your scoop on the way to the container, but you also can use it to dig, weed, chop, cut, or plant in your garden. At only $18 a scoop, you can buy one for yourself and for all your gardening buddies.
Give the gift of winter blooms with a bag full of easy-to-grow paperwhites -- all they need is water! Mark it as a gift during checkout and save yourself a step: They'll add a big bow and a custom-made gift card! $14.95
We know gardening can be overwhelming -- especially for a newbie. Plant a seed in a budding garden enthusiast with Garden Rules, a book that offers short, snappy, easy-to-remember tidbits of advice. $9.95
For the friend looking to add a touch of Zen, a moss rock will create the perfect vibe. Living moss erects from an elegant ceramic container that comes in three different sizes and four different colors. Purchase one, or buy a few to create a calming display. $12.99-$34.99
Wrapped in trendy burlap, rosemary is always a welcome scent during the holiday season. Purchase this plant now and enjoy sprigs of rosemary well after the holidays have past. $55
Beautiful plants deserve beautiful containers, and these white-washed planters, inspired by designs from the 18th and 19th centuries, are just that -- beautiful! Designed by the well-known potter Guy Wolff and made to last, they're the perfect gift for any gardener on your list. $24.95
This planter is the perfect gift for your friend who loves to cook. Give her easy access to flavor-enhancing herbs right from the kitchen windowsill. The wooden window box comes with five preplanted herbs and a plastic liner. $82
We all know trying to design your garden and keep your sanity can be a challenge. Thankfully there are experts full of comical gardening advice such as Amanda Thomsen who can successfully walk you through the steps to create a landscape tailored to your needs, wants, and style.
Who doesn't love a hydrangea? For your favorite plant-lover, Bobo would make a great addition to any garden. A dwarf variety growing approximately 30" tall, this prolific bloomer showcases large white flowers from midsummer to fall. $34.95
This relaxing gift pack is sure to please anyone on your list! Let the therapeutic aroma of lavender carry the holiday stress away. The set includes lavender-scented body soap, lotion, and a potted lavender plant. $19.95
This new thornless raspberry variety -- Brazelberries -- is an absolute must-have for anyone looking to expand their edible garden (or for a friend who simply loves raspberries). Abundant raspberries sprout from a dwarf plant ideal for containers but well-suited for a full garden. And who knows? Maybe you'll get a raspberry pie as a thank-you! $31.95
Want your garden to stand out in comparison to your neighbors but not quite sure how to bring that personal touch? Helen Yoest has 50 fresh ideas on how to make your garden complement your personality.
Work through tough soil with ease using the Tulip Trowel. Its sharp, three-point design cuts through stray roots and works well for easily transplanting small plants and scooping soil into your containers. Made from boron steel, it's sure to last a lifetime. $39.90
No sunlight or water is required for these garden gems. Seattle designer Amy Mueller creates stunning faux-moss rings in her Living Jewelry collections. Hand-cut faux moss made of latex sprouts backed with foam is "planted" into the bezel settings of silver-plated rings. A sterling-silver pendant is also available. The rings are 20 mm in diameter and feature a 1/4-inch-wide band. Gather square ring: $25.
Select the Gift Pack for a sampler variety of cow manure, horse manure, and alfalfa natural teas. $19.95
Protect gardening chums' hands with high-performance gloves. Reinforced everywhere your hand comes in contact with tools or soil, the Classic Glove is ideal for planting, potting, and general cleanup. The tall cuff provides extra forearm protection. A lightly padded palm has silicon dots for added grip. The four-way stretch nylon mesh back improves ventilation and fit. And an adjustable wrist tab keeps out dirt and adds support. Machine-washable; available in four colors and five sizes, from extra-small to extra-large. $24.50
Help friends (or yourself!) determine which plants will thrive in a specific spot. With the EasyBloom Plant Sensor, you can diagnose an ailing plant and access information on more than 5,000 plants to create a custom plant library.
Place the sensor in a spot where you want to grow a plant or adjacent to a plant that needs monitoring. After 24 hours, plug the sensor into your USB port and upload the data. Windows or Mac OS X compatible. $38
Give a humanitarian gift in a gardening pal's name. Help promote global economic growth and a greener world with a donation to Oxfam America. You purchase an item in the name of a friend, the friend receives a personalized card, and your donation goes to those who need it most -- people living in poverty throughout the world. Gift items symbolically represent the work of Oxfam America in 120 countries.
Plant 100 trees: $60.
Donate a vegetable garden: $30.