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    Gifts for the Gardener

    These are gifts I would love to give to my gardening friends, and maybe myself too, hehe. Be merry!

    Gifts for the Gardener

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    Flower inspiration by Ib Laursen.

    Nesting herb crates hung in kitchen eat-in area hold tabletop necessities (placemats, napkins, salt & pepper)

    Flower Pot Trees (Garden of Len & Barb Rosen) ourfairfieldhomea...

    Succulent garden

    DIY Inspiration: Töpfe mit Folie bekleben // home diy inspiration: how to stick flowerpots

    burlap and leather plant hangers


    DIY: floating shelf

    26 Mini Indoor Garden Ideas To Green Your HomeStudioAflo | Interior Design Ideas | StudioAflo | Interior Design Ideas

    Perfect for those gardeners and indoor plant enthusiasts.

    Perfect for those gardeners and indoor plant enthusiasts.

    Looking for a unique houseplant, try an air plant. We love Xerographica (variety pictured) air plants for their size, color, and interesting texture.

    Garden in glass. I really love the garden wall too! I hope to have a room like this one day...

    Real dandelion ring dandelion seed jewelry by RubyRobinBoutique


    DÍY lavender wreath project from Ali‘i Kula Lavender/The Maui Book of Lavender.

    I like this one because every time I say, oh, look at the frog, hubby says "it's a toad" :)

    Force bulbs in jars...♥ this in the winter

    Natural Spring Wreath with DIY monogram

    Easy Garden Hose Wreath Tutorial

    garden patio design idea , why not allow you cool modern minmal style to flow from the house onto your patio or outdoor seating area by painting the wall and the plant pots for your herbs , grasses and veggies all white succulents

    Give a lucky plant to friends and family this holiday.

    Bring life anywhere! So awesome!

    Floral Print Silicon Keyboard

    Terrariums "This trio of glass-and-concrete terrariums was created for a client's large dining room table. I used a selection of unusual and fuzzy-leaf kalanchoe plants, tillandsia, cholla cactus skeleton, mosses, and echeveria succulents. With Austin's hot climate, I prefer longer-lasting, more sustainable items for a centerpiece, especially since most cut flowers have to be flown in from far away."