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  • Kelly Gillespie

    Rainy day garden kits

  • Hilotopia

    Ceramic baby boot planters

  • Jules Luca

    Rainy Day Garden | Best Kids’ Products of the Week February 24-28 | Everywhere - Looks good in a boot - Boot looks new too... -

  • C Vurdalak

    Maceta Bota de Cerámica | El Regalo Original

  • jennyeeSF

    Favor idea, rainy day boot garden! fredflare.com

  • What You Sow

    Rainy Day Mini Garden at What You Sow. Colourful ceramic welly boot planters packed with everything needed to start a garden except the rain! Inside the cute little boots are peat pucks and seed packs of either herbs or flowers. Just add rain (or tap water) to expand the peat, then sow the seeds. Soon the Rainy Day Garden will sprout and brighten any sunny spot. The Rainy Day Garden boots come in four colours: Red (wild strawberry) Yellow (camomile) Blue (mint) and Green (basil)

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