Gift ideas for the budding botanist

October 31, 2014

Who'd have thought to put flowers in an umbrella and hang them on a door? But don't you agree, it's a pretty nifty idea and would make a fabulous gift?
If you're struggling to find the perfect present for the home botanist/ gardener/plant-lover that you know and want to give them something longer lasting than flowers, we've selected a few of our favourite things we think they would love ... 
Clockwise, from top left: Solar Jar that charges in the sun during the day for an ambient evening setting $29.95; Mini Glass Paper Lanterns light up any occasion  $19.95; Cracked Log Lamps by Tasmanian designer Duncan Meerding blend the rustic with the modern $280; sunny yellow flower pot made from upcycled buttons and resin $85; Sprout, the pencil you can plant, is the ultimate sustainable stationery $35 for a pack of eight.



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