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Christmas Gifts III - Last Minute

The best gift of all for the gardener you love: A membership at the local botanical garden -- a gift that will give someone pleasure for months to come. If there's not a great local garden in your area, then a membership to The Garden Conservancy Use...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 17, 2015

Christmas Gifts II - 2015

Desert Botanical Garden Succulents Old-Fashioned Glass 15 oz. frosted old-fashioned glass with succulents design and garden logo. Also available, 18.5 oz wine glasses and 1.5 oz shot glasses Chicago Botanic Garden: Hollyberry items: Pillow, apron, tr...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 15, 2015

Christmas Gifts I - 2015

All these available from the NY Botanical Garden online Gift Shop. Earthenware Acorn Squash Bowl. Made from a mold of a real vegetable, it's hand painted with non-toxic glazes, safe for food and the dishwasher. Christmas-y placemats Set of 4 cork-bac...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 13, 2015

Christmas Gifts VI

The best gift of all for your gardening and design friends ... a gift certificate membership to the garden of your choice. And some gardens -- like the Huntington in California and the Pennsylvania Hort in Philadelphia -- will combine the membership...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 16, 2014

Christmas Gifts IV - Luxe

From Boxhill, the Solfire Outdoor Firepit is kind of like a circular firescreen. It comes in many colors, including red, blue, white, charcoal and more, and is fueled either by propane or natural gas. It's 24 inches deep, 17.5 inches high, and the fi...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 7, 2014

Christmas Gifts III - 2014

The following are from the New York Botanical Garden Online Gift Shop: Footed Forcing Bowl Nice design for forcing bulbs in early spring, when nothing outside is yet beginning to pop up. Height with feet is five inches. Eight inch diameter, mid secti...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 2, 2014

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by loylit.com on Aug 27, 2014

What We’re Loving… Father’s Day Edition

With Father’s Day fast approaching, this month’s what we’re loving is full of ideas for your Daddy! My Dad is particularly hard to buy for. All he really wants is a quadbike and really that’s a bit outwith my budget! So here...
by Strupag on May 30, 2014

Soy Candle With A Ring Inside

$5 off your first order all natural soy candle that has a ring inside each candle. The ring appears once you have burned the candle down a little. Eco-conscious soy candle line that is sophisticated and refined, yet, affordable and festive. Prize can...
by Mstraightnocut on May 28, 2014

Japanese garden elements that You Must Apply to Your Garden

What if the concept of exotic Japanese garden you want to apply to your dwelling, there are some basic principles of Japanese garden you must understand, that the Japanese garden has some basic elements that became his trademark: 1. Element of water...
by Home Garden Air on Mar 29, 2014

Tips in Creating an Eco Friendly Garden

Gardens are environmentally friendly if it is able to function optimally. This element can be used not only support estetikabangunan, also fully functional on the surrounding environment. Tropical country would need a garden that can absorb heat and...
by Home Garden Air on Mar 26, 2014

Teach Kids How To Grow Lunch

I am desperately trying to find new ways to get my kids excited about eating healthier.  They are relatively pretty good eaters, but since I am a future Registered Dietitian (RD) there is always room for improvement!  This spring, I am planning to...
by Sweep Tight on Jan 26, 2014

Books: Christmas IV

Here are my favorites from this year, all worth having on your bookshelf: If you're getting a gardener/designer just one book, get them this one: Fine Foliage: Elegant Plant Combinations for Garden and Container (St. Lynn's Press, 2013) by Karen Chap...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 17, 2013

Christmas Gifts IV - 2013: Tools

After I bought this soil knife from AM Leonard, I gave away all my other weeders. This is the only tool you'll ever need to dig out weeds, and it works better than anything else I've ever tried. (And believe me, I've tried them all). It works great a...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 15, 2013

Christmas Gifts III - 2013

From The Huntington Shop in San Marino, CA: A cheerful tea-brewing system decorated with cherry blossoms. It's a double-walled tumbler with a stainless steel tea influser that takes loose tea - and with a ceramic lid. The double wall helps keep the t...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 10, 2013

Christmas Gifts II - 2013

From Bent Into Shape: click to enlarge photos Flower Luminary A hand-crafted luminary that also comes in a sea grass design -- perfect for the patio or deck on cool evenings. They run on denatured alcohol (burning time up to four hours) a clean-burni...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 5, 2013

Christmas Gifts I - 2013

click to enlarge images One of my favorite shops is the one at the New York Botanical Garden Filix Botanica coffee mugs are patterned after fern illustrations in the garden's LuEsther T. Mertz Library. Also available in the same pattern are plates, p...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 3, 2013

Christmas Gifts 2012 - V

Give a gift certificate from your favorite local botanical garden to the gardener of your choice ... you can't go wrong with this gift ... the recipient can choose what he or she likes, and the the proceeds go to support the local garden. It's always...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 18, 2012

Christmas Gifts 2012 - IV

Garden Wheels from Womans Work: These handy weather-proof wheels can be taken right out into the garden where they can be used to plan the border, etc. On the perennial wheel shown here, plants are organized by height, along with info on sun exposure...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 16, 2012

Christmas Gifts 2012 - III

photo: McKinnon A quirky new garden chair from McKinnon and Harris ... this is the Benedict Gothic Revival Chair. And Gothic is very popular in many quarters these days. Yes, this funiture is very expensive, and sold to the trade ... but if you're a...
by Garden Design Online on Dec 11, 2012


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