If you always struggle to come up with a unique gift idea for Mother’s Day, here are our top six (6) gardening gifts for practical mum’s:
1. Potted fruit tree
It’s actually surprising how many dwarf fruit tree varieties are available at your local gardening expert. Depending on your temperate zone in Australia you can pot lemons, fig, apples, mulberry, limes and mango. Make sure you speak with your nursery person before purchase to ensure your purchasing the right plant for the job, they can probably assist you with potting up too or even delivery!
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2. Garden Wear
We all know how important it is to cover up when working outside and of course garden enthusiasts require additional ‘resources’, such as gumboots and garden gloves, to get the job done. There are some fabulous options available if you’re looking for something pretty.
Here are some garden wear ideas:
– Gum boots: black is out and colour is in! Gumboots are now available in lots of colours and prints, styles too are diverse with everything from ‘sliders’, ‘ankle’ to ‘full leg’ depending on what your mum prefers. ‘Gummies’ by Annabelle Trents is a popular brand stocked by garden centres.
3. Harvest Basket
Having a basket or bucket is really handy when your out in the garden picking flowers or harvesting produce. Look for something with a nice big handle, that’s well made, the last thing mum will want is her much loved peaches bruised on the floor!
4. Living Colour
Flowers and Mother’s Day just goes hand-in-hand, but rather then purchasing a bouquet from the florist, why not purchase her a living bouquet that will last for weeks……. Best of all, she might get a flower display more than once!
Ten (10) Living Colour Bouquets for Mother’s Day:
5. Indoor Plants
Adding plants to indoor spaces not only lifts a space visually, but research shows that indoor plants reduce stress and negative mood states in an office environment by 60%. Can you imagine what an indoor plant will do for mum!
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6. Garden Decor
Whether it’s a bird bath, wall hanging, water feature, sculpture, wind chimes or bench, it’s always exciting to add something new to the garden. If your unsure what to purchase, snap a photo of your mum’s garden and take it into a garden centre with you. This will assist nursery staff greatly in picking a garden decor item which fits with your mum’s garden theme and style.How to Grow Cyclamen