Fabulous Christmas gift ideas: Green fingers
Feast your eyes on part one of our ultimate Christmas gift guide: this week, terrific toys for boys and girls, foodie treats, addictive gadgets, literary treasures and much more…
Saturday 26 November 2011
1. Lace-up gum boots, £120, Celtic Sheepskin
2. 'The Plant Hunters' book, £20, Kew Gardens shop
3. Eames black bird, £108, The Design Museum; frame, £9, John Lewis
4. Gardening gloves, £25, Kew Gardens shop
5. Eden Project twin planter chilli set, £15, John Lewis
6. Bronze duckling watering can, £19, Kew Gardens shop
7. Eva Solo self-watering herb pots, £25.50, John Lewis
8. Luxury flower basket, £25, Marks & Spencer
9. Garden line, £12, Kew Gardens shop
10. Animal head terracotta planter, £24.95, Graham & Green
11. Seed packets, £3.25 each, The Balcony Gardener
12. Floral Birdhouse Object, £25, V&A
13. Stella McCartney gardening bustier, £86, and briefs, £65, Fox & Rose
14. 'Hampton Gardens' book, £95, Liberty
15. Gardeners' hand wash, £9, The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers
16. Gnome jumper, £65, Cath Kidston
17. Flower arranging evening course voucher, £95, The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers
18. Mexican garden rocking chair, £425, Graham & Green
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