This year, get your fave crazy plant lady what she *really* wants so she can keep pruning and misting in style. Click through for the very best in gardening gifts
that are sure to score you two (green) thumbs up.
Terrain Tinted Glass Plant Mister ($14):
Think beyond the usual watering can and opt for a choice that's a bit more refined. This pink and brass beauty provides a gentle spray for humidity-loving plants like orchids or ferns and also works well for that glass terrarium she's been tinkering with.
Modern Sprout Pollinator Push Garden ($18, set of 3)
: When push comes to shove, you can never go wrong with a gift that gives back. Each canister includes wildflower seeds specific to certain pollinators (we're looking at you, hummingbird!), nutrient-rich grow medium, and instructions for planting a one-square-foot garden patch. Plus, 10 percent of the proceeds are donated to help protect endangered pollinators and their ecosystems.
CB2 Monroe Monstera Leaves Wall Decor ($249):
You know she's already a frequent gawker and contributor to #MonsteraMonday. Help her take her obsession to the wall with brushed brass art that requires zero watering.
Terrain Pewter Herb Marking Set ($98 for five):
Every herb garden needs markers to keep it in line. This luxe version, made for indoors or out, is made from natural plant cuttings (like real rosemary!) cast in pewter and finished with antique bronze.
Society 6 Carry-All Pouch in Small ($16):
Whether she uses it to carry her seed packets or her bits and baubles, this palm pouch will let her rep her greenery-loving status in the most stylish way. It's available in three sizes (with the largest big enough to fit an iPad) and she'll definitely dig the gorgeous watercolor design.
Dayna B Glass Terrarium ($40):
Add to her growing container collection with a geometric terrarium that will showcase a miniature garden guaranteed to look stunning from every angle.
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