Last-Minute Christmas Gift for Gardeners

Last-Minute Christmas Gift for Gardeners

Looking for a last-minute Christmas gift for the gardeners in your family? Look no further than our gift recommendations for you to pick up right away and get your Christmas shopping done. Sometimes it can seem like an endless task with the need to come up with thoughtful, easy to buy and environmentally-friendly options for family and friends to enjoy. Thankfully gardeners generally like any gift with plants, so the options are many, from subscription boxes to tools and clothing to seeds. If it’s getting close to Christmas and you are wondering what to get, we’ve got some ideas for you below. 

  1. Box of seeds 
  2. Subscription 
  3. Winter shrubs 
  4. Propagation accessories
  5. Houseplants

1. A great last-minute Christmas gift for gardeners is a seedbox 

You will find some available that are already boxed up in a decorative seedbox, which is a great Christmas present that is quick to pick up and easy to wrap. For any gardener, receiving new seeds as a gift is always a pleasure, and Christmas is a great time of year to gift them, ready for sowing in spring. If you can’t find a pre-packed seedbox, you can pick up seed packets perfect for the recipient and then a nice tin or box to pop them in. 

2. Plants subscriptions are an option for a last-minute Christmas gift for gardeners 

If it’s very last minute and you have no time to get out to the shops, a plant subscription is a perfect idea! There are many options available:

  • individual houseplants delivered once a month for a period of your choosing;
  • plant care, including repotting your houseplants and caring for your green friends;
  • a gift box that might also include chocolate or other goodies. 

Look out for fantastic subscriptions to give as a gift this Christmas. Many gardeners enjoy any present relating to plants. 

3. Last-minute Christmas gift for gardeners includes winter shrubs 

In fact, any shrubs! Since now is the time to be planting, a winter shrub in full leaf, flowers, or bare-root plants can be lovely instant impact gifts. Viburnum, Skimmia, Mahonia and Daphne are all good options. Wrap the container with a big Christmas bow!

4. Propagation accessories are an easy last-minute Christmas gift for gardeners 

It can be helpful to have propagation tools and accessories when sowing seeds. Gardeners will love to receive propagation kits, including a seed tray and propagation lid with a vent on top, plus a dibber and labels for seed sowing.

5. The easiest last-minute Christmas gift for gardeners 

This has to be a houseplant! The options are endless, from plants in pots to pre-planted displays. You could even plant a pot up yourself and wrap it up with Christmas paper. From big, bold Monstera to pretty flowering Christmas Cactus. Here's a small list of pretty houseplants that any gardener will love: 

  • Spider plant
  • Aspidistras
  • Philodendron xanadu
  • Chrysalidocarpus
  • Pilea peperomioides

For all of your last-minute Christmas gifts, visit us in store for plants, accessories, and so much more!

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