Do you garden in your neck of the woods? Flowers, perennials, vegetables? The coming of springtime means gardening time for much of the nature lovers out there, and I'm so excited to share a few of my favorite things when it comes to gardening innovations and cute decor for your outdoor space.
I love whimsical items like a stone fairy door perfect to place in your garden, eco-friendly, innovative ideas like garden seed bombs, and beautiful garden journals, and I couldn’t wait to share to share these goodies with all of you.
Our modern chalkboard-style "Play In The Dirt" print is available in multiple options, like framed and unframed, canvas or print, and makes the perfect addition to the kitchen, porch, or garden shed of anyone with a green thumb.
All the fairies, pixies, and wee ones love to call this whimsical garden decor home. Handmade with stone by Laurel's Fairy Doors, this charming fairy garden door set is perfect to nestle among your wildflowers and perennials.
I really love this next product. These Garden Seed Bombs by DaveandAthena is a part of the new fad called Guerrilla Gardening, such an easy way to garden! Simply toss, water (or throw down just before it rains), and watch these beauties grow.
Add a personalized touch to everyday items with this customizable "I love gardening" stainless steel keychain from BrokeStudentDesigns. It's a perfect gift, and you can pair it with the perfect charm to match.
A three-year Garden Journal from TheFarWoods makes a great gift for your gardening friend AND for yourself. Instead of scrawling gardening notes on scraps of paper that get misplaced season after season, keep track of your planting, tending, harvesting, and even weather with this journal. There is space for three years side by side and graph paper for sketches in the back.
Or how about these Garden Vegetable Marker Stakes made of ceramic stoneware by BlueFishStudiosShop? Adorable. You can choose from a set of 4 or 6 and handpick the vegetable characters you want in your set. From carrots and strawberries, to lettuce and broccoli, these cute marker stakes will keep your seedlings identified and your garden adorable while doing it.
Finally, check out this beautiful air plant terrarium from NewDreamWorld. This teardrop terrarium is handmade with silicon glass so it is crystal clear and light. Hung from a thin hemp rope, you can add your own sand or filler, air plant, or other little decor to this hanging.
I hope you enjoyed this post of my favorite gardening things, and happy spring, my friends!