Kids Crate Garden Gift Bundle
This one is all aboutÂ healthy habits – weâ€™re talking getting theÂ kidsÂ out in the fresh air and growing. In this package you get everything you need to get started in the garden including gardening gloves for kids, a choice of seeds, some compost, a watering can and child-sized tools. A gift that should keep them entertained for months. Â£42.95, Plantabox.
Hedgehog Children’s Gardening Set
Another set that will be good fun in the garden, whether they’re making mud pies orÂ growingÂ veg. The pack contains aÂ a hoe, rake, planting shovel, a pair of gloves and a sturdy, dirt and moisture-resistant apron. The tools are light and have no sharp edges and are rendered in bright, primary colours. Â£17.50,Â Hortus Online.
Veg Seed Starter Pack
An ideal gift although it confuses me a little why it’s called the Dad and Me set. Anyway, this pack has a brilliant selection of summer season veg seeds and will bring delicious fresh flavours to family mealtimes for Dad, Me and everyone else. The seeds pack contains pumpkins, cress, sunflower and sweetcorn and looks fab. It’s beautifully presented and is on my new house must buy list!Â Â£ 45.00, Seed Pantry.
Junior Gardening Kit
Another one which is packagedÂ beautifully in recycled card, this kit contains a vasi terracotta pot, cotton gardening gloves, three garden tools, some tips for kids growing plants and planter sticks that are just cryingÂ out to be painted! Â Â£24, Little Ella James.
Story & Seed
I’ve added this one to my list as well. A fab idea from the Secret Seed Society (who we have featured before on BG), this gift for little green fingers is a bundle of four Story & Seed packs and includes Chrissie Cress, Mingo Mung Bean, Rudi Radish and Carla Carrot. Love it. Â£20.
Elephant Watering Can
I am rather partial to all things elephant, so am finding these watering cans pretty hard to resist! There are four colours to choose from, and they’ll also make a great paddling pool toy as well as gardening aid. Â£5, A Place for Everything.
And while you’re out thereÂ enjoyingÂ that garden, don’t forget to make your own bird feeders!