Mother’s Day Gifts for the Gardening-Obsessed Mum

Is your Mum obsessed with gardening? Well, look no further, as we have put together a gardening gift guide for the perfect Mother's Day present.

Mother's Day is creeping up and you're thinking about what to get your Mum for her special day. Is your Mum obsessed with the outdoors, is she always talking to you about a new flower or planting technique that she has discovered? Is she always pining after the newest hanging basket that she has spotted at Bunnings? Branch out this year, here are our top picks for buying your Mum a gardening present this Mother's Day.

Don't work over-thyme, just have a browse through our guide.

Top gardening gifts for Mother's Day

Sphere Hanging Planter (Set of 6)
Welcome To My Garden Wooden Sign
Gardening gloves Emma, by Vintage Gardens
Fergis Planter (Set of 3)
Colourful Gummies Gum Boots
Adult Waterproof Apron
DIY Buddha Terrarium Kit
Ceramic Bird Fountain
Reclaimed French Wagon Oak Horizontal Planter Wal...
Personalised set of two wood gardening tools
RHS Gardening Through the Year
The Book Depository
A Fig at the Gate
Gardening Down-under
Vegetable and Fruit Gardening in Australia
Metal Flower Pot Hanging Balcony Garden Plant Pla...

Clare Cribbin

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