Gifts for (would-be) gardeners


In keeping with the Chelsea spirit – and Alex’s earlier post – I bring you pick of garden-inspired gifts.

I adore the print shop on the London Transport Museum website – there is a lot to covet. Prints cost from £9.95 unframed, but they also offer a framing service. These 1920 travel posters need to make their way into my home…


I have a set of Morris print gardening tools – which make getting my hands dirty a far more aesthetically pleasing process. The V&A online shop has this natty Rose Yellow set. And I have to confess I love the watering can (Wild & Wolf, £34.95, Bloomsbury Store), too. So, I’m a sucker for a floral print. Just call me Granny.

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I spotted Orla Kiely’s flowerpots at Kew Gardens shop – and promptly bought one as a Mother’s Day gift. I quite fancy this grey one (of course I do – I all about 50 shades of grey – when it comes to interiors, obviously).

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Striped Petal plant pot, £16.95, Big Summer Floral gardening gloves, £15, both Orla Kiely.

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