Gifts for Plant Lovers

The Best Gifts for Plant Lovers

Searching for a gift for the plant parent in your life? From fun little botanical accessories, to wall art and days out, these gift ideas are sure to say I aloe you very much.

Concrete plant pots – Beard & Daisies

1. Tapered Concrete Plant Pot

"I have too many pots", said no one ever. These slick concrete pots will look good in any collection. Is there anything cooler than cement?

£10.99+ at Beards & Daisies.
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Plant Animal Hangers – Etsy

2. Plant Animal Decorations

A cute little gang of critters, etched in metal, with bendable paws and feet to hang out on your plants. I'll take all 12, thanks.

£5.95 at Another Studio on Etsy.
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Soil Moisture Meter – Hortology

3. Soil Moisture Meter

We're all guilty of smothering with too much love (or heaven forbid, neglect). Avoid the devastation with this handy soil moisture meter and never over / under water again.

£8.99 at Hortology.
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House Plants Art Prints Botanical Wall Art

4. House Plants Prints

Fun and functional plant-spired prints? Yes please! (Ok, so we may be a little bit biased...)

£18+ at Everlong Print Co. (Yep! That's us!)
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Plant Mom and Plant Dad Badges

5. Plant Mom & Dad Badges

Badges for the proud plant parents.

£10.05 at Love and Paper NY on Etsy.
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Mid Century Plant Stand – Etsy

6. Mid Century Plant Stand

Up your plant Insta game with this minimalist design classic. The stands are hand crafted to order – we love the walnut ones but you can also get them in solid oak too.

£38+ at Inner Studio Workshop on Etsy.
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Frosted Glass Plant Mister – Hortology

7. Frosted Glass Plant Mister

Up your misting game with this little treat. Spray, delay and walk away!

£4.99 at Hortology.
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Water Me Plant Marker – Etsy

8. Water Me Plant Marker

We all know that friend who just can't keep their plants alive. I think I might be that friend too.

£25 at The Letter Loft UK on Etsy.
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The Little Book of House Plants and The Little Book of Cacti and Other Succulents – Amazon

9. The Little Book of House Plants and Other Greenery

(and The Little Book of Cacti and Other Succulents)

Everyone knows the Swiss Cheese Plant but only a true plant geek knows it's Latin alter-ego of 'Monstera Deliciosa'. Brush up on all your plant knowledge with these cute little coffee table reads. They contain all the information you'll need to help your little guys thrive.

£6.50 at Amazon.
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Concrete Magnetic Planters – Oliver Bonas

9. Concrete Magnetic Planters

If there was ever an excuse for more plants, it's these little magnetic planters. Grow your own succulents and give them pride of place on your fridge. Take my money!

£15 at Oliver Bonas.
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Monstera Leaf Coasters – Etsy

10. Monstera Coasters (set of 4)

Nothing screams crazy plant lover more than putting your drinks on a bit of perspex cut into a monstera leaf.

£17 at Finest Imaginary on Etsy.
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Cactus Enamel Pin Badge – Etsy

11. Cactus Pin Badge

Careful you don't prick yourself on this fun little enamel badge!

£6 at Crafty Cactus Company on Etsy.
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Terrarium Workshops – London

12. Terrarium Workshops

Get your plant friend's fingers dirty and get stuck in with this workshop where you'll build your own terrarium. Learn how these self-contained ecosystems survive so well on their own and how to look after them.

£40+ at London Terrariums.
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Visit Kew Gardens London

13. Visit the world-famous Kew Gardens

Get inspired at the largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the world. That's over 50,000 living plants FYI. #PlantGoals.

£12.50 at Kew Gardens.
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Indoor Plant Gift Subscription – Bloombox Club

14. Indoor Plant Gift Subscription

Or how about just even more plants! A gift that literally keeps on giving each month.

£100+ at Bloom Box Club.
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