A Gift For Every Gardener

A Gift For Every Gardener

Looking for a special gift for the gardener in your life Or would you like to encourage a green-thumb-to-be on their new gardening journey? Here are our top gift ideas to make choosing Christmas presents this year easy.

 Indoor Plant + Care Pack

  • A fully revised and updated edition of the Yates Garden Guide is out now. With over 7 million copies sold since it was first published in 1895, it contains a wealth of gardening information. With chapters on planning gardens, choosing feature plants and growing trees and shrubs, creating productive vegie gardens, solving the most common garden problems, guides on what to sow and grow throughout the year, organic gardening, growing lush green lawns and general garden maintenance, it's a comprehensive guide for beginner and experienced gardeners alike. Available at book and department stores and through online booksellers. RRP $45.
  • The good gardening reads continue with the 'Yates Top 50' series of books. Yates Top 50 Indoor Plants and how NOT to kill them details how to care for 50 of the most popular indoor plants. And Yates Top 50 Edible Plants for Pots and how NOT to kill them contains easy to follow information on how to successfully grow 50 delicious edible vegies, herbs and fruit in pots. RRP $35.

Or perhaps a pretty in pink collection, including Yates Accent on Pink, Yates Cosmos Sensation and Yates Dianthus Double Pinks.


Extra Christmas Garden Ideas

In the lead up to Christmas, garden centres will be filled with colourful potted plants that make beautiful gifts. Vibrant red poinsettias are super Christmassy or there are also pretty pastel pink and white poinsettia varieties. Or what about a beautiful hanging basket filled with a cascading calibrachoa, a potted Australian native NSW Christmas bush or a hydrangea in full stunning bloom. Christmas sorted!

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