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Garden Kits for Holiday Gifts

Simplify your holiday shopping this year. Give garden kits to those gardeners on your holiday shopping list. Whether the gardener grows plants indoors or outside, thereís something to suit each individualís needs.

The Amberís Garden seed mats make ideal gifts. The seeds are embedded in a mat. This is rolled out onto the soil. Or, it can be cut up into individual pieces for container gardens. Amberís Garden has seven different garden mats. Among the edibles are a salsa garden, a salad garden, an herb garden, and a summer crop veggie/herb garden. There are also several specialty gardens. These include a pumpkin patch and gourd garden. The sunflower garden features sunflower varieties with seeds that are especially suitable for eating.

The Gifts That Bloom brand has an unbelievable assortment of garden kits. Some are intended for holidays and special occasions, while others are suitable for year-round use. This brand includes both Bags That Bloom and the Cans That Bloom lines.

All of the Gifts That Bloom kits come with an attractive, leakproof container filled with potting soil and seed. The gardener just provides water and sunlight. These kits can be started early indoors. With this brand, you can choose from many kinds of garden seeds. Perfect for the beginner, these kits are guaranteed to grow or the seed are replaced free of charge.

The DuneCraft brand of garden kits has one to suit every need. Many of these include a terrarium-style plastic planter with a clear plastic dome lid. The kits include potting soil and seeds as well as the container. For Christmas, thereís a Grow Your Own Pine Tree kit with pine seeds, and potting soil in a biodegradable pot. There is also an Easy to Sprout Pine Tree kit in one of the plastic planters.

There is a DuneCraft garden kit for every budget and gardening theme. You can choose from indoor and outdoor plants, some of which are exotic. Themes include Zen grass gardens, fairy gardens, and a bonsai garden.

Pop-Up Gardens are very attractive garden gift kits. Sold in a colorful self-mailer, this features a plastic planting tray with a saucer, compressed peat moss, and seeds. This line includes a wide variety of herbs and flowers. All the gardener has to do is pop the garden open and add water.

The Noted line of garden kits is just wonderful for gifts. Whether you choose the Matchstick Gardens or the Petit Coco Herb Pot Kits, these will be very well received. The Eggling and the Taterpot kits are some of the better known ones from Noted.

The Potting Shed Creations introduced some of the earliest garden gift kits. These include the Garden-in-a-Bag, Blooms in a Bag, and Trees to Be kits. You can choose from a wide range of seeds.
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