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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Christmas Gifts For The Gardener On Sherlock Street

I received a few Christmas gifts to support my gardening obsession...

A garden hose guide with a cute frog.


A garden hose guide with a pretty dragonfly.


A 2011 Old Farmer's Almanac Calendar where I'll write down when I plant vegetables, how much rain we receive, etc.  It has a lot of gardening "tidbits" on each page.


A book to help me help my plants.


11 comments:

  1. great gifts all-- and gifts another gardener would covet!

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  2. Great presents, I bet you smiled opening each one.

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  3. I love those hose guides! I know you will continue to love and enjoy these gifts all through the summer. Happy New Year!

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  4. That looks like a GREAT book!! I'm a do-it-yourself bookaholic!! And I really need to find some of those hose guides. .as I am starting to hook the mulitiple patches of plants now when I have to drag the hose. .which, in SW Ks. .is quite often!! I know you'll enjoy them much!

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  5. I need one of those What's Wrong With My Plant books!!!

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  6. Perfect gifts for a gardener! Happy New Year to you!

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  7. ~Martha
    I usually give a few hints.

    ~Darla
    Yes indeed.

    ~Gina
    Very much.

    ~Mildred
    I really need the hose guides.

    ~Bonnie
    Thanks.

    ~Melanie
    Adding more beds was the reason I need more hose guides. Sometimes, I forget and just start dragging and catch a plant. The book works like a flow chart...if you have this, go to page 16; if you see this go to page 21, etc. And, it has photos and drawings to help!

    ~IG
    Don't we all?

    ~tina
    Thanks, you too!

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  8. The good thing about gardeners is it's so easy to find presents for them. There's always something needed for the garden, or if not, something to read about it!

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