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Garden Goodness Gift Guide

2. Grow Kits for Kids Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? Each kit includes easy-to-follow instructions, seeds, coconut fiber starter pots, dried compost disks, and wooden plant markers, so you can remember what is growing in which pot. $13,

3. Micro-Greens Kits You could call it a windowsill planter, or a tiny farm; either way, you’ll be practicing full-on agriculture with these cleverly designed kits. Sowing, sprouting, growing and harvesting your mini-field of salad-ready, USDA-certified organic sprouts will take just 7-14 days. $40 for kit, $8 for seeds,

4. Butterfly Puddler Attract your neighborhood beauties with this sand-and-water puddler, designed to hold on to natural minerals after water evaporates. Its shallow well of recycled glass holds sand or rock salt along with a teaspoon of water. When the water evaporates (in under a day), butterflies are attracted to the minerals left behind from the hard water and sand/salt. Once butterflies know where they can find these minerals, they return regularly. $40,

5. All A Flutter Rough recycled steel is given a light touch in this elegant lawn sculpture by metalsmith Fred Conlon. Using bent sheets of reclaimed surplus steel, Fred fashions a spring-bound hummingbird that flits to a blooming tulip. Juxtaposing industrial elements with an elegant natural scene, this charming stake sends whimsy winging in your yard or garden.  $90,

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