Product Review: Great Gifts for Plant Lovers

I received a couple of items for review that make great gifts for plant lovers, including a stainless-steel watering can and ‘Water from a Stone.’  Read on to see my reviews of these products.

My Review – Stainless Steel Watering Can, £35 from Kikkerland

I love this watering can, it is so cute! The design is modern and elegant, and the watering can is small, so it is perfect for watering my seedlings and the flowers I keep in a tall vase in my living room. It makes a nice decorative item sitting on its own as well, so you wouldn’t to hide it in a cupboard.

About the Product – Beautiful vintage watering can.

My Review – Water from a Stone, £13.81 from Amazon

These stones are beautiful to look at. They are delicate and elegant, and I think it is a great idea to put them in a plant pot and allow them to dispense water gradually. These would be a great gift for people who travel frequently, then they wouldn’t need to send people to their homes to water the plants!    

About the Product – Keep your plants perfectly watered! Water from a stone slowly lets water out into your planter over the course of 3 – 4 days. Beautifully made from hand blown glass with a cork stopper. Available as a box of two stones or a box of one crystal.

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