2009 Grow Indie Holiday Gift Guide

December 14, 2009 at 4:00 am 1 comment

1. Super fun, handcut sterling silver Bumblebee Necklace by Skylark Studios, $85.

2. Envirocycle Composter/Compost tea maker, made out of recycled materials. This ingenious composter is really well designed (just roll it every few days), and features a compost tea collector spout so you get the best of everything. Plus, no assembly required! It’s also good for smaller gardens or city dwellers, $176.28 (shipping included)

3. The self sufficient Earth Box is an easy way to grow vegetables just about anywhere. Made out of recycled materials, the Earthbox is weed free, self waters, and can be moved to a rooftop or placed in sunny spots, for an instant raised bed. $59.95 (includes soil and fertilizer).

4.Terrariums by Greenbriar.  These mossy little garden terrariums will have you seeing green all winter. Plus, they only need to be watered once a month, making it the perfect gift for even the serial houseplant killer (you know who you are). Set of 3, $34

5. Mantis Twin Composter. The cadillac of composters, the Mantis Twin holds huge amounts of kitchen scraps, churning out up to 25 cubic feet of compost. It features a large, double barrel that allows you to add scraps to one side, while the other side composts. $499

6. Grobal pots. Your plants will love these  mod-inspired pots—plus they are self watering! $24.95

7. Champion 2000+ Juicer. The champion makes short work of your bumper crop of vegetables, and is great for juicing carrots, beets, greens and more. Plus, with no pulp tray, it makes cleanup really fast and easy. $275


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  • 1. fartygirl  |  January 2, 2010 at 9:36 pm

    I love that bee necklace. Now if I only had $85!!! It might be cheaper just to get a tattoo of it. 🙂

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