Next Event - Cumnor Christmas Fayre, East Sussex, Friday, 1st December

A festive harvest

When decorations look this good, why wait until Christmas to deck your halls? Choose from over forty garden-inspired ornaments starting from £5.

Gifts Galore

Christmas is coming and there's much to do. To save you time, I've curated some of the finest gifts for gardeners, guaranteed to bring joy on Christmas morning and for years to come.

With prices from £3.50 to £99, I've covered all the bases, including sensational stocking fillers and extra-special treats.

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future heirlooms

My Signature hand tools are manufactured in the Netherlands by a family-owned business making garden tools since 1898. Designed to last a lifetime, they will quickly become old favourites.

Starting at £12, they make excellent gifts for keen gardeners.

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Bowls of Beauty

Celebrate every last bloom, spray and frond by displaying them simply and stylishly in your home.

Choose from four different sizes of flower frog, starting from £10, and eight beautifully designed flower bowls, starting from £12. You can save by buying them as one of my perfectly-matched bundles.

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lovely glovely

Gardening gloves aren't just for keeping your delicate digits in perfect order. A good pair will protect your hands and wrists from thorns, splinters, pathogens and allergens, keeping them clean and dry in the process.

With prices starting at £6, you can afford to keep a pair in the shed and another in your pocket.

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perfect pruners

The Japanese know a thing or two about precision blades. Forged from hard-wearing steel, all the pruners in my range offer simplicity and efficiency. Free from bells and whistles, they look pretty cool too.

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