Gardening Easter Basket

By April 9, 2014Crafts, DIY Projects, Gardening

Easter baskets come in all shapes and sizes, and using your creativity to fill them is part of the fun. Wouldn’t the special Gardener in your life be thrilled to receive this Easter Basket?

Easter Basket for the Gardener | Details on HoosierHomemade.com

Even though my boys are a bit older, I still create Easter Baskets for them. Doug and I were chatting recently about Easter and how sometimes the celebration of baskets filled with goodies are sometimes limited to only the kids. We began thinking of alternatives to what you might consider a traditional Easter basket. After a bit we decided it would be fun to put a gardening themed Easter basket together to give to that special gardener in your life.

Besides baking, one of my favorite past times, is gardening. My Mom and Dad were both avid gardeners, I received my love for gardening from them. We also have several family members and friends who love gardening.

Easter Basket for the Gardener | Details on HoosierHomemade.com

Gardening Easter Basket Supplies

  • MAINSTAYS 16 inch Wide Metal Coco Basket
  • Expert Gardener Potting Soil
  • Gerber Daisy
  • Primrose Plants {3}
  • Bonnie Plants Herbs {2} we bought Sweet Basil and Rosemary
  • Midwest Gloves & Gear Gardening Gloves
  • FERRY~MORSE Seeds
  • FISKARS Fibercomp Trowel and Cultivator
  • Chocolate Easter Bunny {optional}

We just placed all the plants in the basket and then tucked the extra supplies in around them. Add a bag of potting soil, so that your gardener has all the necessary supplies to dig in and get planting.

Easter Basket for the Gardener | Details on HoosierHomemade.com

The fun thing is, this Gardening Basket is not limited to Easter time. Perhaps create one for Mom on Mother’s Day or Dad on Father’s Day. Really, any holiday will do, be create and you are sure to bring a smile to that special someone’s face!

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