Garden Media Group shares gardening gift ideas every mom will love
PHILADELPHIA, April 11, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Make this year and every year special for Mom by giving her the best she deserves. Imagine the smile on her face when she receives a beautiful gardening gift that will make her home and garden blossom for months and even years to come. Don't settle for less than the perfect gift for the amazing woman who has always been there for you.
- White Wedding® Hydrangea from Southern Living® Plant Collection
A bouquet from the store comes and goes, but this gorgeous flower-filled hydrangea produces beautiful blooms in Mom's garden month after month. White Wedding® Hydrangea from Southern Living® Plant Collection produces spectacular masses of pillow-like white blooms from midsummer to fall with remarkably easy care. Cold-hardy (USDA Zones 4-8) and compact, its strong stems defeat drooping to support White Wedding's large white conical blooms, which also make fabulous cut flowers. This versatile full sun plant offers a range of uses, from flower-filled containers and cutting gardens to woodland settings, reaching 4-6' high by 3-5' wide.
- Support Baby Pollinators
If you love pollinators as much as us, you'll know they love native plants. But we don't love the stress of trying to find the right plants for the right region. Garden for Wildlife, from the National Wildlife Federation, has curated collections of keystone native plants that support the most species of bees, birds, and butterflies – and all selected by region. These beautiful blooms are proven to double wildlife in just one season and add variety, color, and texture. Once they arrive, grab a shovel and help mom plant with a purpose.
- Autumn Fire® from Encore® Azalea
Trendy magenta blooms will light a fire in Mom's heart this spring with Autumn Fire® Encore® Azalea. Autumn Fire produces season after season of spectacular semi-double crimson flowers, blooming spring through fall. And the color show doesn't stop when the temperatures drop: Autumn Fire's foliage deepens to a jewel-like purple bronze in winter in a stunning display. With a petite size averaging 2.5' high, Autumn Fire is perfect for containers or mass plantings, and thrives in USDA Zone 6A and above in settings with 4 to 6 hours of direct sun.
- Jackson & Perkins Bella'roma Hybrid Tea Rose
Stop and smell the roses with this splendid Jackson & Perkins' hybrid tea rose. Just as beautiful as its name suggests, Bella'roma is perfect for moms who love perfume. The high-centered blooms, containing up to 30 warm-yellow petals, with edges in blushing rich pink, emit a powerful traditional rose scent.
- Park Seed's Flower Seed Bio Dome Collection
Park's Bio Dome and Flower Seed Collection is an excellent choice for moms! Any gardener—beginner or seasoned pro—will love it, but it's also a fantastic gift for the whole family, perfect for a family project. It's a tremendous tool for teaching children how things grow, helping them appreciate the time and care it takes to sprout seedlings they planted themselves. And think of the experiments you can do. Did someone say at-home science fair? This collection includes the original 60-cell Bio Dome and 8 seed packets to grow some of the most robust and easy-to-grow classic garden favorites.
- Petite Knock Out Rose
A new petite rose is sure to win Mom over. Star Roses & Plants' new Petite Knock Out Rose is the first-ever miniature Knock Out® Rose. It has the same flowering ability, bright color, and easy maintenance as The Knock Out® Rose, now in a revolutionary, petite size. Mom can plant it in a decorative container for her porch or patio or in mass for a dramatic pop of bold red color in her garden.
- Mom Downsize Recently?
The Folding Watering Can and Collapsible Bucket from Centurion were created with storage and mobility in mind. Their heavy-duty, non-porous silicone material offers superior strength, while the foldable and detachable parts allow freedom to use these products in any space. The Folding Bucket is perfect for gardening, boating, and camping, while the Watering Can doubles as a storage container.
- Give Now, Enjoy for Months
Summer bulbs, such as lilies and dahlias, offer a chance to extend the Mother's Day experience. A gift of bulbs in May promises beautiful blooms to enjoy with Mom in the summer months. Make planting a summer bulb garden with Mom and the kids or grandchildren a new spring tradition. Or, pot up a few summer bulbs in a glazed pot for her to watch them grow. She'll love the anticipation of summer and of the date the family gathers again to see how the garden has grown. Available at your local garden center.
- Hearts Abound with Anthuriums
For the busy mom who doesn't have a lot of time on her hands, give her a beautiful Costa Farms anthurium houseplant that blooms almost all year long if it gets enough light, fertilizer, and moisture. This cheery houseplant offers glossy, green heart-shaped leaves topped by brightly colored heart-shaped red, pink, or white long-lasting blooms. The brightly colored flowers make anthuriums perfect plants for centerpieces and tabletops.
- Floating Planters for Mom's with European Style
Does mom seem to have no more space for plants? Give her the ability to grow UP with Railscape planters from PlantTraps. These innovative planters clip securely onto railings and fences, providing a sturdy and stylish solution for adding greenery to any balcony, deck or porch. Made from durable and weather-resistant materials, Railscape planters are available in black and white, allowing you to customize the perfect gift for your mom's unique taste and space.
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Katie Dubow, Garden Media Group, 6104443040, [email protected]
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