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Coffee plant in retro can. Picture; Suttons
Coffee plant in retro can. Picture; Suttons

Presents the houseplant gardener will love

Here’s the last instalment of gardening gifts for Christmas – presents for indoor gardeners (see also stocking fillers, main gifts and children’s gardening. Growing houseplants has become fashionable again – so enjoy these plants and presents all year round!

Full of beans

Coffee Plant in Retro Can (main image): Coffee plants make attractive houseplants and in 3-4 years, you could get fruit. Tin designs may vary, 12cm, £14.99, www.suttons.co.uk.

Garden Time Herb Garden Windowsill Kit. Picture; Mr Fothergill's
Garden Time Herb Garden Windowsill Kit. Picture; Mr Fothergill’s

A garden on your windowsill

Garden Time Windowsill Kits: Choose from Herb Garden, Fragrant Garden, Strawberry Garden and Sunflower Garden – each with a galvanised metal windowsill container, seeds, compost and instructions, £7.95, www.mr-fothergills.co.uk.

Yula watering can and pots. Picture; Lechuza
Yula watering can (matching pots available). Picture; Lechuza

Simple watering system

Yula watering can and planters: In two colour combinations (pistachio/white, and grey/white) and a semi-gloss finish, two planters and a matching watering can are available. Planters use the Lechuza wick watering system that simplifies plant care, £9.99 to £19.99, www.lechuza.co.uk.

Marble-effect stone container with free plant. Picture; Dobies
Marble-effect stone container with free plant. Picture; Dobies

Marble-effect container with free plant

Stone plant container: Crafted from marble-effect stone, in various colours. The 18cm planter fits 9cm plants. Pick your FREE 9cm succulent plant from – Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Jade, Beaucarnea Recurvata, Sansevieria Cylindrica Braid, Sansevieria Zeylanica (Snake Skin Plant) or Sansevieria Cylindrica Fan, £17.99, www.dobies.co.uk.

Cacti trio. Picture; Thompson & Morgan
Cacti trio. Picture; Thompson & Morgan

Collection of cacti

Cactus Mixed Collection: Three cacti supplied in 5.5cm (2in) zinc pots (designs may vary). Varieties selected to include a mix of range currently available, £12.99, www.thompson-morgan.com.

Set of three woven plant pots. Picture; Garden Trading
Set of three woven plant pots. Picture; Garden Trading

Jute plant pots set

Set Of 3 Woven Plant Pots: Made of jute and ideal for a lover of houseplants, £18.50, www.gardentrading.co.uk.

FERM Living plant stand and pot. Picture; Cloudberry Living
FERM Living plant stand and pot. Picture; Cloudberry Living

Danish designer plant stand and pot

Ferm LIVING – Plant Stand And Sekki Plant Pot: Elegant black plant stands from the Danish designer brand, £32; shown with Sekki Charcoal pots large, £42, www.cloudberryliving.co.uk.

Curved terracotta pot. Picture; Scaramanga Shop
Curved terracotta pot. Picture; Scaramanga Shop

Terracotta pot

Scaramanga – Curved Terracotta Plant Pot, large: Rustic 16cm diameter pot, hand-thrown in natural terracotta clay and kiln-fired, £7, www.scaramangashop.co.uk.

5-litre watering can. Picture; Hurn & Hurn
5-litre watering can. Picture; Hurn & Hurn

Can the can

Watering Can: A 5-litre steel watering can in carbon black, finished with a brass rose, £30, www.hurnandhurn.com.

Designs created with White Posca Pen. Picture; Mitsubishi Pencil Company
Designs created with White Posca Pen. Picture; Mitsubishi Pencil Company

Update old pots

White Posca Pen, Mitsubishi Pencil Company: Embrace indoor gardening and update old pots. Each pen contains non-toxic water-based paint which can be used on metal, wood, glass, plastic, plaster, canvas, fabric and more. To make permanent on terracotta, bake in the oven at 220°C for 45 minutes, then spray with clear varnish, £2.69, www.uniball.co.uk.

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Mandy Watson is a freelance journalist and an incurable plantaholic. MandyCanUDigIt grew from the tiny seed of a Twitter account into the rainforest of information you see before you. Gardening columnist for the Sunderland Echo, Shields Gazette and Hartlepool Mail and editor of the Teesdale Mercury Magazine. Attracted by anything rebellious, exotic and nerdy, even after all these years. Passionate about northern England and gardens everywhere. Falls over a lot.

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