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Etsy Favorites – Gardening Edition

This week I walked out to my garden to find this bush-star melon hiding out behind some leaves.  

My garden is definitely growing, which led me to choose some garden-inspired Etsy favorites this week:

Herb Garden Stakes by fromArtisanHands – prettier than the plastic ones that come with your plants, right?
Large Succulent Planter by JulieKnowlesPottery – beautiful handmade pottery
Pop Garden Scrappy Circles No. 4 by CarolinaPatchworks – love the color combination and texture
Gardening Gnomes – Set of 3 by seablanket – because every garden needs a gnome (or three)
Strawberries Original Photo Print by SimplyAesthetic – I hope my strawberries look like this!
Felt Vegetables Garden PDF Pattern by fairyfox – If you can’t grow vegetables, you can sew some!
Don’t forget to start posting your inspiring photos here!  I want to see them!
Alysa

8 Comments

  1. Sofia says:

    Loving the plant stakes and the succulent planter!

    Following you from Bloggy Moms

    Sofia
    http://frompdxwithlove.com

  2. Shauna says:

    Those are great! I have long dreamed of having a garden…wouldn't have a clue where to start, but someday, it will happen. Love the garden stakes. Those are beautiful. And the felt garden is so much fun! Thanks for sharing them.

  3. Alysa says:

    Thank you for coming on over Sofia!

    Shauna, so far gardening has been pretty easy. I'm sure you could do it!

  4. Nisha says:

    Love the garden stakes!

    You can grow things in Arizona? j/k (although impressed!)

  5. Chow and Chatter says:

    oh cool stuff

  6. rain says:

    Thanks for including us here in your garden inspired edition!!
    As you said to Shauna, gardening can be pretty easy.
    Give it a try no matter where you are.
    The Rain Family at AzureDandelion

  7. Rebecca says:

    Hi Alysa ~ Thank you for including me in such wonderful company. Love the look of the cosmic purple carrots and that melon…wish I had as good of luck with them here. Take care! Rebecca

  8. Alysa says:

    Yes, we can grow things here! Shocker, right? :)

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