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Gifts For Gardeners

What do you give someone who has garden fever?

Great Stocking Stuffer!

Come on in to Garden Fever for all of these great gifts for gardeners!

Swedish Dish Sponges - $6.99 each

Made in Sweden.

Reusable, biodegradable and beautiful.      One sponge replaces 17 rolls of paper towels! Many styles available.

Garden Fever Gift Certificates

A perfect gift & the easiest gift to buy!

Any amount!

Give us a call at the store and we'll mail it directly to the gift recipient! 503-287-3200

Paperwhites & Containers

Bulb + Gravel + Water = Swell Gift!

Available pre-made or easy DIY.

Come in to see a variety of containers!

Perfect gift for your favorite teacher.

Kei & Molly Flour Sack Dish Towels - $14.99 each

Hand printed with water-based ink, in Albuquerque, NM.

Kei & Molly are committed to creating good jobs for immigrants & refugees in their community. Their neighborhood is one of the city's most culturally vibrant & diverse, though still steeped in poverty. They aim to serve as an economic engine for their community, providing work, skills, & support for those looking to build a better life for themselves & their families.

Ruby Farms Pottery

Each pot is made by hand in Vancouver, WA.

A collaborative endeavor from Courtney Wilson & Nick DeCaro. Their pots are made for the people. Modern, functional, approachable handmade pottery. Irregular, Unpretentious. Earthy. Wonky Crude. Simple.

Prices vary by size & style. Come in to see our selection.

Hudson Valley Seeds - $3.99 per pack

From Accord, NY

Heirloom and open-pollinated seeds with beautiful garden themed contemporary art by artists from diverse backgrounds.

Native Ideals Seeds - $3.99 per pack

Grown in western Montana

Native wildflower seeds that save water, conserve pollinators and improve wildlife habitat.

Red Pig Tools

Hand forged in Oregon

The only blacksmiths in the US specializing in hand-forged garden tools for home gardeners, landscapers & farmers.

Made of steel & American Hickory. Heirloom quality tools that can be handed down to your garden-family successors.

Hand Trowel - $44.99

Hand Hoe - $42.99

Come in to see additional hand tool styles

A Bright Future 2022 12-Month Calendar

Made in Portland, OR. - $24.99

Unbound calendar hangs simply from the included nail.

8" x 12", 12 offset press, heavy-weight pages, unbound sheet, top-center hole. One 2" steel finish-nail included.

A note from the creators of this calendar:

Let's rebuild the image of a new tomorrow. A place where we can live & work together, & where decency & hard work win the day. For more progress to take root, soil needs preparing, foundations need laid, homework needs done & steps need to be taken - by everyday people - to carry the dream froward & hand it to future generations. Determined, decent & imaginative people make a difference, & this collection of messages speaks to them, to encourage them to see A Bright Future in 2022.

Books for young gardeners.

Butterflies Belong Here

by Deborah Hopkinson - $18.99

Illustrated by Meilo So

A powerful story of activism and hope focusing on the real change children can make in conservation and advocacy.

Over and Under the Rainforest

by Kate Messner - $18.99

Illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal

"Discover the wonder that lies hidden among the roots, above the winding rivers, and under the emerald leaves of the rainforest."

A great book for every gardener.

Birds of the Willamette Valley Region - $24.95

by Harry Nehls, Tom Aversa, & Hal Opperman

Here's your guide to the common birds of the Willamette valley Region. Excellent color pictures. Has been proven to be an excellent visual learning guide for toddlers, learning their birds & developing an appreciation for wildlife. Compact size makes it perfect as a field guide for hikes & camping trips in the beautiful Willamette Valley Region.

Puzzles for all the People in your life!

Gardening in the Pacific Northwest

The Complete Homeowner's Guide - $24.95

Local authors,

Paul Bonine

Amy Campion

Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt

by Kate Messner                                       $17.99

Illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal

"Up in the garden, the world is full of green - leaves and sprouts, growing vegetables, ripening fruit. But down in the dirt there is a busy world of earthworms digging, snakes hunting, skunks burrowing, and all the other animals that make a garden their home."

Felt Finger Puppets - $4.99 each

Elephant, Zebra, Fox, Reindeer, Lion, Owl, Racoon, and Monkey. Eight animals for story telling. Create tales of the jungle, the woods, the rainforest and the savanna.

Expert plantsman and NW native Paul Bonine knows all the insider tips for growing a spectacular garden in our region - on both sides of the mountains. Together with seasoned garden writer Amy Campion, he packs more than 25 years of wisdom into this definitive guide, from a comprehensive list of the best plants, to how to work with our diverse climates, seasons, and soils. Striking photographs showcase plants and how to use them in a variety of design styles.

This go-to manual should be on the shelf of every PNW gardener.

What do you give someone who has garden fever?

Good Dirt!

Good dirt for indoor or outdoor plants.

G&B Organics

Potting Soil

8 quart bag - $5.99

1 cubic foot bag - $7.99

2 cubic foot bag - $12.50

Recycled forest products, rice hulls, perlite, peat moss, composted chicken manure, bark fines, hydrolyzed feather meal, dehydrated chicken manure, worm castings, bat guano, kelp meal, alfalfa meal, oyster shell & dolomite limes.

G&B Organics Eden Valley Potting Soil

with BIOCHARmax

1.5 cubic foot bag - $17.99

Improves moisture retention to reduce frequent watering. Improves nutrient retention, attracting beneficial soil microbes. Improves plant and root development.

Peat moss, bark fines, perlite, sand, dehydrated poultry litter, gypsum, soft wood biochar, bat guano, worm castings.