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Perfect gifts for gardeners

Struggling to find that perfect gardening gift for Christmas, a special birthday, Mother's Day or Father's day? Go green and buy the gardener in your family an ethical charity gift this year. 

We’ve something for everyone and you can even email your loved one their gift making it ideal for last minute shoppers too! 

Here are our top World Gifts for gardeners:  

Vegetable garden - £10

Buy a Vegetable garden and you will help a family who is facing difficult farming conditions so they can plant and maintain their own vegetable garden. 

Happy queen bee - £4

Happy queen beeWorld Gifts Happy queen bee is that perfect stocking filler and little extra that will be sure to go down a treat. Everyone loves bees and honey! You can help provide beekeeping equipment to poor families, more buzzy bees mean more honey to eat and sell. And as everyone also knows, honey is the perfect remedy to help fight infections too making the world of difference to families living in poverty.

Drought resistant crops - £12

Drought resistant cropsDrought resistant crops are an ideal virtual gift for the gardener in your family. This World Gift will provide training and seeds that allow farmers facing the difficult and unprecedented effects of climate change to plant more resilient crops to grow and sell at market.  

Trees for life - £7

Trees for lifeOur new World Gift, Trees for life will supply people like Tabitha in Kenya saplings, seeds and tools so that she can grow fruit trees at the bottom of her farm. 

Squirming worms - £12

Squirming wormsSquirming worms will definitely bring a smile to that uncle and aunt who have got all they need. Do you know people who are difficult to buy for every year? Why not buy our Squirming worms World Gift and be sure to tickle everyone with laughter.  Worms make fantastic compost that boosts crops and helps to increase income for farmers.

There’s plenty to choose from so buy an ethical World Gift and give something back to others this year.  

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