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Anthropologie Earth Day Treat

April 16, 2010

EARTH DAY is a mere six days away, and while I know I will spend part of it waiting in line for the opening of Disney Nature’s latest film, Oceans, had I a garden I would much prefer to spend the day potting and planting with some of these amazing Earth Day treats from Anthropologie. I first saw them when Anthropologie sent me a special Earth Day email, and I can already imagine myself digging up dirt in these adorable gardening gloves and planting seeds. Maybe someday I’ll have my own personal garden/backyard, but until then I’ll just have to dream about it.

Seed Bombs - $6 – My Mom LOVES to garden. When I was a little girl, I used to watch her plant tons of flowers, shrubs, and veggies throughout our garden. One of my favorite things was the surprise of waiting for everything to bloom so I could see what she planted. These Seed Bombs are just the thing to continue that element of surprise. They have specified seeds for locations throughout the US; be it east coast, west coast, or mid-west, each little bag has a variety of different wildflowers to grace your garden.

Celia Birtwell Garden Gloves – $20 – Celia Birtwell is an incredible textile designer who draws her inspiration from artists and romanticism. I love the print of these gardening gloves; the only thing they’re missing is a little dirt, which you can add yourself!

World Repair Kit – $24.95 – This kit is amazing. It is filled with 205 pages of environmental issues, conservation tips, resource guides and even a passport with stamps to help you keep track of all your environmental endeavors! Plus, 100% of the net proceeds go to the Serena & Lily Foundation which helps fund youth initiatives around the world.

Check out more of Anthropologie’s cool gardening gadgets here! They’d also make great Mother’s Day gifts!

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  1. April 17, 2010 8:47 pm

    so cute I like it

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