Briers? new gardening gifts for Christmas 2017

by | Sep 3, 2017 | News, Product News, Products | 0 comments

From stocking fillers to that one special present, Briers? fashion-led garden products, including clothing, footwear, gloves, artisan giftware and outdoor kids play products, present a range of ideal gift options for everyone on your gift list.

  1. For Dad – New Neoprene Rubber Wellington Boot. RRP ?79.99

A brand new take on the classic rubber boot, one to ensure warm feet on that after lunch Christmas walk.? Styling details include side pleat with a working metal buckle?and Briers script logo on front, plus the dual-layer sole for added strength and durability.?Handcrafted boots using premium leather-look rubber.?

? ? ??2.?For Auntie – New Julie Dodsworth ?Flower Girl? Garden Rake, Trowel and Secateurs. RRP ?7.99

These decorative tools come beautifully designed by traditional canal artist Julie Dodsworth.? All gift boxed, these all-over print tools ? including a fork, trowel and secateurs – make ideal stocking fillers or as a main present to impress fans of traditional patterns.

The new Julie Dodsworth ?Flower Girl? range here:

3. For Grandma – New Julie Dodsworth ?Lavender Garden? Secateurs, Knife and Pouch set. RRP ?24.99

Serious gardeners will be inspired to return to the garden early with this decoratively packaged and highly functional set.? Stainless steel, comfy rubber handles and a traditional design by artist Julie Dodsworth, topped off with a belt loop to wear with pride.

See the full Julie Dodsworth range here:

4. For Grandad – New Indoor Weather Station

Grandad will love another gizmo to add to his arsenal of weather tracking devices, and this one is particularly useful ? displaying the temperature, humidity and forecast together with the time, alarm, and calendar.? Win extra Grandad gadget points by pointing out the moon phase display, oh, and max/min temperatures and humidity indicators?

5. For kids – New Briers Kids Tool Bag Seat. RRP ?11.99

For young children, there?s nothing better than owning their own grown up gear.? The kids Tool Bag Seat ? comprised of a folding seat and handy garden tool bag attached underneath -? is ideal for children that like “helping” in the garden.? Despite being a pocket money item, this fun seat set is tough enough to provide long term use including summer trips to the beach and camping holidays.? Briers have the largest range of children?s outdoor products in the UK, with fun outdoorsy products such as colourful protective gloves, patterned kneelers, a variety of scaled down versions of adult garden tools and a licensed range for kids? favourite The Gruffalo. ?

? ? ? 6. For Sister | NEW Briers Julie Dodsworth ?Flower Girl? Tools

Whether or not your lil? sis is off to uni or moving into her first house share, there will be flat pack furniture to assemble (and fix) and no mum or dad around to do it for them.? Girls with an aversion to practical gifts will love the unique all over print pattern from cult heritage designer Julie Dodsworth.?? All of these products will fit inside the Briers Julie Dodsworth Flower Girl Metal Tool box (RRP ?19.99): ?Screwdriver (RRP ?7.99), Torch (RRP ?5.49), Tape measure (RRP ?4.49), Tool box (RRP ?19.99) and Tool belt (RRP ?8.99).?

7. For the Work’s Secret Santa – New Pantone Herb Pots (Blueberry, Rich Berry or Parsley Green). RRP ?11.99

The work secret Santa ? you could go rude, silly or outrageous ? or if that doesn?t feel right (don?t worry you?re in good company) then why not impress your design-mad colleague with something useful to take home from the Christmas party!

Find out more

If you would like to find out more about Briers? huge range of fashion-led garden gloves, wellington boots, children?s ranges for gardening, and giftware, head to Available to buy from selected garden centres, hardware, homeware stores and online.

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