Johnsons great Christmas gift ideas for adults and children

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Anyone looking for delightful and unusual Christmas gifts for family members and friends who enjoy gardening have ready-made solutions in the products from Johnsons stocked by garden centres, supermarkets and DIY stores nationwide. Two Seed Tin Collections and its range of Create Your Own Cottage Garden seeds are two great ideas from the innovative seed company.

The Perfect for Pollinators Flower Collection and Award Winning Vegetable Collection each comprises 10 packets of Johnsons seeds attractively presented in a smart, high quality, reusable tin. With a recommended retail price of just ?14.99, each is also very good value for money. The tin can be used for years to keep seeds cool and dry, or for other gardening bits and pieces in the potting shed or greenhouse.

Cottage gardens are back in vogue, and Johnsons has made the job of plant selection much easier for anyone wishing to create a nostalgic border with the introduction of its range of Create Your Own Cottage Garden flower seeds. The carefully selected range of 12 annuals and perennials, including favourites like lupin Russell Mixed, Verbena bonariensis, bergamot Panorama Mixed and Erigeron Profusion, would make perfect gifts for those who appreciate old-fashioned plants. Prices start at just ?1.99 per packet.

There are also entertaining and educational gifts for children in the Johnsons range. Parents and grandparents with youngsters who show an interest in plants will find Johnsons Little Gardeners range of Complete Grow Kits, Seed Starter Pots, My First Mini Greenhouse and Flower Mixes the perfect stocking fillers for Christmas Day.? Johnsons range of seeds is available from garden centres, supermarkets and leading DIY stores throughout the UK.

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