Springtime Gardening Favorites

Ahhh, springtime. It's finally (almost officially) here and with springtime comes rain, mud, sunshine, lots of time spent outdoors. Some of our favorite things are visits to the greenhouse, flower, vegetable and herb planting, garden tending and sitting around the garden drinking smoothies and fresh lemonade. It's one of the best times of the year, everything is bursting with new life and blooming, turning green and budding leaves and it's quite spectacular.

Gardening also happens to be one of my favorite things and you already know of my love for all things floral, so I rounded up some of my favorite garden essentials in the list below!

How cute is this little planter? Perfect for sitting on your windowsill or even your kitchen sink. Nothing like growing fresh herbs in your home and this is great for doing just that!
Omg, the floralllll. It's just so pretty and this set of garden tools is absolutely perfection.
one thing you definitely need for gardening is a good pair of gloves, and points for if they're cute! These are absolutely lovely and so feminine!

f o u r | Garden Knee Pad from Magnolia Market
I first came across these cool little items last year at the Missouri Botanical Gardens and when I spied this one from Magnolia Market I couldn't help but fall in love. I love the simplicity and functionality of this item.

f i v e | Garden Accents Antique Watering Can from Target
One thing that's always an essential when it comes to gardening is a good (and big) watering can. This antique style is simply the sweetest.

Hunter Boots are not only stylish and classic, but they're really functional as well. I own a pair in Yellow which I love, but this pair of minty colored "succulent green" are also perfect for springtime.
I've had my eye on these adorable little chalkboard garden stakes from various places for the past few years. They're so cute and would be great for writing little quotes or using as plant markers for keeping an organized garden.
You definitely need something to keep all of your garden essentials in one place, this sweet wooden gardening box fits the bill.

n i n e | Heirloom Seeds from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
I had the pleasure of visiting Baker Creek (based out of Mansfield Missouri) several times before and it's the cutest and most quaint little "town", you feel like you're stepping back in time, everyone is so nice, the bakery smells amazing as well as the apothecary, the animals are so cute, the vegetarian restaurant that is donation only is delicious and don't even get me started on their seed store. Literally amazing. They have quite the collection of rare and heirloom seeds to purchase and choose from. They're the perfect place to shop if you want to grow an heirloom garden. They also sell all of their seeds online so you can order from anywhere in the world!

t e n | "Garden Mama" Tee from Magnolia Market
You know I couldn't pass this one up. I just love this shirt from Magnolia Market (it's actually designed by Joanna Gaines' sister) and it's the perfect shirt to wear while planting and tending to your garden. 

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