Gifts for Garden Moms



“Mothers are flowers in the garden of life.”

Whether Mom is a master gardener or simply has a penchant for pretty flowers, we have plenty of inspiring garden gifts that are sure to please her. Here’s some ideas.

Present her with a charming pot or hanging basket of blooming annuals. We have options for shady spots as well as bright sunshine! We’re particularly fond of lobelia, petunias, pansies, and geraniums.
Pick out a tree to plant in her honor, whether it’s a grand shade tree, a bountiful apple or plum tree, or one of our flowering trees to brighten her yard.

What’s her favorite color? We have blooming shrubs in every color of the rainbow, from blue hydrangeas to hot pink azaleas.

Is she an indoor person? Check out our collection of potted houseplants & arrangements, including blossoming tropicals, beautiful foliage, and popular succulent varieties. We’ll even add a ribbon and a tag for you.

Does she love birds? Put together a backyard birding gift for her- we have glazed birdbaths, feeders, seed, suet, and birdhouses, plus lots of gifts and home decor featuring songbirds and owls. And don’t forget the hummingbirds!

Moms work hard! Give her something useful like a pair of quality pruners, a wheelbarrow, a new shovel, work gloves, hand cream, or a sun hat. Heck, put a pretty bow on a bag of compost…. moms who garden tend to love high quality dirt!

Your mother deserves to relax a little: Create an oasis for her with fountains, trellises, statues & sculptures, wind chimes, and some fresh green foliage plants.

Still can’t decide? Present her with a Weston Nurseries gift card, so she can choose something special for herself. Available in any denomination; call us to order or stop in!

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