Show Pops He’s Tops!

Gifts for guys are hard. I get it. So I’ve made things as easy as possible for you. Here is a list of the top five gifts that I think any Dad that loves gardening would be honored to receive.

For the Weeder:

Besides looking bad, weeds are fierce competitors for essential sunlight, nutrients and moisture. The Weasel Weed Popper Step & Twist makes it easy to remove many weeds, including dandelions, by using its unique plug-ejecting feature. Simply push the tines onto the weed, press down with your foot, twist the handles, and pop out the weed instantly, roots and all – with no chemical treatments!

For the Clean Shaven:

Want your man to smell like Bourbon Cedar? That’s a silly question…who wouldn’t. This conditioning shave cream from Olivina gives skin extra attention with a blend of caffeine and antioxidant-rich yerba mate, organic hemp seed oil and bisabolol. It helps ward of nicks and bumps, redness and dryness for a clean, comfortable shave.

This bundle contains everything a man needs for a next-level shave experience. It’s also a great way to try a few of our products for a little cheaper than buying them all individually!

For the Botanist: 

Slow infused soothing herbal salve for more than just dry skin with antimicrobial essential oils of rosemary, thuja (cedar leaf) and tea tree. Perfect for use after a hard day of work or play as an intensive hand salve, foot cream, first aid ointment on scrapes, scars, bites, mild burns, sunburns. Keep our handy 1 oz jar nearby and you will discover that it truly is All Purpose.

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All Purpose Salve – Ora’s Amazing Herbal

For the Bird Lover: 

This is a revolutionary, patented hummingbird feeder with 22 feeding ports angled for optimal nectar access. It is expertly designed to attract more hummers with the cutting-edge horizontal feeder orientation. Optimal port spacing to maximize side-by-side feeding and easy to fill plus clean.

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2 ft Hummerbar Horizontal Feeder – Source: Perky Pets

For the Control Freak:

Here’s a handy keep-in-your-pocket tool. Snip, it’s a flower shear — flip, it’s a pruner that cuts branches and stems up to a half-inch in diameter. Handy for dead-heading and harvesting flowers and pruning small branches. In hard-to-lose green.

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Flip & Snip Pruner Scissors – Source:  Gardener’s Supply Company 

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About P.S. I ♥ Peas

Ever since I was a child, I remember falling in love with flowers. My first flower memory was being intrigued by the blooms of Bleeding Heart (Dicentra). Love of nature and art led me into pursuing a degree in horticulture & landscape design. For 15+ years, I worked for different wholesale companies including Proven Winners, Spring Meadow Nursery (Proven Winners ColorChoice Flowering Shrubs) and Zelenka Nursery. Then in 2013, I started my own business Flora & Fauna Media, which specializes in public relations outreach from social media to media publications. Now, I am focusing on being a Stay-At-Home mom and my writing career. I garden on less than an acre of property near Seattle, Washington. Making the most of my space was extremely important to efficiency, which led to removing lots of grass. Now, our property is a sanctuary filled with fruits (blueberries, apples, strawberries, raspberries, cantaloupe, fig and huckleberries), vegetables (kale, beets, peas, tomatoes, squash, potatoes, cardoon, zucchini, green beans, peppers, tomatillos and sorrel) and herbs (rosemary, chives, thyme, mint, oregano, lemon verbena, pineapple sage and sage). Growing our own food is an important mission to me and with a young child teaching is valuable knowledge to pass down generation after generation . If you teach a man to garden, he will eat for life! My husband and I love to cook together. We find new recipes and try them weekly. Wildcrafting has become a fun additional to this pastime. Harvesting stinging nettles or dandelions and making them into something that is edible and delicious is so rewarding.
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