Our top plant gifts include something for everyone, whether you're looking for the ideal present for a friend who is constantly adding to their indoor plant collection or a family member who simply needs cheering up with some beautiful greenery this year.
We've even added some stylish accessories to our plant gift mix so that green-fingered friends and family can keep their best indoor plants in tip top condition, no matter how many house plants they have in their collection. Plus, there's plenty of gift ideas for displaying treasured plant babies, and must-have books to help boost everyone's plant knowledge.
Keep scrolling to find your perfect plant gifts and get some Christmas present shopping crossed off your to-do list, then make sure you check out our gifts for gardeners for more great ideas.
1. The essential garden tool for every plant fan
Garden scissors | £22 from Garden Trading
Every plant fan needs a pair of garden scissors, whether it's to keep their plants looking their best or for arranging cut flower displays, and this set are style winners in our eyes. Made from stainless steel with a beautiful polished brass finish, they come in a bamboo gift bag for the ultimate Christmas plant gift. Add them straight to your shopping basket today.
2. A top idea for eco-friendly plant fans
Bamboo and Rice Pots, Saucers and Seed Trays | from £12.99 at Suttons
Made from compostable bamboo fibre, these planters are a brilliant way to reduce the amount of plastic plant fans use. You can keep using them year after year, then when they're ready to be disposed of (typically after 5+ years), they can be shredded and added to the compost heap. A perfect choice for anyone who loves nurturing and potting on their plant babies.
3. A plant gift to brighten anyone's day
Monstera Monkey Leaf Swiss Cheese Plant | £9.99 at You Garden
A great choice for small spaces, this plant is a more compact version of the larger Swiss Cheese Plant. It has glossy green leaves, is easy to care for and it will give a any room a tropical touch. It's the Christmas gift any plant fan will love for years to come.
4. The useful accessory that looks super stylish too
Turbobm water mister in a gold finish | £17.49 at Amazon
Show house plants a little TLC by keeping them freshly misted with this gorgeous plant mister. There'll be no need to tuck this beauty away in a cupboard when not in use as it looks just as good on display too. It's also available in a silver or rose red finish too.
5. For plant fans who love a little luxe
Macrame hanger with brushed brass pot | £19.99 at Waitrose Garden
What plant fan wouldn't love this stylish macrame hanging planter complete with a stunning brass pot? Whether you want to show off plants in a bathroom or bedroom, this is a modern way to take your plant display game to the next level.
6. A simple way to start a succulent collection
Sempervivum 'Mixed' | from £5.99 at Thompson & Morgan
Opt for a selection of plant gifts and give someone a headstart on their mini succulents collection. These on-trend succulents make great indoor plants and work well when displayed on a windowsill where they will get plenty of light. Simply choose how many plants you want to order and this succulent collection will soon be winging its way to your chosen recipient.
7. For grow your own plant fans
Moreton Pitched Roof Pot Holder | £45 at Garden Trading
Made from spruce and finished in a durable black stain, this quirky wall unit can be used both indoors or out to create a stunning display. Why not use it outdoors or in the kitchen to create a mini herb garden and ensure all your favourite ingredients are always close to hand?
8. Ideal for super organised plant fans
Flora and Fauna Collection wooden plant labels | £7.99 at Suttons
A perfect stocking filler present, these pretty wooden plant labels will help any gardener to keep track of what they have planted in pots or the garden. Made from FSC hardwood, they have painted ends to add a splash of colour to flowerbeds and pots. Comes with a wooden pencil in the gift pack.
9. A stylish centrepiece for (mini) plant fans
Brushed brass plant tray | £34.99 from Waitrose Garden
Make mini plant babies the centre of attention by displaying them together in this stylish tray. With its on-trend brass finish, this is the perfect way to create a feature of your favourite plants. Ideal for using on a mantelpiece, in the centre of a table or on a windowsill.
10. A statement planter for indoor plant lovers
11. The must-have buy for chic plant fans
1.9L indoor water can | £15 from Garden Trading
Proving that practical can also be pretty, this galvanised steel watering can will look just as good on display as it will when in use. Big enough so that you won't need to top it up for every plant you water but small enough so that it won't take up too much space, this is practically perfect in every way.
12. For card game fans (who also love plants)
House of Plants Card Game | £15 at Oliver Bonas
This is your Secret Santa gift for plant fans sorted! Suitable for four players, the aim of the game is to be a great plant parent and collect water, sunlight and humidity to raise your plants in the best possible way and earn the most points in the process to win.
13. A stylish buy for people who love displaying plants in threes
Umbra Triflora Hanging Planter | £50 at John Lewis
Why display off just one plant when you can show off three? This clever design combines a rod with three melamine hanging planters so you've got the complete kit for your space. The hanging ropes can be adjusted in length, plus they also slide along the pole so you can create the ideal plant display. A great space-saving choice.
14. For the plant fan who likes to stand out
Ikebana wall-mounted flower pots |
£95 currently £76 at La Redoute
Make a feature of indoor plants by displaying them in this striking wall-mounted planter. The geometric design is a fabulous feature and it comes with eight removable flower pots so you can choose how to arrange your plants. Ideal for growing succulents and trailing designs.
15. The no-nonsense guide every plant fan needs
RHS Practical House Plant Book | £14.99 at Foyles
Every plant fan could do with a little extra plant advice in their lives, and this brilliant guide is on hand to help. Learn how to care for indoor plants and keep them healthy, boost your plant knowledge with 175 plant profiles and follow 12 step-by-step projects to create striking plant displays in your own home.
Beth's first journalism job was working for Real Homes magazine more than 18 years ago. It cemented her love of all things homes- and garden-related and she's never looked back since. She's worked for and contributed to a number of leading magazines in the UK, including Ideal Home magazine, Period Living magazine, Grand Designs magazine and Good Homes magazine amongst others, before returning to Real Homes magazine as editor. Now the editor of Gardeningetc.com, Beth's attention is firmly outdoors, and she's constantly inspired by how people make use of their outdoor space.
Her own garden is a really important part of her family's home, and they were lucky enough to inherit a space with lots of lovely mature planting when they bought their 1930s property.
Since then, they've built several raised beds for a veg patch, increased the size of the flowerbeds to find room for yet more of her favourite David Austin roses and her husband's collection of hostas, created an outdoor living room complete with comfy sofas and festoon lights, and not forgetting the biggest challenge of all – trying to fit in the ever changing assortment of trampolines, climbing frames and outdoor toys that are inevitable when you have two young kids!
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