Garden Time! {Etsy Love}

We’ve started our seeds in hopes of having a beautiful garden this year.  Hopefully we’ve learned for past years what will work best for us and we’ll have a huge crop of veggies to share.  Of course I like to sprinkle in some flowers to keep it pretty…I love lots of color in the garden!

Etsy is ready for all of you planning your gardens right now. Check out these lovely Etsy finds… 


{Gardener’s Scrub Soap – Frog Goes To Market}


{Seed Bombs – Visual Lingual}


{Vintage Garden Tools – Gizmo & HooHa}


{Garden Vegetable Markers – Utopia Home & Garden}

Oh my gosh…I love those colorful vegetable markers!  Just use the search “garden” on Etsy and you are sure to find something you can’t live without!

Are you planning to have a garden this year?  Do you grow your vegetables in containers?  I’d love to hear about it!

Have a fabulous weekend!



  1. Cristen says

    Hi Kim,

    The seed bombs sound so interesting! I clicked on the link you provided, but it takes you to the garden soap. I’ll try & check out Etsy but wanted you to know :)

  2. says

    What lovely finds! I can’t wait to start working in my garden this year! We have a raised bed we plant most of the veggies in but I love having some plants on the deck too. Happy Gardening!!

  3. Kathy says

    Lots of snow here in lower Michigan today so dreaming of the garden is the thing to do. Don’t plant many veggies as not much sun, but do have a part-shade cottage garden and lots of shade perennials. Can’t wait to start! Dream away

  4. says

    We own two house rabbits, and I’ve started two gardens-one for us to grow some food-and the other our “rabbit garden” filled with strawberry plants and I will be planting Timothy Grass seed-a staple in their diet. But yes, I love color too. The only thing is we purchased a very old house in CT and I’m choosing to grow stuff that grew in colonial times of CT. So this is a challenge.

  5. says

    I just started tomatoes and herbs indoors. Everything has already begun to sprout and I can’t wait to start working outside. This year we are planning to build a 16×4 raised bed, so that will be our project until the weather turns for the better.

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