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    17 Affordable And Genuinely Original Gifts For Plant Lovers

    I promise this isn't just a list of houseplants.

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    1. A humidifier.

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    Humidifiers help keep plants happy in the winter when central heating makes the air dry – they also help you keep your skin soft and supple rather than dry and cracked!

    Get it from Amazon for £27.99.

    2. A terrarium-making workshop at London Terrariums.

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    London Terrariums is the cutest store, all hanging plants and millennial pink walls. Given their name, it's no surprise they're experts in making terrariums and your plant-addict friend will learn a lot.

    Book a class here from £40.

    3. Some floating moss balls.

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    Traditionally used as decor for aquariums, moss balls make super interesting features in themselves. You can grow them in a clear vase with clean water.

    Buy them from Waitrose from £7.99.

    4. This table vase (which coincidentally would be perfect to store the moss balls in).

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    It's made of teak driftwood and glass and makes a super fascinating centrepiece.

    Get it from Wayfair for £31.99.

    5. A macrame plant-hanger kit.

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    Macrame plant hangers are all the rage now, but it's even more satisfying when you learn how to make one yourself.

    Get it from Not On The High Street for £25.

    6. This gorgeous brass plant mister.

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    Gone are the days of utilitarian plastic plant misters, now we embrace our new leaders – the decorative, shiny brass plant misters, there to look pretty and ensure all your houseplants have sufficient humidity to keep them green and happy.

    Get it from Trouva for £18.95.

    7. A mid century-style plant stand.

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    These are so stylish and can make such a difference – by keeping plants off the floor and keeping your carpet/floorboards safe, as well as making plants look taller and lusher.

    Get it from Amazon for £29.

    8. A houseplant.

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    This seems obvious but only because it'll so clearly make the recipient happy. You can never have too many plants.

    Get this Pilea plant from Patch from £3.

    9. A trip to Kew Gardens.

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    Kew gardens has one of the largest and most extensive collections in the world. Though many of the plants are dormant in the winter, there's still plenty to do at Kew, like visiting the glasshouses full of tropical plants or the Christmas light displays.

    Book tickets here with adult tickets starting at £12.50.

    10. A nice watering can.

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    It's the sort of thing you never realise was so badly needed until you get used to using one.

    Get this one from Trouva for £30.

    11. A plant brush.

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    This genius concept will make dusting houseplants so much easier and quicker.

    Get it from Trouva for £39.95.

    12. This succulent tapestry.

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    It'll go with all their decor.

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for £29.

    13. These cactus and succulent tealights.

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    These are so cute and can make any room look approximately 127% cosier.

    Get them from Urban Outfitters for £8.

    14. Just a really nice plant pot.

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    I don't know about you but I'm obsessed with this lovely green one. Bonus points if you get an actual plant to go in it too.

    Get this one from Trouva for £25.

    15. A set of vintage recycled glass bottles, perfect for setting up a propagation station.

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    Take cuttings of your favourite plants, set them in some water in a little bottle, and before you know it they'll sprout roots and you'll have more plants than you ever dreamed of.

    Get these bottles from Trouva for £16.95.

    16. A DIY terrarium kit.

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    It comes in three different sizes, containing either one, two, or three succulents.

    Get it from Not On The High Street for £14.95.

    17. And of course, just a big bag of soil.

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    They'll eventually appreciate it when they realise the don't have to lug a huge bag of soil up the stairs to their apartment because you already did it for them, free of charge. Or maybe not.

    Get it from Amazon for £14.99.