Ten Red Hot Valentine’s Day Gifts

February 10, 2011 by

Toss a Lovebom seed grenade bomb into your lover’s garden this Valentines Day to show how your love is blooming. (Only in the UK.)

Get in the mood with this glass Mood Moss filled heart.

Pour your love into these burlap bags with your choice of loving fillings…try sweets, potpourri, seeds, spices…$16 for four 7 X 12 inch burlap bags and four jute twine ties.

I love this adorable all-natural, felted wool acorn and plantable seed paper heart. Give ’em to all your lovers: Set of 8, $28.

Cupid’s fingers are in the dirt with these heart shaped cast stone planters available in 12 different finishes. Small 10″ to large 15″, from $55 to $108 from Garden-Fountains.com.

Offer your Valentine a chance to dream and a special wish with these Self Growth Bloomin’ Wish Cards. Write your goals, dreams, prayers and wishes on the wish cards, then plant them and watch them flourish into a wildflower garden. Each Wish Kit includes a pencil and twelve handmade seed cards in six color combinations. $10 from Bloomin.

Commit Hoya Kerri or wax poetic about this “Sweetheart Hoya” or Heart Leaf Wax Flower succulent…available potted in the UK (shown above) from houseofplants.co.uk or in the US from Almost Eden.

Sweet wire heart bent, shaped, and formed from steel and chicken wire. Hang it in the garden, grow some plants on it. From WireHearts.

Water your garden with love then hang your hose on this heart-shaped hose reel. Measures 10 1/2″ wide x 11 1/2″ tall x 4 1/8″ deep. Made from solid steel and finished with a durable baked on powder coat paint, it can be mounted to a wall or on a post. $49 from The Sports Garden.

Be wired for love with this iron heart shaped hanging basket. $40-50 from jschroeder.com.


  1. Annie Haven/Authentic Haven Brand said:

    fun items from the Heart to the Heart of the garden your shares are truly form the Heart Happy Valentines Day Annie

    — February 10, 2011 @ 11:08

  2. Jayme said:

    I love the seed grenades, and that lil’ acorn is so adorable. Great list of gifts Robin!

    — February 10, 2011 @ 12:05

  3. Theresa/LivingHomegrown said:

    These are charming ideas. My fav is the acorn with the plantable paper seed heard. I’ve made plantable paper before and it is a lot of work. I would much rather buy it! Thanks for this!

    — February 11, 2011 @ 09:10

  4. Kabloom said:

    Thanks for featuring my seedbom ‘loveboms’, unfortunately we are not selling these as they were custom made as wedding favours. However our standard 4 pack is available via our website http://www.kabloom.co.uk where you can also find lots more information about the product.

    Perhaps we will release a ‘lovebom’ to the market for valentines 2012 if people are interested!

    — February 11, 2011 @ 10:26

  5. Robin Plaskoff Horton said:

    Oh Kabloom! You must bring the Lovebom back, many have said how much they love it!

    — February 11, 2011 @ 11:35

  6. Robin Plaskoff Horton said:

    I’m with you Theresa–fun to do as a crafts project sometimes…but I would rather buy it too!

    — February 25, 2011 @ 15:11

  7. Robin Plaskoff Horton said:

    Thank Jayme! I get inspired from your shop!

    — February 25, 2011 @ 15:13

  8. Janie Graham said:

    Okay, I recently discovered a website that will put all of these presents for Valentine’s to shame and that is a garden fountain. I think there are some pretty cool ones at http://www.favoritegardenfountains.com. If anybody is looking for a present for their wife, fiancee, or girlfriend, I think she will enjoy these!

    — August 30, 2011 @ 12:50

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