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Maybe I'm totally wrong, but I think that a floral watering can would actually encourage my houseplants to thrive more than a plain watering can could.
Gardening is a cheery chore with a sunshine-yellow watering can! I would leave this guy in full view on the patio as a helpful reminder to give my blooming plants some love.
Yellow Watering Can
Hot water bottle covers need to be soft and cozy, but that doesn't mean they have to be boring. This stylish striped version from Fine Little Day will turn your dull days right around.
I refuse to accept that this watering can is for children only. I think it's awesome. I love the bumble bee, her bright colors and her clever flower nose. Leave it out year round for a little ray of sunshine or spiff up a small balcony in the city with some quirky fun color.
The beautiful floral pattern on this watering can actually has historical significance. It was a pattern originally released as wallpaper by Morris and Company in the 1860s. The design may be vintage, but the watering can is quite contemporary.
This unusual vintage pair of Lenox crystal glasses features a wineglass and a water goblet, both in dusk shadow brown with gold trim. I love the smoky color, and they'd be perfect for a cozy dinner for two.
Jimminy Cricket has nothing on this guy. He's an eclectic, whimsical accessory to your garden. The detailed, colorful paint job makes him jump out of a sea of green in any garden. A great way to add color to areas that may not get a lot of sun.
Vintage botanical pieces are typically large scale and unframed, which can be the perfect combination for a little something different.
The design of the Lungo is based on the design of an ordinary coffeepot — fab idea! A beautiful watering can like this adds a great pop of color to your porch, balcony or windowsill.
Lungo Watering Can
This textural seat/stool would work really well in a sunroom. I can picture it floating around as a little side table too.
Sometimes you don't need to heat the whole bedroom, you just want to take the edge off those cold sheets. A hot water bottle with a cute knitted argyle cover is just the thing.
A pretty place setting starts with layering. I would use these natural, woven chargers under each plate to create a casual feel.
Water Hyacinth Charger
This is a really neat tumbler set made from Perrier bottles. It's perfect for the "green" person (pun intended) on your list.
This simple glass water bottle is the perfect gift for any budding environmentalist. Pouring water has never looked so chic!
This watering can truly is a find. It has a wonderful vintage look with the brass and wood finishes and delicate pattern. It's one tool you can leave out to enhance your outdoor space, not detract from it.
This bright watering can has a retro feel. I love the red color and shape - perfect for leaving out for daily watering. A proper English watering can.
The screen-printed neon orange letters pop on this linen tea towel. The text reads, "live by the sun, love by the moon."
Filled with water or margaritas (I won't tell), this dispenser will fit right in with your clambake decor.
Socker Watering Can
It doesn't matter if you have gardening skills or not, no green thumb is required for this sweet find. Use it as a vase, use it to water your Christmas tree or simply use it on a shelf to look pretty. At this price, why not?
I prefer to quench my thirst with a little flair. I like the height and slim stem of these water goblets.
Jane Water Goblet
If you stare at it long enough, it starts looking like a Roman helmet and I'm OK with that. Plus, how fabulous is that color?
Watering Can Dumbo
I like this watering can because it has a fun traditional pattern on it that would look great sitting out on a porch or patio as a decorative piece. Put fresh cut flowers in it for a different feel to your outdoor arrangements.
Decorative Watering Can
This watering can looks like it belongs in the hand of a Victorian lady tending plants in her solarium. It's delicate and looks vintage. Leave it out as an accessory when you're not using it.
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