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The Plant Workshop
the plant workshop

Besides beautiful plants, pots and other accessories, The Plant Shop, a small business based in Teeside, also offer their own candles!

These handmade, hand-poured and hand-labelled candles produce a long, clean and even burn. They can make a space feel homely with your favourite scent, and have that contemporary industrial look with dark glass and silver metal screw-top lids.

Fragrances include Lemon Drizzle, Edwardian Fireside and Pink Pepper & Violet. Best of all, they start from just £9 each!

Earthed Up
earthed up!

Earthed Up! are a new workers co-operative plant nursery in Belper, Derbyshire. They grow all their own plants, peat free, without harmful chemicals.

They have put together a gift set to inspire and help more people to grow their own perennials. It includes:

  • A book to help you grow your own food
  • 2 packs of seed saves from plants they grew, saved and packed – perennial edibles and wildflowers
  • 2 bookmarks with info on how to grow the seeds and use the plants
  • A beautiful postcard featuring a tree illustration by Glennie Kindred

Packed in a joyful bright yellow envelope. All packaging is plastic free. The sets are just £10 with free delivery!

Design and Beyond
design & beyond

Design & Beyond was created by owner Paul as a way to express his creativity while bringing a smile to his customers’ homes. Producing colourful, eye-catching homeware in the form of plant pots, vases, trinket trays and more, Paul uses an eco-friendly resin which renders the products complete non-toxic and means production is kinder to the environment.

Products start from £10 and come in a range of shades and patterns to suit any home.

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