Everywhere you look in Disney these days, spring is in the air!
And we don’t just mean the warm temperatures, either. We’re still in the midst of the EPCOT Flower & Garden Festival in Disney World, and Disneyland is celebrating all things spring and Easter! With so much talk about the season of growth, we couldn’t help but want to head out into the garden and get our hands dirty with these Disney gardening items on shopDisney!
If you’re getting ready to start a garden or acquire any indoor plants, you’re going to need a watering can to make sure your plants aren’t thirsty! The Flower & Garden Festival Watering Can might do the trick.
It’s $19.99 and would honestly make for great home decor as well!
Got a garden full of herbs but can’t remember which is which? Check out the Flower & Garden Festival Mickey Mouse Garden Stakes!
This set of six includes tomato, cucumber, carrot, parsley, basil, and Mickey stakes. You can get the set for $14.99.
Winnie the Pooh fans will be happy to see that there’s also a set of garden stakes devoted to this silly bear. The Winnie the Pooh and Pals Herb Markers are made from stoneware, and come with five different stakes.
They feature Pooh, Piglet, and Tigger, and each stake has a blank space so you can customize them! They’re $19.99.
Need somewhere to plant your herbs? Look no further, because the Flower & Garden Festival Planter is here to save the day.
It’s $19.99 and is roughly 9 inches tall.
Finally, with all these new gardening tools, you’re going to need somewhere to put them! The Flower & Garden Festival Tin Box will probably come in handy.
It’s roomy enough for your basic gardening tools and features a hinged lid so it’ll stay open. You can get it for $39.99.
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What are you growing in your garden? Let us know in the comments!
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