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Gift picks for the indoor-outdoor gardener

A stocking stuffer for the container gardener in your life: tiny enoki mushrooms crafted by hand by Seattle artist Rebekka Guenther Ferbrache. The white stoneware pieces are 1.75 to 2.5 inches tall and sold in a set of three.

$8, Dirt Couture (From Dirt Couture)
Made from reclaimed cedar, this 10-inch-long planter from Andrew’s Reclaimed comes with nonskid pads. Plant teacup succulents or cactuses, and you’ve got a modern indoor garden in miniature. $28.  (Andrew’s Reclaimed)
Matte-glazed, speckled stoneware birdhouses by the design firm Roost hang from rope and are topped with recycled teak roofs. They’re available in three styles: Chalet, Bungalow and Tower.

$79 to $89, Digs, (360) 306-8301  (Roost)
The new Flick tea light holders are by Haskell Collection in Costa Mesa using steel pipe and 5.5-inch-long mounting spikes that allows you to place it along a path, in a potted plant or perhaps even in a sand-filled vase as part of a table arrangement ...  (Haskell Collection)
... and Flick’s powder-coat finish ensures longevity. The design is sold in sets of five.

$135, candles included, Haskell Collection (Haskell Collection)
The idea behind SoSucculent: Create your own living wall. The vertical gardening kit comes with a 16-inch square box made from water resistant cedar and a waterproof backing board, 32 succulent cuttings and step-by-step instructions.

$90, SoSucculent  (SoSucculent)
Create a living wall by attaching Tillandsia air plants to stainless steel cables strung on a lightweight, powder-coated aluminum frame designed by landscape architect Josh Rosen of Airplantman Designs. It measures 11.5 inches by 19 inches and is sold without plants.

$195, (415) 694-6446, Flora Grubb Gardens  (www.airplantman.com)
The frog lid is a little gadget that helps to transform any mason jar into ... (Olive Manna Textiles & Paper Goods )
... an easy-to-arrange vase. The divisions of the flower frog lid help to keep individual stems in place.

$9, Olive Manna Textiles & Paper Goods  (Olive Manna Textiles & Paper Goods )
First off, it looks great. But this 8-inch twine stand does serve a purpose: It conceals a cutter at the top, so you won’t have to search for scissors when you’re tying vines.

$30, Ancient Industries (Ancient Industries)
The British company Omlet has designed the Beehaus, a modern plastic bee hive that comes with cover boards, clearer boards, frames, honey jars, Queen excluders, a hive divider and a complete guide to beekeeping so you actually know what all those terms mean. Available in green, red and purple.

$860, 86-OMLET-USA, Omlet  (Omlet)
The concept behind Kippen House: Raise chickens and grow vegetables at the same time. The modern hen house has a rooftop planter so you don’t lose any gardening space.

$1,250, (888) 451-6752, Eartheasy (Kippen House)
Mary Gray and Annette Gutierrez of Potted in Los Angeles designed the City Planters with a slight tilt forward, to help with draining and to keep moisture away from the wall. Each planter is constructed of steel and finished in modern white or a hand-sealed rust patina.

$165 to $235, Potted, 3158 Los Feliz Blvd., Atwater Village, (323) 665-3801, Potted (Potted)
Designer Domenic Fiorello created his wall-mounted Plant Pods out of white oak with a thermoplastic insert. $100, Beehive Style  (Domenic Fiorello)
The Los Angeles store Poketo has Polka Dot wall vases ($22), ceramic flower holders in retro colors; a three-ring steel pot holder ($25); and the angular Off the Wall mini planter, a cantilevered ceramic pot ($20).

820 E. 3rd St., Los Angeles, (213) 537-0751  (Poketo)
California ceramist Jennifer Fisher’s Dino planter is cast from an ostrich egg. The piece is about 4 inches in diameter, made of stoneware with a low-gloss glaze. Two leather cords could suspend the plant from a wall-mounted hook.

$60, J Fish Designs (JFish Designs)
These petite glazed ceramic planters are backed with magnets, so they can be affixed to metal surfaces. The textures are created by hand using plaster stamps. $19.95, the Juicy Leaf, 1140 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, (310) 907-5019 (The Juicy Leaf)
For the eco-kid, how about a horse swing made from a recycled tire? The Dutch design comes with a heavy-duty rope tie in festive red.

$189, Potted, 3158 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles, (323) 665-3801  (Esschert Design USA)
The cast-iron Pipe tea light holders by Menu are surprisingly hefty little things that can be configured in any number of ways.

$35 each, A+R, 1121 Abbot Kinney Blvd. in Venice, 171 S. La Brea Ave. in Los Angeles, (800) 913-0071. (From A+R)