In no particular order...
|Kitchen cutting boards crafted by RELEAF using recycled wood. This business has no website that I know of, but you can find the proprietor on Facebook by searching for 'RELEAF'.|
|Superb artistry. My cell phone pics don't do them justice. Wonderful gift ideas here.|
|Raised garden planters from TX Green Beds. I myself garden in stock tanks and discarded highway culvert scraps, but this is another good option for folks who have limited spaces and/or limited mobility.|
|Robin's Cedar Planters, also on Facebook. These are ingeniously constructed so that they are collapsible for easy transport. Most of them will fit into the back seat of a passenger car once folded up. Prices are very reasonable.|
|I like this pic because it shows how a Robin's planter can be incorporated into a standard existing suburban landscape as a focal point. Screengrabbed from Facebook.|
|This customer put the planter on casters so that it could be rolled around a patio as needed. For gardeners with limited spaces, these things would be great. They'd also be excellent for strawberry-growing. Screengrabbed from Facebook.|
|I took business cards for two of these proprietors but I don't have a card for RELEAF.|