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Gar­den shop­ping in­spired by ru­ral Bri­tain in spring­time

With Easter around the cor­ner, let im­ages of chicks, bun­nies and lambs in­spire you to em­brace a ru­ral feel. Sow­ing seeds, cul­ti­vat­ing crops, prep­ping beds and sort­ing out what win­ter left be­hind – this is a busy time of year for any keen gar­dener, and farm­ers to boot. So pull on your wellies, roll up your sleeves and get stuck in – it’s time to tackle your spring ‘to-do’ list with mo­ti­va­tion from these coun­try themed buys.

Baa Baa cot­ton fab­ric in Denim, £25 per m, Iliv

Lay a Lit­tle Egg hen teatowel, £8, So­phie All­port

Hare clock, £25.95, Annabel James

Fallen Fruits Fox coir door­mat, £23.50, Cotswold Trad­ing

Bird Spot­ting cush­ion seat pad with ties, £22, Pignut

Benny bunny ce­ramic vase, £15.95, Gra­ham & Green

Fair trade ap­ple bas­ket, £20 for small, Olli Ella

Rab­bit me­lamine tray, £12, Laura Ash­ley

Frisky, Gray­sey and Long­tail har­vest mice cot­ton cush­ion, £45, Hare­bell De­signs by Rachael Wild

But­ter­fly and moth house, £22, Na­tional Trust

Deck wellies in Mus­tard, £35, Seasalt

Lay­ing down sheep gar­den or­na­ment, £49.99, The Gar­den Fur­ni­ture Com­pany

Veg­etable brush, £5, Finch & Crane

Veg­etable patch mug, £8, The Con­tem­po­rary Home

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