It’s been been a few days since I visited Williams-Sonoma’s website ~ I’d invested in the $30 per year free shipping promotion a while back, so I like to check in regularly and see what’s new and/or on sale. Much to my surprise, they have launched a new section called agrarian.
Had I been overlooking this for months? I wasn’t sure. After a quick search I realized they did indeed just add this rather extensive branch of their company a few days ago.
Would I buy a $1300 chicken coop? I don’t know, but I love their aesthetic and trust the quality of many of their products.
I’m new to gardening and love the idea of using a Joseph Bentley hand trowel. This might be my first W-S agrarian purchase.
This heirloom-quality copper hand fork is also on my wish list. Made by Austrian coppersmiths, it would be a wise purchase. A bit more expensive but apparently copper is a superior metal for gardening tools, according to the description: “as they contact soil, the tines deposit minute amounts of copper that promote water absorption and help to repel slugs and snails”. Beauty and function!
I’ve been meaning to look into growing mushrooms at home and, rather than in a box, this kit where they grow in a semi-natural habitat appeals to me.
And I am the eclectic faerie after all, so I like a bit of eclectic vintage decor. This 1940’s watering can is just the sort of thing I’d splurge on. I don’t know if I will ever run into something this cute at an estate sale… Love it!