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It’s that time of year when we show our appreciation to the women who gave life to us – our moms! And while we here at Inhabitat don’t necessarily believe in buying into all the hype behind this hallmark holiday, we also think that Mother’s Day is an important holiday for women, and a great way to get our favorite ladies into the green spirit. Check out our eco-friendly picks for Mother’s Day gifts that are sure to please both your mom and Mother Earth…

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  1. vtjen April 20, 2011 at 9:40 am

    Here’s a totally green gift for mom – a sea glass cairn. It’s just right for a mom who loves nature, and it’s really cute.


  2. muttertagsgeschenk basteln April 20, 2010 at 4:30 am

    I found your blog, when I was looking for the perfect mother’s day gift idea for my mother. In my opinion she is a really hard case, but I think I have some ideas now. But I will still be looking, so are there any other ideas?

  3. guy-montag May 14, 2009 at 3:57 am

    What kind of person would give their own mother a candle that says “MILF”?? That’s… Kind of sick. In an Oedipal sort of way. Milf being an acronym for “Mother I’d Like to F***”

    *shakes head*

  4. Greentoday May 3, 2009 at 2:02 pm

    Here is a unique( not high tech) affordable Mothers Day Gift that I also give to my friends, family and students who enjoy plants, nature or gardening. –A TickleMe Plant!
    Ever see a plant move when you tickle it? The TickleMe Plant grows year round indoors, closes its leaves and lowers its branches when it is tickled. It is an easy flowering plant to grow in its own TickleMe Plant Greenhouse. When I first saw it move I was startled and amazed. You’ll love seeing the big smile on the face of the person who sees the plant move for the first time!
    Visit for more information and videos of the live plant. Most products are under twenty dollars.

  5. bakeanddestroy May 1, 2009 at 8:59 am

    There’s a great “green” Mother’s Day gift guide at Stuff that is not only made with sustainable materials, but that can also actually help moms create less waste.

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