After practicing a bit of consumerist restraint last week during the Black Friday alternative known as Buy Nothing Day 2010, you're probably antsy for a "Buy Something Day" of some sorts. Well, what do you know, the Nature Conservancy has branded today — on traditionally what's known as Cyber Monday — as Green Gift Monday, a day dedicated to online gift shopping of the "responsible, meaningful" sort.


To get into the spirit of green gifting like I did last year, below you'll find a handful of eco-prezzies for the home and garden available for purchase from a few of my favorite online retailers. You'll find something for everyone — from DIYers to gardeners to sustainable design nuts — on your list with price tags ranging from under $5 to more than $150.


Now get to, green gift shoppers ....


 Brooklyn Plyboo Cutting Board @ AHeirloom's Etsy shop ($40)


















Pigeon Toe Ceramics Banded Bedside Carafe and Cup @ Branch ($68)















Ferm Living Laundry Bag with Hook @ Velocity Art & Design ($80)















West Coast Seed Bombs @ The Curiosity Shoppe ($7)















Beekman 1802 Scent of Winter Soap @ Beekman 1802 Mercantile ($10)















Wood Tool Set by Jonas Damon @ Areaware ($95)















Hive Design Felt Storage Pail @ Sleek Identity ($118)















Munio Candela Soywax Candles in Glass Jar @ ABC Home ($40)















Gazoor Organic Felt Animals @ A + R Store ($80 - $96)















Hudson Valley Seed Library Art Packs - New Yorker Tomato  @ Hudson Valley Seed Library ($3.50/25 seeds)














Potus Pot @ Inhabitat Shop ($32)
















Le Petit Singularite Terrarium Kit by Twig Terrariums @ Cog & Pearl ($25)












Ladder Birdhouse @ terrain ($188) 
















"Vormin, The Vegetable Garden" by Werner Dressendörfer @ Taschen ($99.99)










Cascade 3 Tray Worm Factory @ Green Depot ($89.95)

Matt Hickman ( @mattyhick ) writes about design, architecture and the intersection between the natural world and the built environment.