Some people are really hard to shop for, so here are some easy gift ideas that are sure to please.
A Rolling Green Nursery Gift Card: If you know someone who loves to garden or be outdoors, we have so many things they’ll enjoy. A gift card is a sure-fire way to please them.
A Houseplant: Easy-care plants are a fun and unexpected gift. They purify the air, and make a home more cheerful and beautiful.
Wind Chimes: The gift of a peaceful melody for someone to enjoy from the kitchen window, in
a rocking chair on the front porch, or with a good book by the garden.
Amaryllis: We have pre-potted and pre-sprouted Amaryllis bulbs. Huge, showy blooms that last for weeks in the winter.
Scented Soaps and Lotions: Who doesn’t welcome a reason to pamper themselves?
A Cashmere Scarf: Colorful cashmere scarves at very reasonable prices. Useful, beautiful — and when has anyone not been happy to get cashmere?
Mugs: A nice, big, ceramic mug, perfect for keeping your morning coffee or an afternoon tea warm. Our mugs come with a decorative gift tag, and some free hot chocolate in them!
Sachets: We have dried Lavender and Balsam Fir sachets with Cardinals, Chickadees, Bees,
or other nature-themed designs. We even have tiny log cabins that hold balsam incense sticks.
Scented Candles: Scented Farmhouse soy wax candles make the house nice and cozy, or a bubble bath feel extra luxurious. A nice present when paired with a thoughtful, hand-written card.
Socks: Cozy, soft, and holiday-themed socks – perfect for winter.
We hope this give you some good ideas for that hard to shop for person on your list. If you need a little more inspiration, visit our Seasonal page. And we hope you have a great holiday!
rgnursery/ 28 Jan 2020
Thomas Norrid/ 10 Mar 2020
Hey there! This is my first comment here so I just wanted to give a quick shout out and tell you I really enjoy reading your posts. Can you recommend any other blogs/websites/forums that cover the same topics? Appreciate it!
rgnursery/ 10 Mar 2020
Thank you so much, Thomas! Are you looking for gardening advice? Is there a particular focus on information we can help you with?