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In Home Gardens ~ Gift Ideas for Fall and Beyond

Can you believe it's November? We can't! Halloween is over and now we look forward to the Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukkah Holiday Season. Of course, we've added some new gift options to our website and wanted to share all our new Plants and Indoor Gardens.

Perfect for fall ~ indoor house plants make great gifts for any occasion such as get well, birthday, Thanksgiving or sympathy. The design below is called Table Top Basket Garden starting at $60.
Another new plant design is our Ceramic Dish Garden  - multiple tropical plants arranged in a beautiful ceramic container starting at $50.00. 
Looking to send a plant that is really easy to care for and great for a table top at home or at the office? The Pothos Plants are such an affordable plant to send and only cost $30 in a pretty wicker basket or upgrade to a ceramic pot for only $40 each. Looking for more types of plants? We also have Schefflera Plants here, ZZ plants here, Peace Lily plants here, Orchid plants here among many others!! 
Moving on to Christmas we have some great plant options for the holiday. Don't know what to send to a corporate account? These baskets make a great gift. The Holiday Homecoming Basket starts at only $60. This design is a  mixture of tropical and other blooming plants anchored with a pretty poinsettia in a stylish basket. 

Poinsettia's always make a great gift and dress up the home or office for the holiday. Floor plant size plants start at only $60 each and we even offer multiple purchase discounts. Call us today if you need help choosing the perfect plant gift!! 609-520-2005 




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