Whether it’s flowers or a basket of goodies, a special gift delivered right to your door is such a nice treat. For the past few months I’ve enjoyed getting to know the nice folks at Harry and David, and have tried several of their products, from the Fruit of the Month Club, to a basket of cookies, and now this elegant Succulent Holiday Centerpiece. Harry and David offer a wonderful variety of gifts throughout the year, but I have to admit, their holiday selections are some of my favorites.
I was tickled to open the box containing this succulent wreath with candle. Isn’t it so unique for a centerpiece?
It’s a live wreath, meaning it will live long past the holidays, and be a happy green spot in the recipient’s home for a while. Succulents are such a great plant for indoors, and with the minor care required by this wreath, it will be easy to keep it growing strong. Mine has already grown a little more since it arrived a few days ago.
You’ll find this Succulent Holiday Centerpiece along with a variety of other lovely botanical gift options at Harry and David, like amaryllis, small Christmas trees, and holiday wreaths, as well as their full line of holiday treats and gifts.
So if you’re still wondering what to get a few people on your list, be sure to check out their selection. As always, you can be sure that your order will be packaged and delivered with care and timeliness, just one of the many qualities I appreciate about Harry and David. Their strong commitment to customer service, and the personal care they take with the details for each order, means you’ll have one less thing to worry about during this season of giving, which can become quite hectic. I wish there were more options this time of the year like Harry and David. If only they offered little elves to come and help with all of the other stuff. I think that would sell like hot cakes. 😉
Oh, I almost forgot … keep a lookout for special offers, recipes, and entertaining tips over at Harry and David’s Facebook page. It’s a page full of goodies!
Happy shopping, y’all!
(This post was sponsored by Harry and David, but as always, all opinions are my own.)