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Choose Gift Trees This Autumn.

Autumn Maple

If you are looking for a gift to inspire and inject life as the days get colder and the nights get longer then read on to find out about Gift Trees from Buy Trees Online.

Gift Trees are a great alternative to the disposable gifts that become dated and out of touch. Trees are timeless and last a lifetime and more. They can be the perfect fit whether it's a birthday, wedding, anniversary, house warming or even a gift in memory. To find out more visit Buy Trees Online at http://www.buy-trees-online.co.uk/shop/unique-tree-gift-ideas/gift-trees.

A Gift That Is Personal

A Gift Tree offers an opportunity to give something tailored to the receiver. Each Gift Tree species is unique in colour, texture, form, size, contribution to wildlife and ecology, and even folklore. There is a great variety of choice. If it's a tree to bring blossom and birds to a small garden you might choose the Wild Cherry, or if it's a tree to bring majesty and splendour to a larger garden you might try the Oak. It might just be that someone has a favourite tree you know of, and how thoughtful it would be to surprise them with one to plant.

A Gift For Health

The act of planting, nurturing and enjoying your Gift Tree has lots of associated health benefits, proven scientifically. They can improve our physical health, motivation, general wellbeing and even recovery from illness and surgery. Rather than chocolates and wine why not try something with a more lasting benefit.

A Gift For The Seasons

Giving a gift tree offers another reason to enjoy the coming and going of the seasons. It could be the ornamental bark of the Birch tree enjoyed in the winter seasons, the blossom of the Cherry to welcome in spring, the summer berries of the Rowan tree, or the yellow and red autumn tones of a Maple to add warmth to the colder days.

14 October 2015 at 14:25 / Comment

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