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1. A Simple Flower Says So Much Buy Orchids in India
2. Tiny Gardens Can Yield Large Crops
3. A Gift Basket
        
Flowers!   Flowers!   Flowers!

A Simple Flower Says So Much

Perhaps, the most popular gift all over the world is the gift of flowers. Whether it is a carefully chosen bouquet of flowers or just a stem, it is sure to convey a warm feeling to the recipient. It's not only because the flowers are beautiful and their fragrance is exhilarating, they carry the freshness of nature and the world outside with them. They appeal to all our senses and brighten up our homes and our hearts. Every time we look at them, we feel grateful to the sender for giving us so much joy.

Flowers and herbs have been used for centuries for a variety of purposes and have a strong place in history. In fact, every culture has invested flowers with some kind of significance. In early Rome, for example, flowers were carried by brides in an attempt to ward off evil spirits and ensure fertility. In medieval Europe, floral nosegays and strong herbs were thought to protect the bearer from ill health, long before most people knew about germs and the spread of disease.

Far away from these medieval superstitions, flowers are simply considered to be signifying an important event in an individual's life. Flowers are presented as gift in a bevy of occasions like weddings, births, funerals anniversaries and congratulations. Even psychologists agree on the fact that flowers do have a positive impact on human emotions. Whatever the case, a flower delights us with its fragile beauty besides being a symbol of eternal love and affection.

Flowers as gifts of love are as expressive and as eloquent as words, if not more. In fact, where words fall short and fail to express some deep sentiments, flowers convey them much more beautifully. You can either arrange a bunch of flowers creatively yourself, or take the professional help of a florist to put together an artistic bouquet. However you choose to make your gift of flowers, you can be sure it will convey all your sentiments to the recipient.

Flowers are truly a gift to us all, not just for the fact that they make wonderful gifts to give a friend or loved one, but in the fact that they are beautiful and fascinating examples of the powerful effect that nature has on all humans. Flowers can affect our moods, and delight our senses. They have the power to evoke images and youth, beauty and happiness, and they are enduring symbols of the renewal of life. Fresh flowers and arrangements can be an expression of your thoughts and feelings for these reasons and many more.

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Gardens! Gardens! Gardens!

Tiny Gardens Can Yield Large Crops

No matter what type of lifestyle and housing people choose, the fact that they love to garden never changes. It is common to believe that if you live in an apartment, condo or other home that doesn't have much of a yard or land to grow a garden on is that gardening simply isn't an option. Fortunately, some very creative gardeners have discovered a number of different ways that allow one to grow a garden in a very limited space so that anyone can enjoy their own fresh plants.

For full use of the area an idea called the 'inter- cropping system' should be used. In order to be successful you must study the plants and vegetables that you most want and decide on ones that need just 4 - 6 inches per plant.

Vegetables that work well with this system are things like radishes, spinach, beets turnips, green onion, carrots, lettuce, parsley, chard and kohlrabi. These are also plants that enjoy and can germinate in cold soil to the point of being able to cope with quite deep frosts. This means that they can be planted earlier in the year, before the frosts have finished.

Any plants that offer the chance to obtain a multiple harvest, such as tomatoes, peppers, spinach, parsley, kale, herbs, green onions and celery are also a key strategy in the plan and vegetables that offer a one-time harvest, such as cauliflower, cabbage, lettuce, garlic, radishes and onion bulbs need to be carefully considered. There will always be a trade to consider; the vegetables you want as opposed to the efficiency of the space at your disposal.

When you are happy with you choice and you plant them, make sure that you give as much space as you can to each plant. Remember how much they'll grow and that their fruits will be smaller and less in quantity if they are over crowded. Most packets of seeds have the information that you'll require; ensure that you comply for the best yields possible.

A number of garden plants tend to sprawl with growth, like vine plants and can require more space between plants. You can save space by enclosing these plants in a circle of wire fencing or even staking the plants as they grow. Not only will you gain more space, but you will keep the plants and produce off of the ground for a more even and less contaminated growth. This technique traditionally allows for the plant to produce more.

With even just a small window box, it is still possible to grow something using the inter-cropping system but remember to think about the harvest requirements and remember to give as much space as you can and you simply can't go wrong!

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Gift Baskets! Gift Baskets! Gift Baskets!

A Gift Basket

One of the most popular and widely appreciated gift ideas is a gift basket. But when you go to buy one, you might find the price too high for your purse. In that case the best option is to make your own gift basket. Making your own gift basket has another plus point; you can give it a personal touch by adding things that are right for the occasion and which are to the taste of the recipient.

When you wash your freshly bought fruits and vegetables you need to wait for sometime so that the water dries out, before putting them in the refrigerator. Here a basket can be used to put these fruits and vegetables.

The main ingredients of the box or basket are the ones you place outside it. Use common and inexpensive items that could be re-used by the recipient. Thus, for baking-themed gift basket, use a large mixing bowl, a beach bag for the outgoing person's basket, or a laundry basket having cleaning supplies for your friend's first- apartment basket.

For instance you can take a large mixing bowl if the theme is baking, or a beach bag for one who loves to sit in the sun, or a laundry basket full of cleansers for someone who is moving into a new apartment.

The first step towards assembling your basket is putting a layer of newspaper or Styrofoam at the bottom of the container. This layer would allow you to give a professional appearance to your gift, heighten the contents and hold them without fear of slipping from the bottom if the container has partitions. Then use colorful tissue paper, or shredded paper for that matter to cover the first layer. Arrange the contents inside the basket in ascending order, with the smallest item in the front. After finishing this steps, wrap the basket in cellophane, tie ribbons and then attach tags. You would be amazed what you had accomplished when you see the first product.

Last but not the least kids love to use baskets to make house for their sweet little puppies or kittens. In a nut shell, baskets can be used for anything and everything that needs to be stored.

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