It’s Holiday Gift Time Again

Take a look at what’s available this year, and hopefully there will be something for everyone on your list.

| October 24, 2008

  • Logee's offers a Red Antherium on a blessed volcanic rock.
    Logee's offers a Red Antherium on a blessed volcanic rock.
    courtesy Logee's

  • Logee's offers a Red Antherium on a blessed volcanic rock.

In the maze of holiday gifts, it is often difficult to find that special something for that special someone. Here are just a few ideas.

West County Gardener has two unique gloves that are sure to please the gardeners in your household. For gloves for both adults and children, click here.

Racine Danish Kringles offers grownups and youngsters alike the way to a sweet, sumptuous present. Enter's latest gift idea: The Kringle Express. Check here for details.

Logee’s Tropical Plants is the place to look for exotic indoor plants and out-of-the-ordinary gifts that are perfect for anyone who appreciates “green” gifts. There are plants for the green thumb gardeners on your list, as well as some great choices for people who are horticulturally challenged. Byron Martin, the self-proclaimed Head Plant Geek at Logee’s, says “Some of the coolest looking tropical indoor plants are actually very easy to grow.” Check out these offerings

The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has appeared in the pages of GRIT, and the group offers some great gift suggestions: A gift membership, guidebooks, a stylish cycling jersey and a children’s book. Take a look

The Field Museum Stores are filled with treasures for gift giving, for her, for him, for the children, for those who are hard to shop for, and for every budget. We’ve listed the spotlighted items for every budget here

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