Press Release: Give Twice With Gifts From The Garden

Rose Getch
National Gardening Association
(800) 538-7476, ext. 129


South Burlington, VT - October 27, 2004 - As the holiday season approaches, consider sharing these fine garden gifts with your friends and loved ones. Your purchase from the nonprofit National Gardening Association (NGA) gives twice: once to your gift recipient, and again to the school and community gardens that benefit from our programs.

Provence Sunflower Wreath
Give an armchair traveler a visit to the French countryside with this vibrant blue and gold wreath. Five naturally dried sunflowers, heavenly blue larkspur, white daisies and coppery nigella seed pods dress the salal base. Measures 16" inches across. $39.95

Victorian Holiday Wreath
In classic ivory, burgundy, and greens, this everlasting wreath of caspia adorned with flowers and ribbon is reminiscent of Victorian luxury. Lavishly decorated with hydrangea, statice, daisies, salal leaves, ferns, and a single large rose. Measures 16" across. $39.95

Lavender Neck Pillow
Give the gift of relaxation! Heated in a microwave, the fragrant moist heat of this soft, embracing pillow relaxes both body and mind. Removable insert contains lavender flowers and flax seed. Cozy polar fleece cover is machine washable. Measures 5" w x 24" $29.95

Lavender Spa Booties
Heat these lavender-filled fleece booties in the microwave to soothe and pamper tired feet! The lavender aids relaxation, and the moist heat increases circulation. Great for relaxing after a long day, or to keep feet warm in bed. Removable inserts contain lavender flowers and flax seed. Cozy polar fleece is machine washable. One size fits women's sizes 6 to 10. $29.95

All garden gift purchases through help NGA continue our mission: To renew and sustain the essential connection among people, plants, and the environment through cross-curricular garden-based education programs and public outreach that foster environmental stewardship, health and wellness, and vital, vibrant communities.

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