“O-love you” Valentine’s Day gift idea – Product Review

By | February 7, 2013

We’ve had the Vinyl Wall Clocks gift idea and the cookies and cake suggestion for Valentine’s Day, today’s gift idea is something to appeal to those green-fingered amongst us and will last longer than a bunch of flowers.

With this in mind, Plants 4 Presents sent me one of their “O-love you” trees to take a look at, an olive tree (very clever use of words there).

The plant came very securely packaged in its cardboard box:

And once inside the box, it was securely and attractively surrounded by tissue paper:



Here’s the “O-love you” tree, it came in a lovely pail and a red ribbon:


Plant tonic and a gift card were also included, together with a care sheet:


As someone who has managed to ignore and exterminate a slider plant before, this is the perfect plant. It’s happily been on my (sunny) bathroom window sill for a week and is already showing new shoot growth.

There are plenty of other plants available on Plants 4 Presents website and I was really impressed with the packaging and care of the plant prior to shipment, having previously ordered garden plants who’ve arrived broken or damaged.

Really happy to recommend anything I’ve featured in the run-up to Valentine’s Day.

Disclaimer: I received an olive tree for the purpose of this review, these are my words and I was not paid for this post.

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Mothers Day gift ideas and a competition for the children | Autism Mumma (Jeannette) on 26th February 2013 at 10:46 am.

[…] If you’re looking for a gift for a mum/mum-to-be/carer/grandparent, saying it with flowers is always welcome. We have such dreadful weather in this country, that a look at or a sniff of some pretty blooms can instantly brighten up our day. Plants4presents.co.uk are a great choice and you can read my review here. […]


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