Gift Wrapping for Gardeners

It’s all in the details! Wrapping presents can seem like just another chore during the holidays, but it can actually be fun! These ideas will really make your gifts stand out, putting an extra big smile on that special someone’s face.

  1. Wrap with an Herb out of Your Garden

Rope Recycled Rosemary Package

Rosemary symbolizes love and remembrance, and smells like Christmas. Tie a spring or two beneath the ribbon right before delivering your gifts. Your loved ones will love the fragrance!

  1. Smell Fresh with Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus Leaves

Rosemary, Eucalyptus also has a fresh, minty scent. Let your friends and family smell how much you love them!

  1. Embellish with Evergreens

Silver Berry

An evergreen that will remind you and your loved ones of what Christmas is all about. Elaeagnus is an unexpected way to spruce up your wrapping skills.

  1. Get Creative with Pinecones

Burlap Christmas Bow, And Ornaments With Pinecones Isolated On W

Paint a tiny pinecone white, or leave it in its natural state. You can tie it on with a ribbon, or use a hot glue gun. It’s a cute trendy way to add a personal and organic touch to your presents.

  1. Decorate with Holly

Useful background for Christmas or Thanksgiving greeting card or message. Light or white wood with holly and ivy.

Exploding with Christmas cheer with bright green leave and red berries, this infamous kissing cue is a staple for the holidays. Wrap a gift with simple paper, add a couple of sprigs of holly with a safety pin and you’re done!

  1. Add Some Southern Charm

Cotton. Beautiful Cotton plant buds over wooden background

Whether you live on a cotton farm or not, using a boll of cotton as a gift topper will give a touch of southern charm to your wrapping.

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About Kaitlin

Kaitlin has been gardening for a couple of years, and has found her green thumb, which she possibly inherited from her grandmother. Fueling her interest in gardening is her passion for cooking and love of all things living. She's a writer for Jackson & Perkins, but in her free time enjoys running with her Cocker Spaniel, baking anything from scratch and reading books on mysterious subjects like psychology and finance.

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