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Father's Day Gift Guide

Posted on June 03 2020

Father's Day 2020 Gift Guide 

Father’s Day is coming around once again and of course, Dad is by far the hardest person to buy for in the family! This year on Sunday 21st June don’t give him the typical aftershave and shower-gel combo from your local shopping mall. Now is the time to make a plan so you can show him how much he means to you with a gift that he will really remember.

Let him know how special he is by giving him a gift that will last forever. Something that celebrates everything he has given you and the memories you share together. A tree has the power to stand strong and tall, to grow and be nurtured by those around it so it flourishes. Now is the time to show your Dad how much he means to you and thank him for all of the love, protection and wisdom he has given you throughout your life.

Below are some of our favourite gifts for Dad, take a look for some inspiration!

Hazel tree

In Celtic mythology this magical tree represents wisdom, faith and inspiration. This tree will happily grow in any garden and its edible hazelnuts which ripen every autumn can be eaten straight from the tree! 

Elder tree

In Celtic mythology, the Elder tree symbolises good health and happiness. Every summer you can watch its branches fill with Elderflowers and hang heavy with beautiful edible berries in autumn!

Silver Birch tree

This slender tree is treasured for its silver-white bark and delicate leaves on a crown of arched branches. As one of the most sacred trees in mythology it symbolises protection and new beginnings.

Irish Oak tree gift

Irish Oak tree

The majestic tree symbolises strength, truth, courage and wisdom. The Irish Oak tree has an abundance of lush, green leaves in spring and summer, this dense foliage is wonderful for our garden birds to safely make their nests.

Wild Plum tree

Wild Plum tree

In Celtic mythology the Plum tree is sacred and symbolises hope and happiness. Wild Plum tree is treasured for its abundance of pale pink flowers which blossom in early spring. In autumn the deep-red, sweet plums can be eaten straight from the tree!

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