The closer to the equator, the less fir trees there are, and the harder they are to get. But, a tropical tree is a great alternative for those who live with a snow-less climate, those who are looking for something different, or for those who travel to a balmy destination for Christmas. Here are a few great alternatives for a tropical Christmas (whether there’s snow on the ground or not!).
Tomatoes On Vine Ornament
Dimensions: 3.75 X 2 X 2.5 (HxLxW)
Item Number: #28124
This ornament seems sturdy for a glass ornament. Friends and family started growing tomatoes this year for the first time. That led to children eating cherry tomatoes off the vine and learning to like them. This is a fun way to remind them of a positive experience in 2020.
My daughter, the vegetable gardener, will love it.
The tomato ornament is well crafted and will look cute on the Christmas tree.
We love this ornament! My husband had a bumper crop this year and this ornament will commemorate his first growing season. The ornament is a nice size, not too big. Nice tones in the colour as well.
We believe that ornaments aren’t just for Christmas—we think ornaments look great on the tree—but we love it when our ornaments commemorate a special holiday, event or vacation during all the other times of the year. At our reasonable price point, an ornament makes the perfect gift topper or gift itself to remember special life events. Giving a personal gift creates so much meaning, and though we’re confident you’ll find something we already offer, if not, we’re ready with your new, spectacular idea.
Coffee—and the caffeine that comes with it—is the lifeblood of productivity. It’s an important part of people’s day, not only in the US, but around the world. Old World Christmas runs on elf power, but a lesser known secret is elves run on both sugar and coffee. All part of an unbalanced, but extremely productive, diet. We have a comprehensive coffee ornament collection we’re excited about. It covers all tastes and levels of coffee interests.