"Planting a tree in Ireland is more than a gift," says Douglas Bell, president and co-founder, Ever Irish Gifts. "It contributes to a way of life. Living trees have played a central role in the practical and daily spiritual lives of the Irish people for hundreds of years. Trees served as landmarks and icons of family and clan identity, and their importance can be measured by the great number of tree-based place names in Ireland. Of the 16,000 towns in Ireland, 13,000 are named after trees."
Trees symbolize strength and life and planting a tree in Ireland is a unique Irish gift to be treasured forever. And, because sustainability and regeneration of the Irish woodlands is of critical importance, this tree, planted as a young sapling, will contribute to maintaining and repopulating the country's forestry, helping to keep Ireland green and providing satisfaction for future generations in years to come.
"There are no other companies out there that offer such an extraordinary Irish gift," Bell says. "We are thrilled to add this to our exclusive selection of Irish gifts, and it's just in time for St. Patrick's Day, too."
Other Irish gift offerings include the ability to buy a piece of land in Ireland in someone's name.
Specific product details about planting a tree in Ireland can be found here: http://everirishgifts.com/info/Plant_Ireland.aspx .
About Ever Irish Gifts:
Ohio-based Ever Irish Gifts features traditional and contemporary artisan gifts imported from Ireland and the British Isles. They offer impeccable quality, innovative design and superior artisan mastery. Products range from Irish sweaters, jewelry and Irish crystal to home decor, linen and more. Many of the products tell a story and inspire nostalgic passion.
Each year, Douglas and his wife Laura - the company co-founder - travel to Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England to discover emerging artists. All items are housed at a warehouse in the U.S. for fast and easy shipping.
For more information, visit: http://www.everirishgifts.com/ .
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