Valentine's Day Gifts for Berry Lovers

Get Ready for a Very Berry Valentine's Day

I've said it once and I'll say it again – berry lovers are some of the easiest people to shop for, and that's a very good thing considering Valentine's Day is right around the corner. If you've got a berry lover on your list (and if you're a berry lover yourself, chances are you do) these gifts are sure to be a hit.

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Chocolates are a traditional gift on Valentine's Day, but a berry lover probably won't be too thrilled with a box of rich truffles. Try chocolate covered strawberries instead. You can get divine chocolate covered strawberries from gourmet boutiques or you can make your own. Whichever you choose, your berry lover is sure to appreciate it.

A Garden Center Gift Certificate

Spring will be here before you know it and your berry lover might be itching to plant some new berries in their garden. That's why a garden center gift certificate can make the best Valentine's gift of all. Just make sure the garden center you select is known to a good selection of berries. Some just aren't up to par.

A Romantic Bottle of Wine

Most couples like to enjoy a romantic bottle of wine on Valentine's Day, and a berry wine is perfect for a berry-loving couple. Many great wines have wonderful berry tones in them. If you don't know which wine to buy, see if there's a local sommelier in your area. They can help you pick the perfect bottle.

Jams and Jellies

Did your berry-loving significant other run short of canning time this year? You can come to the rescue this Valentine's Day with some berry jams and jellies. See if your local "pick-your-own" farms have a gift shop that sells these berry delights or check the local grocer. If all else fails, the Internet is sure to turn up a few jam and jelly offerings.

And there you have it – four great Valentine's gifts for berry lovers. Of course, if you're the biggest berry lover of all, there's nothing that says you can't buy yourself a Valentine's Day gift every now and then. Is there?

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