Thank you for all your entries to our best
thing I never did competition. We had a good giggle at some of
the wacky entrepreneurial ideas that never got past the family. And
shed a tear at the heartwarming ones.
Congrats to Amy! You have a set of our lovely Floris ceramics
winging their way to you now. And here is her guilt-free Christmas
'Wouldn't it be great if you could go and pick your tree,
dig it up (roots and all) then lovingly water it and care for it
until Christmas is over when a nice man comes to collect it and
re-plant it in a big field filled with other happy, well
loved Christmas trees and it will continue to grow until
the next Christmas where it will be dug up and delivered to your
house ready to fulfill its Christmas duties once again.
I loved the idea of having the same tree each year, growing
with your family. In my head, my business was going to be called
"Tree for life".
I didn't think about the fact that these trees will grow
enormous and potentially not fit through your front door in a few
years time and would probably die from the shock of being routinely
dug up, transported and generally interfered with!
My partner suggested buying a plastic tree