The days are getting dark pretty fast now, and by the time I stumble out to the warehouse area to take pictures of the fruit baskets (always the last ones to be finished), it is proper dark! I don't mind though. It makes the fruit baskets stand out even more because they're so bright and cheerful.
Our first fruit basket today is the Fruit Oasis.
Notice that there are pears in the fruit baskets today! At least I think they are pears? Usually they are too soft to be sent in a basket but I think the team picked some which are a bit hardier. You know, looking at these fruit and then at the dark evenings with cooler temperatures creeping up on us, I cannot help but think 'Can somebody slice up the fruit and make mulled wine please?' What about you? What would you make with a large selection of fruit if it was sent to you?
Next up, we have a Flowers & Chocolate basket.
Billy is getting this as congratulations on his engagement with his special someone in Fairbourne. It was sent by Sonny, Suzanne and Joyce, and they wish him a great time and 'good luck for the future'. We hope you would share this basket with your special someone, Billy. Happy Engagement!
Last up, torn between several baskets, it was either a Healthy Twist basket, a Boredom Buster or a Flowers & Fruit. In the end, I chose the last one because I'm fairly sure I covered to the other two in the last two weeks, whilst the Flowers & Fruit basket is a bit more uncommon.
I love the choice of ribbon on the flowers in this basket. It's festive, without screaming Christmas is here, and also traditional and celebratory looking. Perfectly suitable for birthday this basket is for. Sally in Bristol would like to wish her dad in Cambridge a very happy 90th birthday with this lovely gift. We hope you enjoy the gift, sir!