When a gardener wraps Christmas presents, she starts out with her stash of wrapping paper accumulated over several years.
She likes this one because it has amaryllis, holly, pine and roses on it.
She likes this paper because it has poinsettias on it and even says "Poinsettia" all over it.
every hoe she has every year for the next decade, and then some.
She was really excited to find this paper because it has botanical names printed on it.
For a more vintage, traditional Christmas look, she also has paper with Christmas trees.
While she's wrapping all the gifts she thinks about cutting some of the branches in the back of the Christmas tree, where no one would notice if a few branches were shorter, to use for package decorations.
Felco pruners which she hasn't had a chance to use in almost a month, so she decides not to do it.
When all the gifts are wrapped, she puts some of them in this bag which even has the word "botanical" on it.
When she is all done wrapping everything, the gardener ends up with this one odd gift amongst the Christmas presents.
Society of Gardeners Age Fifty and Over (SGAFO) because she doesn't actually garden, though she likes gardens and pretty flowers. But she will be 50, so she'll be eligible to join if someday she does decide she would like to garden.
Then when the gardener is all done wrapping presents, she admires the flowers and trees and botanical words on the packages. It all makes her very happy and puts her in the Christmas spirit. It makes her want to start a Christmas tree farm. It makes her wish she had more amaryllis plants. It makes her think of the Christmas Cottontail and she can hardly wait for Christmas!