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7 May 2018

3 amazing gift ideas to treat your mum this Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and it’s just one of those days that everyone seems to forget until the last minute. But of course, you want to show your mum how much she means to you! All those late nights waiting up for you and the delicious home-cooked meals, it’s about time she gets something back.

Here are our top 3 ways to treat your mum this Mother’s Day and show her you really care

1. Gift her something she can eat

All that time she spent rushing around and making sure you got your healthy 3 meals a day, it’s about time someone made her some delicious food. But if you’re not as culinarily inclined as she is then try our Calyx Mother’s Day High Tea and Unlimited bubbly or champagne. Our chefs at The Calyx have prepared a special menu, inspired by their own mothers, which you can enjoy in front of the 18,000 flowers at our Pollination Exhibit

2. Gift her something to make her feel great

If she loves the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, then give her a little bit that she can take away. For a limited time, the Garden Shop is selling special Mother’s Day packages. You can buy her some Garden-grown honey and 100 ml of Organic Hand Crème for only $40. This is the perfect pamper package and ideal little gift for Mother’s Day (particularly if it’s short notice!).

3. Gift her something she can use

For the hands-on mums, we have our popular Inside Dig event that returns on Friday 18 May. Our horticultural consultant, Angie Thomas, will teach you to create beautiful floral arrangements and garden displays, to recreate at home.
In this amazing Mother’s Day gift you will have the opportunity to discuss growing tips over a glass of wine and an antipasto spread. This amazing mother-child bonding event sold out last year, so be sure to book!

For more information on what we have happening over the Mother’s Day weekend, take a look at our What’s On page on the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney website here.
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