Tu B'Shvat in a Box
Tu B'Shevat is the birthday of the trees. Our Tu B'Shevat boxes include everything you need to celebrate this fun holiday with your family! Enjoying the beauty of nature is a wonderful way to bring a smile to your face every day. Our Tu B'Shvat in a Box™ has everything you need to celebrate the Jewish Birthday of the Trees in style. Build & decorate an Almond Tree, make Seven Species chocolate, plant your herb plants, decorate with the Seven Species flags, and much more!
- Decorate with the seven species flags: Decorate your house for the celebration of Tu B’Shvat, the Jewish New Year for the trees, with the ‘The Seven Species’ - the crops associated with the land of Israel in the Bible. We recreated the iconic illustrations of ‘The Seven Species’ by the contemporary designer Zvi Narkis.
- Build and decorate an almond tree: One of the first trees to bloom in the land of Israel is the Almond tree, or ‘Shkedia in Hebrew. Assemble and invite the family to add flowers.
- Make Seven Species chocolate: Our designers created a Seven Species mold so that you can unleash your creativity with chocolate and other dried fruit treats. Use our recipes, or surprise us and share your creations!
- Plant your own herb plants! Planting is the main tradition of Tu B’Shvat. We included two planting kits for Mint and Sweet Basil. Just add water and wait. Soon you’ll have your own herb plants you can use!
- Celebrate Tu B'Shevat like a pro: Set includes original and colorful Days Tu B’Shvat Guide has 50 pages full of holiday traditions, step-by-step instructions, the Tu B’Shvat seder ceremony, and much more!
Box Size: 10" x 10" x 3"
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More about Days United
Days United's mission is to help families celebrate traditions and share the richness of our cultures with our communities. They work hard to translate rituals and blessings, search out tasty recipes and cool designs, and develop original craft projects. They provide all the ingredients to help you reconnect with childhood memories, find new meanings in old traditions, and share the experiences with family, friends, and neighbors. So whether you’re celebrating the holiday for the first or the fifty-first time, they want to help you do it your way.