In the United States and in many other countries that has adopted the modern-day tradition, Mother’s Day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May. It is a very popular tradition filled with flowers, greeting cards and gifts, which business research has shown to amount to approximately US $5 billion annually.
No matter how you look at it, Mother’s Day can leave carbon footprints on the environment from the flowers harvested to the electronic gifts manufactured. You can, however, make your Mother’s Day gifts more Eco-friendly with these green gift ideas.
Your mother’s personality will determine the fun green gifts you can give her on her special day. These are usually gifts that involve providing for fun, free, and friendly activities at little strain to your pockets.