Tu B’Shevat T Shirts and Gifts

Shalom Y’All:

Hope all is well with everyone.

This year Tu B’Shevat, Jewish Arbor Day, New Year For Trees, is on January 26, 2013. To celebrate the day we eat new fruits, or food from the seven species described in the Bible as growing in Israel : wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives, and dates.

In Israel, the Holiday is honored by planting trees.

In the 16th century, Kabbalists developed a seder type meal for this day.  At the seder,  the spiritual significance of fruits and of the seven species were discussed. Previously held only in Sephardic communities, today many Ashkenazim have also adopted the Tu B’Shevat seder. The Seder is also celebrated by Jewish environmentalists.

We have a number of t shirts and gifts celebrating this Holiday. Wear them to Tu B’Shevat seders or bring them as gifts.

Here are two of our Jewish Arbor Day designs:

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Live Green.

To see all products with this design, click here.

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Trees are beautiful.

To see all products with this design, click here.

These Tu B’Shevat designs and others appear on shirts, t shirts, jerseys, hooodies, hats, mugs, coasters, aprons, signs, balloons and other novelty gifts. To see our entire collection, click here.

Buy with confidence as all our products feature a 30 day money back guarantee.

To learn more about Tu B’Shevat and to see recipes for this Jewish Holiday, click here.

Enjoy!

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