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Gift ideas for Valentine's Day

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) - Valentine's Day is Friday and if you're still looking for a gift here's a few ideas, of course there are red roses but, what if you're in a new relationship.

One option, try giving your special someone an assortment of gifts. Kathy Bogenrief, a Siouxland florist, said you can never go wrong with a gift basket. She suggests natural soaps, bath salts, some herbal tea and a balloon to top it off.

Or, to show your valentine that they're one in a million, Bogenrief said shoot for a bouquet of tropical fresh flowers.

"Those are a little unique," said Kathy Bogenrief, owner of A Step In Thyme Florals. "You don't see them all the time. Like the birds of paradise, the pincushions, ginger and anthuriums. So those are a little nice. They're tropical, they're gorgeous and they just say, 'love me!'"

Does your sweetheart have a sweet tooth? Jon Sadler from Palmer Candy Company said people go nuts over their truffles.    

"There'll be guys lined up at the case on Thursday and Friday . You know, six deep, waiting to get them," said Jon Sadler, manager at Palmer Candy Company. "And, we also do the gourmet carmel apples."

That's big granny smith apples dipped in fresh carmel and chocolate with a white chocolate drizzle on top.

Don't have a special someone? Show your best friend how much you care with a bouquet of yellow flowers, a symbol for friendship.
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