Sunday, November 23, 2008

Holiday Decorating Demo Saturday December 6th

Want to do more with your holiday greens than just drape them across your mantle? And how about those beautiful bows you see decorating trees and presents? Can you make them yourself?
You can learn if you come to the nursery Saturday December 6th, 11:00 am
Cathy from A Country Lady Florist & Gifts will be here to show us how to decorate with fresh greens, wreaths and garlands plus bow making made simple.

Please send me an email if you plan on coming, we want to give Cathy enough space to work so we need an idea of how many. There is no charge for this demonstration.

Trees in all Sizes

Our first load of fresh cut Christmas trees arrived, they look and smell wonderful. Just walking by the nursery you are able to escape the stresses of the day, so why not walk in. Take a few minutes to touch and smell the season. Our biggest tree this year 21'

Wow Poinsettias have come along way, so many different colors. Something for everyone. Tiger will be happy to help you select just the right one.

And how much easier is it to take home your Christmas tree when you live in the area?

Our trees start at 2' and go up to 21' this year. We held our prices on trees to be the same for our most popular sizes as they were last year.

If your tree won't fit in the wagon, we do offer delivery.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Christmas is arriving

Last week we had a special order of fresh cut Christmas trees come in, and they arrived packed in snow which melted immediately. Our next load of Christmas trees is scheduled to arrive tomorrow so we are grateful for the cooling weather. Every day you will find something new arriving for the holiday season. This week we have Poinsettias in an array of colors and sizes, plus a one time delivery of special ones for Thanksgiving. Poinsettia trees will arrive in a couple of weeks.

Need to know how to care for them once you get them home? Check out the Ecke Company's how to, they know what they are talking about.

Living pine trees may be used for your Christmas tree then planted or donated, just remember they don't enjoy being inside for very long so keep them outdoors as long as possible. Keep them well watered and give plenty of sunlight.

We will be closed Thanksgiving Day, please enjoy the holiday with your family and friends and we'll see you for Hot Cider soon.