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December Greetings

Here it December 1st, rather crazy because the garden season still hasn't ended . No I haven't finished putting my garden to bed as I have been busy with Christmas evergreens....(there is always something more to do in the garden - just like cleaning). I am still cutting kale, eucalyptus, dusty miller and rosemary for arrangements. Although mostly I have been making wreaths, swags and more... so much that it feels like late December already .... It has been a busy season! Early December people tend to focus on the outside of their houses thus I am very busy with the outdoor decorations.There are many 1 of a kind options , others I can make quantities of. By the 2nd week of December people are thinking about fresh indoor arrangements . I will be posting pictures of centerpieces soon. I also have a nice selection of artificial Christmas arrangements ... Due to covid ,appointments are suggested for a consultation in my workshop... You can also stop by the tree farm Dec 4-7.... ( Friday and Monday 12-5 and Saturday and Sunday 9-5) There is a good selection there to check out, which I keep restocking. Don't forget to check out the Cure raffle baskets....

I am hoping we don't get too much snow and ice this December as Christmas has overtaken the Whole garage! and there is no room for my car! lol

If you are ready to think about spring... or even Christmas gifting..... check out the Flower CSA or the 12 months of Flowers... A purchase of these made in Dec 2020 includes a free holiday tablepiece....

Well time to head to the workshop , as the snow makes it feel the Christmas!







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