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By , June 30, 2014

Decorate your Home for the Holidays!

Add a festive touch to your home for the Christmas Season!

If you are excited about the coming Christmas season you can find everything you need to decorate your home for the Holidays at our stores. You can choose the perfect Christmas tree, and get it flocked. You can pick out a Poinsettia, Amaryllis, or Paperwhite to add colour to your living room. Ask one of our florists to make a kissing ball, Grinch Tree, or table centerpiece for the perfect holiday party.

Our stores are open late starting on Wednesday December 3rd. You can shop from 9 am until 8 pm Mondays through Saturdays and 9 am to 5:30 pm on Sundays. For our complete store hours click here.

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Cedar Garland

December 8th, 2014

Add fragrance to your home with Cedar Garland

There is nothing quite as aluring as the scent of cedar in your home. You can adorn your hearth, mantle, or staicase banister with cedar garland to make your home more festive this holiday season. You can buy it by the foot or in a 50 foot roll to decorate your whole home. The cedar garland looks great around a doorway at your entrance or even on a fence.

Holiday Decorations

December 1st, 2014

Decorate your Home for the Holidays!

Bring the scents of the season home for the holiday season. There is nothing like to fresh scent of Cedar, Pine, and Fir to give your home that holiday scent. You can hang a wreath on your front door, or cedar garland across your mantle. Add some fresh dogwood, fir, willow, or holly branches to the your porch pots and patio planters to give them a little winter colour.

Holiday Wreath

Holiday Wreath

 

Learn to make a Fresh Wreath!

Come in to our Surrey store this Saturday December 6th at 10:30 am and 1:30 pm and you can learn to make your own fresh wreath. Our florist will teach you how to attach greens to a wire wreath frame and decorate it with a variety of items including; pine cones, holly, and ribbon. Call the store today to register. For more information click here.

 

Grinch Tree

Grinch Tree

 

Learn to make a “Grinch Tree”!

Create a conversation piece for your table this holiday season by making a “Grinch Tree”. This miniature tree will make a great addition to any table in your home or make a great gift for your family or friends that you visit. On Saturday December 13th one of our staff will teach you how to create your own miniature “Grinch Tree” using fresh cut cedar artistically wired into a clay pot and embellished with decorations. Please call to register for this class. For more information click here.

Holiday Centerpiece

Holiday Centerpiece

 

 

Create a Holiday Centerpiece

Perfect for your holiday table or to give as a hostess gift, create an elegant centerpiece of seasonal colour and texture. Our designers give tips and teach you how the pros do it. Join us on Saturday December 20th when our florist will teach you how to make a festive Holiday Centerpiece. Please call to register for this class. For more information click here.

Poinsettias

December 1st, 2014

Add Colour to Your Holiday Season!

Poinsettias make a great addition to any home during the Holiday season. This beautiful plant comes in a variety of colours but the most popular are red, white, and pink. Associated with Christmas since the 16th century these plants have been bred and cultivated to produce the huge red leaves that we are used to today. For information about how to care for your Poinsettia click here.

Paperwhites

November 10th, 2014

It is time to Start your Paperwhites for Christmas Blooms!

Paperwhites is the name given to these easy-to-grow Daffodils, also known as Narcissus. Paperwhites grow and bloom indoors very easily. They require little care but reward you with a long period of fragrant indoor flowers. They are great near an entrance way to greet your guests or in your living or dining room to add a sweet fragrance.

Paperwhites can be grown in a pot with soil, but do just as well in rocks with water. To grow them in soil find a suitable pot and plant the bulb so that the top third of the bulb is visible above the soil. Water them until the soil is evenly moist. To grown them in water place an inch or two of rocks or glass beads in the bottom of a vase. Place the bulbs on top of the rocks an fill the vase with water until it touches the base of the bulb. Place the pot or vase in a bright sunny window to encourage the bulbs to grow. Regularly check the pot or vase adding water as needed. It is best if you plant the bulbs in the soil or rocks and place them in a cool room for 2 to 3 weeks to let them develop roots. Then move them indoors where it should take 4 to 6 weeks to bloom.

 

 

Amaryllis

October 27th, 2014

Start your Amaryllis now for Christmas Blooms!

If you are looking for some beautiful flowers to bloom in your home for the holidays look no further than Amaryllis. These bulbs provide your with weeks of colour through the holiday season, often blooming well into January. Amaryllis normally take about 6 to 8 weeks from the time you plant them until they bloom. If you don’t have that much time you can grow several special varieties that will bloom in 4 to 6 weeks. They can produce multiple flowers stems with 3 to 6 blooms per stem. You can choose from a number of varieties including:

  • Apple Blossom
  • Mont Blanc
  • Red Lion

 

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