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D E C K   T H E   H A L L S

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ALL HOLIDAY ITEMS ARE NOW 50% OFF

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CHRISTMAS TREES

Shop our excellent selection of freshly cut Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir and Douglas Fir Christmas Trees in a variety of sizes from tabletop trees to 8' and larger. We also offer a selection of Live Christmas Tree options.

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WREATHS & GREENS

We design and decorate ready-to-hang holiday wreaths, kissing balls, garlands, and swags, cemetery boxes, centerpieces and more! Our selection of loose greens, roping, winterberry and other elements are perfect for designing your own.

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DÉCOR & GIFTS

Our shop offers seasonal and holiday items that make excellent décor and gift options. You’ll find Amaryllis, Paperwhites, Pointsettias. Birch logs & reindeer. Birdseed and feeders, garden tools, pottery, houseplants and more!

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Method 3: Insulate the root zone.   Mound mulch, straw, or other insulation around the pot to protect the root zone from temperatures below 20°F. Chicken wire is helpful to contain the insulation through winter. Place the tree in an area protected from salt spray and harsh winter winds.

Method 2: Store it in a cool spot that stays just above freezing.  Store your plants in an unheated garage, unfinished basement, or protected area that remains between 30-40°F. Water periodically (once or twice per month). Bring your potted evergreen outside when nighttime temperatures remain above freezing.

Method 1: Plant it temporarily!  Pre-dig a hole before the ground freezes in an area protected from winter winds and plant the tree, container and all, in the hole after the holidays. Mulch the root zone with 3-4" of bark mulch for insulation and water your tree during periods of winter thaw.

THREE METHODS TO TRY

HOW TO STORE POTTED

EVERGREENS OVER WINTER:

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