Botanical gardens across the U.S. brighten the holiday season with millions of twinkling lights, many of which are energy efficient LEDs.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
There is something truly magical that happens when you lay underneath a newly decorated tree and stare up through the maze of tiny lights that cause even the most time-worn ornaments to glisten like new.
Circle around a simple holiday wreath made from PVC pipe.
In a classic Christmas movie, fictional Clark Griswold hung 250 strands of lights. That’s nothing compared to some of our customers.
Stringing Christmas lights and putting out all the holiday décor can be a big job. Why not let someone else do it?
Make a fun and festive dish garden for your host or hostess this holiday season.
Jams, jellies, relishes, mustards, and pickles make delicious holiday gifts.
As the song says, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
Decorate for Thanksgiving in rustic style, with a burlap wreath on the door and fragrant paperwhites on the table. Add ornaments in soft blue, mint green, and red, and you’re ready for Christmas.
Let your Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations reflect your Modern style.
If your holiday decorating style is Traditional, you’re drawn to decorations that are warm, familiar, and have the classic red and green palette.