HOLIDAY DESIGN TRENDS

While winter is not heavily associated with plants, the holidays are the one major exception! Traditionally, holiday greenery has been limited to evergreen boughs, poinsettias, and Christmas cactus. This year, however, there have been exciting trends in holiday greenery, incorporating fresh-looking herbs and foliage in muted, neutral colors. We’re also seeing a shift into understated holiday decor. The freshest looks for the 2018 holiday season are inspired by minimalism and simplicity.

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CHRISTMAS TREES

It doesn’t truly feel like Christmas until we’ve brought home the tree! Decorating the tree as a family is as much of a tradition as the Christmas morning gift exchange. However, while you might have anywhere from five to fifty gifts under the tree at once, most families only get one tree! That’s why it’s essential to make sure we’re choosing the right tree and giving it the care it needs to last all season long.

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OVERWINTERING TENDER ANNUALS

While some of our perennials are lucky enough to just be going into their beauty sleep for the winter, we’re saying goodbye to some of our favorite summer annuals. The approaching winter weather doesn’t have to mean the end for all of your annuals, though! Despite their name, many of these plants can thrive for years of summer weather if you save them from the cold.

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HOW TO PRUNE

At first glance, the whole idea of pruning can seem a little extreme or even just backwards. We put effort and love into growing our plants and can be a bit reluctant to start snipping and cutting away perfectly good parts of them. It can be tough to take the first slice, but once you’ve seen the health and beauty benefits of pruning first hand, you’ll be more enthusiastic about picking up the shears.

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DEBUGGING YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN FALL

Compared to the chilly winter temperatures outside, our climate-controlled homes are a luxury getaway for most common pests. With such a comfortable habitat, it makes it easy for them to move in, spelling bad news not just for your tropicals being moved indoors, but any other houseplants in your home, as well, so it’s our job to protect them all. Here are some of the most common offenders and how to give them an encouraging boot out the door.

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TREE PLANTING MADE SIMPLE

Adding a new tree to your home isn’t just another chore to be done - it’s an investment into the future of your home and garden, and the addition of something new that will grow with you and your family. It’s easier than you think, and the perfect time to get started is now.

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FALL COLOR TRENDS


Fall is nature’s most decorative time and designing your garden with fall color will help you keep up with the changing trend this season. With fall flora like these, though, freshening up your fall aesthetic is easy.


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