Our poinsettias are coloring up, and looking fabulous. Since we grow our own, now is the time to come and get them! First come, first serve! It’s been a fun and interesting crop, and we learn new things every growing season.
If you’re out front picking out the perfect tree, jump in the car and take a ride to our greenhouse outback. We’ll have elves working in the first one (with Christmas Lights) and that’s where you’ll find gifts, plants and poinsettias. We have ribbons for making custom bows, so you can mix and match!
We looking forward to seeing you this holiday season! The countdown is on!
The time has come!
We’re just about half way through November (can you believe it!?) and we are all starting to feel the holidays coming. We offer customized decorating services. Do you have a door entrance you’re not sure what to do with this year? Send us a picture!
Wreaths, handmade bows, greens (in many sizes and shapes) log baskets, Boxwood Trees, kissing balls, and window boxes are right up our alley.
We are expecting our greens to come in the week of
November 12th. But it’s not too early to make arrangements. There are a lot of things we can prep right now to save time
(like making bows!)
Starting to think about the holidays? With the nature of this business, we are always thinking at least one season ahead. We don’t believe in pushing seasons or holidays on our customers, but we’d like to share this special crop with you!
This is our 3rd year growing our own poinsettias. We bring our poinsettias in during the last week of September, and grow them on into the holiday season. This is a very demanding crop, originating from South America, the poinsettia crop is more acclimated to warmer climates and brighter days. When we receive our poinsettias, they are green. But as the daylight diminishes and the temperatures drop, the colors that we all expect around the holidays start to enhance.
One of our deciding factors to grow poinsettias is that we are able to order more colors and sizes that are otherwise unavailable. We have some favorites that you cannot find anywhere else in this area! Two that come to mind are Ice Punch, a vibrant reddish-pink with white down the middle, and Burning Embers which takes on an glowing orange hue.
Check out our gallery to see the progress of our poinsettias!