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By , 2014/06/30

Decorate your Home for the Holidays!

Christmas Trees, Poinsettias, Wreath, Fresh greens, and Holiday Decorations!

The Holiday season is here and you can get everything that you need to decorate your home for the holidays at our stores. Our selection of fresh cut Christmas trees includes Noble, Fraser, Grand, and Douglas Firs. Poinsettias come in a range of colours including red, white, pink, and Marbled colours. Adorn your front door with a fresh wreath and add some decorations to make it look festive.

Our stores are open 7 days a week but the hours vary by day. For our complete store hours click here.

News & Events

Christmas Trees

November 25th, 2016

Fresh Cut Christmas Trees!

There is nothing more enjoyable that the look, feel, and smellĀ of a fresh cut Christmas tree. You can bring the scents of the season home with one of our Douglas Fir trees. The Douglas Fir is the most popular Christmas tree. You can choose from a naturally grown tree or a trimmed (cultured) tree that has been pruned to give them the perfect Christmas tree shape.

For information about the types of trees we have this year and how to care for them to ensure that they last the longest click here.

Fresh Greens

November 24th, 2016

Add a Holiday Fragrance to your home with Fresh Greens!

If you are hosting Christmas dinner this year and are looking to add the scent of fresh greens to your home be sure to pick up a bunch of fresh greens this week. You can choose from Cedar, Fir, and Pine branches to decorate your table, mantle, or entrance way.

Amaryllis

November 14th, 2016

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.

For more information about “Forcing Bulbs” including growing Amaryllis and getting them to re-bloom next year click here.

You can choose from a number of varieties including:

  • Apple Blossom
  • Mont Blanc
  • Red Lion

 

Paperwhites

November 10th, 2016

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.

For more information about “Forcing Bulbs” and growing Papaerwhites click here.

 

 

Hyacinths

October 24th, 2016

Enjoy the sweet fragrance of Hyacinths!

Hyacinths are one of the most fragrant spring bulbs you can plant in your garden. They have a beautifully sweet scent, are deer resistant, and are easy to grow You can choose from white, red, pink, and blue flowers.

You can also grow Hyacinths indoors to add a little spring colour to your home during the holiday season by forcing them to bloom (Click here for more information about bulb forcing).

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