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Valentines Day Teatime at Briggs

What Hello! We are absolutely delighted to be hosting a Valentines Day Teatime (Briggs edition) here at the nursery. We want to take this space to go into detail of what this day will look like for those who want to join us.   Who Anyone that wants to enjoy a sweet Valentines Day at […]

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Custom Christmas Wreaths

PLACING AN ORDER Custom wreath and swags are made to order starting in November. When placing an order our wreath-making staff take the time to walk you around the store for inspiration and helping to create a theme that will compliment your home or business. Using only the healthiest fresh-cut greens and top-quality decorations to […]

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Christmas Trees

CUT CHRISTMAS TREES Make a fresh cut straight across the base of the tree. Cut off approximately one half inch before placing the tree in a stand. Use a stand that will hold a gallon of water or more. Adding Prolong to the water will increase absorption, keeping the tree fresher for longer. Check the […]

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Holiday Plants

Plants and flowers play an important role in many holiday celebrations. Whether decorating your house or giving them as a gift, they can be perfect for almost any occasion. The three most popular plants for the holiday season are the cyclamen, poinsettia and Christmas cactus.   CYCLAMEN Potted cyclamen are medium light plants. An eastern […]

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Preventing Winter Burn

Winter’s extreme temperatures can damage many broadleaf evergreens such as holly, rhododendron, azalea and euonymus. This damage is caused by drying winds and frozen ground, which deprives plants of their natural moisture intake.   WHAT IS WINTERBURN? Most winter plants will get some leaf-browning/discoloration/spotting due to moisture loss. This is the result of a temperature/water […]

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