The cold weather arriving this week really makes it feel like the holiday
At Kerby's, we've got the greenhouse decorated with beautiful Christmas cactus, bright
poinsettias and cheerful reindeer philodendron, all set for this Friday
evening's Winter Open House.
Come out and enjoy homemade ginger snaps, eggnog and cider, and all of the
beautiful colors of Christmas. We look forward to seeing you there. Don't
forget to bundle up!
Kim, Joey and Mark
In This Issue
Great Gardening Gifts
Everyone has a gardener in their lives, someone whose passion is getting their hands dirty and creating
beauty with flowers and foliage. So we've compiled a list of the best gardening gifts for
your favorite gardener or maybe
as a special treat for yourself this season.
An Edible Arrangement
- Help someone get their herb or vegetable garden started with an assortment
of their favorite edibles. Create a themed basket such as a "Pizza Basket",
with oregano, basil, tomatoes and peppers.
- Do you know someone who is a gardener and a traveler? Give them a plant
nanny. It will water their plants while they are away for up to two weeks.
Roses - For gardeners that
love flowers, a rose is a gift that will keep on giving beautiful flowers
all year long.
Fruit Trees - Your dad has
always wanted his own fruit orchard, so get him started with a mango,
avocado or citrus tree. Or if he is adventurous, try a jaboticaba,
grumichama or black sapote.
Pottery - can double as a
gift bag. Add a pair of gloves and a trowel, and a simple gardening gift is made.
Butterfly Kit - Help someone start their own butterfly garden with the plants that will
attract butterflies this spring.
Statuary - Pigs, armadillos and foxes,
oh my! A statue adds a unique touch to a garden. With cute animals or
beautiful cherubs, there is something for everyone.
you still can't find the perfect present, give the gift that gets better next spring, a
Kerby's gift card.
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