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Christmas With A Sense Of Place

I was having fun in the garden center today getting ready for Christmas. I’ve done arrangements and wreaths in our custom department for over 15 years now, and I’ve seen that our customers love the holidays and Cape Cod. They appreciate decorations that celebrate Christmas and this seaside region. Many of the wreaths we make have shells, netting and other references to the ocean on them. So this year I’m looking into a few new designs.

This is our standard "Cape Cod Wreath. We make these with fresh or artificial greens, and will customize them with different ribbon, blueberries, or other materials.

This is our standard “Cape Cod Wreath. We make these with fresh or artificial greens, and will customize them with different ribbon, blueberries, or other materials.

I made this one in artificial materials today since it's too early for fresh greens. I think I'll put a red bow at the top of the anchor.

I made this one in artificial materials today since it’s too early for fresh greens. I think I’ll put a red bow at the top of the anchor.

The seahorse might end up with a red ribbon around his neck and a bow on his side. I might also add some white sprays in this wreath to balance out the large expanse of white on the seahorse.

The seahorse might end up with a red ribbon around his neck and a bow on his side. I might also add some white sprays in this wreath to balance out the large expanse of white on the seahorse.

And of course nothing says "Cape Cod" like a great white shark! Ho, ho, ho!

And of course nothing says “Cape Cod” like a great white shark! Ho, ho, ho!

We do wreaths and arrangements with local greens and cones as well. There are so many ways to celebrate our lovely Cape while enjoying the holidays.

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