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Winter Arrangements

Winter Container Arrangements

A beautiful and bright holiday season is here and The Plant Kingdom Winter Workshop is bustling with activity. Our most popular custom item is our Winter Arrangement, or Drop-in. These arrangements are created from the freshest greens, twigs, berries, and pine cones and are assembled to easily be dropped into your containers at home.

We can also personalize your holiday décor with a custom wreath, garland, centerpiece, and more to welcome your guests, family, and friends this holiday season. Stop by to order your custom piece today. Happy Holidays!

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Monday – Saturday 9am to 6pm

Sunday 11am to 5pm

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Deck Your Halls, Patio & Garden

Welcome family and friends to your home this holiday season with our premium fresh-cut Fraser Fir trees, locally-made wreaths, custom winter arrangements, lush garlands, high-quality artificial décor, and beautiful holiday plants! We also have cool stocking stuffers, unique host/hostess gifts, and of course, gift cards!

Online Gift Card Sales

Give the gift of spring this holiday season with a Plant Kingdom Gift Card. Gift cards are now available to purchase online. Click here to get started.

Peak Planting Season Continues

Just because the holiday season is near does not mean the gardening season is over. Peak planting season runs well into December. Now is a great time to plant spring flowering bulbs, like tulips and daffodils, as well as hardy trees and shrubs. Take caution when planting Crapemyrtles, Hybrid Hollies, Laurels, Southern Magnolias, Cleyera, Nandina, Azaleas, and Rhododendrons. While these plants are hardy in our area, they have increased sensitivity to early freezes and extreme cold when they have been newly planted.

Check out the Tips & Tidbits section of our website for gardening advice on many seasonal topics including How to Care for Your Christmas Tree.

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