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Meet Our Holiday Greens

This glossary is a refrence tool for you to see the wide variety of trees, greens, accents and other products we well here at the Farmers Market Annex in November and December. This glossary is new this season and is still a work in progress, so bare with us as well fill in discriptions and photos.

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Trees

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Balsam Fir

The classic Christmas Tree. This tree does very well indoors (with water). Branches of flat needles and a perfect cone shape. A wide range of heights and widths available.

 

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Fraiser Fir

The classic Christmas Tree +1. Same range of sizes and shapes as the Balsam, and still has that classic cone shape. This tree doesn't shed as much as the Balsam and has fuller branches of needles. The most popular tree.

 

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Canaan Fir

A really nice tree.

 

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Concolor

A really nice tree.

 

 

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Colorado Blue Spruce

A really nice tree.

 

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White Pine

No, it's not actually white (well, unless it snows that is). Long soft needles in a darker green tone. Classic cone shape but does shed more than a Fir. Still, an excellent option.

 

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Scotch Pine

Longer needles and fuller branches than the Whtie Pine. Tends to be more blue-green or even yellowish than the White Pine as well. Still, a great Christmas tree!

 

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Korean Fir

A unique variety you won't find anywhere else in town! These have soft, bright green needles. The tree has a more layered look (Charlie Brown Tree like). But the sweet smell of these trees are second to none. Be the first in your family to bring home one of these!

 

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Charlie Brown Trees

In Balsam or Fraser, a thinner looking tree than the traditional Firs. Gives a very old fashioned look. Snoopy not included.

 

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Table Top Trees

Mini versions of our trees. They're so cute!

 


Wreaths & Swags

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Fraser Fir Wreaths

We make the best wreaths in town. Yes, you read correctly, we MAKE our own wreaths. We only use high quality Fraser Fir for our standard weaths. They come in 24", 30", 36", 48", and 60" and you can get them either decorated or undecorated. Sorry to the Boy Scouts and your local youth hockey program, but you have nothing on our wreaths!

 

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West Coast Wreaths

These beautiful wreaths are made out in Oregon and brought in fresh for us. They give unique mixes of greens to help your front door stand out from your neighbors.

 

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Door Swags

A recent addition to our list of greens we make in house. These swags add a splash of the holidays with a mix of greens and berries.

 

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Candle Rings

A perfect accent to use as a centerpiece or on the mantle. Made with fresh Noble Fir.

 

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Centerpieces & Mantlepieces

We let our designers creativity run wild making these. Our Centerpieces are a smaller arrangelent perfect for your table, and our Mantlepieces are a larger version to go above those stockins hanging from the fireplace.

 


Patio Pots

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Patio Pots

Our Patio Pots are made in house. We have two sizes available, our Medium in a 10" pot and our Large in a 12" pot. They feature a mix of Spruce Tops, Fir, Pine, Berries and Dogwood. We PACK in the greens into this pot and only use fresh berries, never foam or plasic. You won't find a fuller pot for a better price in town. Grab a couple!

 


Garland

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Balsam Fir Garland

Made in house, we use fresh cut Balsam Fir. Perfect for draping over your door or up your staircase. Sold in 25' ropes.

 

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Fraiser Fir Garland

Made in house with fresh cut Fraiser Fir, a firmer, fuller version of our Balsam Garland. Pick some up to match that wreath you're buying from us too! Sold in 25' ropes.

 

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White Pine Garland

Fresh, White Pine garland gives a softer look to your drapings. Sold in 15' ropes.

 

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Cedar Garland

Another popular garland for the season. These are great for indoors, and you will love the smell!

 

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Mixed Garland

What's better than Balsam Garland or White Pine Garland? How about both together! Made fresh in house and sold in 25' ropes.

 


Greens & Boughs

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Spruce Tops

The classic christmas green. Perfect for outdoor pots and planting beds. Not so good for indoors though. We carry them in two sizes; Medium which come in bundles of 10 and Large which come in bundles of 5.

 

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Balsam Fir

The classic Fir. A great, hearty green. Works better oudoors than in.

 

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Fraiser Fir

A fuller version of the Balsam. This is a heartier green than the Balsam and will last much longer indoors.

 

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Cedar / Port Orford Cedar

The classic Cedar boughs. Excellent for a change in texture in your holiday arrangements.

 

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Coned Cedar

Spruce up your Cedar with some baby cones attached to the boughs

 

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Incense Cedar

Or if brown isn't your thing, the yellow cones of Incense Cedar will give you the accent you're looking for.

 

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Carolina Juniper

Looking to add some subtle color to your arrangements? The blue-green of Juniper is perfect! Berry-less and isn't as brittle when it dries.

 

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Juniper

The classic Juniper, with its soft green foliage and bright blue berries. Tends to be a drier green to the touch. Perfect for a texture change in any wreath or arrangement.

 

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Blueberry Juniper

A step up from the classic Juniper, adding some blue berries to the blue-green foliage.

 

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White Pine

A nice, airy, medium needled Pine for an accent to your Fir and Spruce.

 

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Shore Pine

A strudy, short needled Pine. A bit darker green than the White or Scotch and another excellent accent green.

 

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Scotch Pine

Want some Pine but White Pine is too short for your arrangement, then Scotch Pine is your answer!

 


Branches & Accents

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Magnolia

The large leafed branch adds a nice touch of dark green and brown to your hoiday arrangements.

 

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Red Magnolia

Or if a brighter leaf is what you're looking for, try the Red Magnolia.

 

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Seeded Euchlyptus

Excellent green for a change in texture. Perfect for indoor arrangements.

 

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Oregonia

A very popular accent green. The variegated leaves add a nice compliment to your evergreens.

 

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Boxwood

A nice accent green. Great for some unique texture to your arrangements

 

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Winterberry

These birght red berry filled branches are the most popular red accent for holiday arrangements.

 

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Rose Hips

A nice alternitive to Winterberry, adds a more subtle touch of red berries to your arrangements.

 

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Dogwood

The classic holiday branch. These bright red or yellow branches brighten any pot or arrangement.

 

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Curly Willow

A nice alternitive to Dogwood. Add some curl for a change.

 

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Birch Trees

These tall trees add a bold statement in a large room or even a church. Now just imagine them covered in white lights....

 

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Birch Branches

Like the look Birch? Don't need a 10' tree? These branches are your answer!

 

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Birch Logs

A new trend in hoilday arrangements. This logs give a unique touch of white to the mix of greens and reds. These come in a range of thickness and lengths.