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Instead of flipping through your phone album for a half-way decent picture, or paying to go to a professional, you can get the perfect holiday snapshot at the Three Seasons nursery! The owners, Rich and Charity, love to set up these holiday displays every year for families who want a nice picture without paying fees from professional photo studios.
Come see what it's all about so you can send out those Christmas cards before December 25th!
From November 27th to December 18th, we set up beautiful Christmas scenes throughout our nursery that make a great backdrop for any kind of holiday card! Now you have plenty of time to gather your loved ones for a Covid-friendly Christmas picture!
We're open Monday-Saturday from 8 am until dark and Sundays from 2 to 5 pm.
Want to include the family pet? No problem! Your dog or cat is more than welcome to join!
When the holiday season hits here in Florida, we aren't in the midst of wintry weather like a lot of the country is, so we have to add in some other decor to make our homes look seasonal and festive. To get your landscape and other parts of your property's exterior ready for the holidays, we have created some tips on doing just that.
If you live in Palmetto, Parrish, Bradenton, or nearby Florida areas, read on to see how you can transform your outdoor space for the holiday season.
Adding a touch of the holidays to your front door is simple. You can choose a wreath with traditional Christmas colors or one that has other, bright colors for holidays such as Hanukkah or Kwanzaa. Another touch would be to add ribbons, particularly if you have steps leading up to your front door and a banister to fix the ribbons to. Also, consider putting some live evergreen trees in pots by the front door and wrapping those with holiday lights. All of these will create a warm, inviting spot for your guests as they enter your home.
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Every year households around the nation can be seen with their festive holiday poinsettias on display. Even within our local communities of Palmetto, Parrish, and Bradenton, FL, poinsettias are easily the most popular holiday plants.
However, they are a tropical species and have been forced to bloom during a season where they typically do not thrive. Take time to understand your tropical plant and follow these tips to keep them in bloom through the holiday season!
Purchasing a poinsettia that is unhealthy from the start will make keeping it alive a huge struggle. Make sure your poinsettia is healthy and thriving from the moment, you bring it home. Check the lower foliage to make sure it is in good condition and the leaves have not started to go yellow. The more green colored leaves you have on the plant initially, the healthier start you have!
When you first bring your poinsettia home, make sure to remove the foil, take it out of the decorative pot, and give it a good drink of water. Once the water has drained, you can place your plant back into the...
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