PROTECTING YOUR TREES FROM OLD MAN WINTER
Help your trees settle in for their long winter's nap
The Holiday Season is upon us and decorating is in full force. Many focus their decorating energy on the inside of their home, but there is so much opportunity to expand the holiday spirit to your yard. Use this guide to help inspire you and make your neighbors (red and) green with décor envy.
Break Wreath Traditions
A traditional evergreen wreath can be timeless, but why not put a modern twist on a classic décor item? Some modern twists include wreaths made of pinecones, moss, grapevine and fruits/berries.
Let There be Light
Illuminate your yard with a variety of lighting elements to create magical, whimsical looks.
Photo by Senske Services
Make your Planters Year-Round Design Elements
Don’t let your porch planters and window boxes go to waste during the holiday season. Deck them with natural elements like pine cones, greens, magnolia leaves, berries and Birchwood.
Photo by Bloom Floralscapes LLC
Fancy Front Door Fun
Natural garland is an ideal way to add festive fun and warmth to your home as it adds dimension and a festive flair to your seasonal décor. Drape garland around a door way or wrap it around pillars. Use a classic green or add some color with poinsettia garland.
Photo by Ed Castro Landscape
Share the Ornament Wealth!
Ornaments are not just an indoor décor item. Hang them from your outdoor trees for an extra Christmas cheer touch.