'Tis the season to be jolly!! I can't believe that the holiday season is literally upon us. Today marks the last day of Hannukkah and we are a few days away from Christmas. So we just want to take a moment to wish you all a very happy holiday season! We hope that you get to spend this time with loved ones and relish in the holiday cheer!
We love the holiday season, it means we get to decorate and bring holiday cheer to many buildings and offices in Massachusetts! We spend a lot of time throughout the year developing themes, purchasing supplies, organizing, and decorating. We love working with clients on their holiday designs so that it best represents them and compliments their building decor.
Here are some of the wreaths that we have made over the years!
None of us really want to start thinking about the holiday season yet, but the truth is, it's right around the corner...scary!! I know, school just started and I'm asking you to think about November/December, however, the holidays always sneak up on us, so we are trying to help you get out ahead of them.
We are taking orders for office space and lobby holiday decor, and we would love to help you out any way we can! We are tree lighting experts and would love to deck-the-halls! We offer a free holiday consultation with our amazing sales executives. They will help you to pick from one of our many themes what will look best in your space; whether it's one wreath or one hundred wreaths (we do it all)!!
After the holidays one of the most frequently asked questions is ....
"Can I get my poinsettia to bloom again?!"
In short ... Yes! (but it takes time!)
1. During the winter months give it as much light as possible (without direct sunlight)
2. Keep it well watered, but DO NOT fertilize
3. In the early spring (April) cut it back to about 8" high
4. Be sure to remove any colored bracts (leaves) that are left
5. Start to fertilize with houseplant food every other week.
6. In late September you need to give the plant 9-10 hours of good light per day and 14-15 hours of complete darkness for the rest of the day.
7. By the first of December begin treating it like a regular houseplant
Best of luck!! It can be a fun challenge with a colorful reward in a year!
It's the best time of the year! ....
After all the chaos of holiday decorating and gift buying, we would like to take a moment to reflect on what this time of year means to us. Whether you are celebrating Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, or just celebrating family; this season is a time for loving, caring, and sharing precious moments with those you love. A time to step back from the every day bustle and appreciate all that we have. A time to celebrate one another and the joy we bring each other throughout the year.
We hope everyone has a safe and love filled holiday season!
.... So have a cup of CHEER!!
The Harding Botanicals Family ♥