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Wreaths, centerpieces finish the season

publication date: Nov 1, 2010
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Long after the flower garden has been destroyed by rain, wind and frost, I am surprised to find many opportunities to make more money before winter officially arrives. From mid November until Christmas Eve, we stay busy fulfilling orders for centerpieces, arrangements, garlands, and wreaths.  A few trips into the woods, an afternoon or two of scouting for wild rosehips, and generous friends who allow pruning from their gardens provide an abundant stock of material. The thing I love most about this season is people’s enthusiasm and generosity.

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