By the time the meltdown finally came last week, nothing could look more out of place than boughs of holly and evergreens that had been buried by snow for months.
This is the year to make some crafty stuff using natural garden ‘supplies’ because rustic, natural decorations are totally trendy right now.
Here are a few ways to pet-proof your Christmas tree this year.
Even without lights, your house can still shine this holiday season with these outdoor decoration ideas.
Holidays and greens go together, and some of the best places to get yours are our area gardens and arboretums.
You wouldn’t say that the Grinch stole Christmas, but some Grinch-like thieves have stolen a lot of Christmas decorations, hitting a half dozen homes Saturday night into Sunday morning.
Trimming the tree and decorating your home are some of the most enjoyable traditions of the holiday season, but there are many homeowners who just don’t have the time to get tangled up in the lights or grapple with a ladder.
Some people seem to be getting into the holiday spirit earlier and earlier each year. It’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but lawns are already littered with Christmas decorations.
The greenery you decorated with red berries or ornaments for Christmas can still stay, just dress it for New Year’s by switching to silver and gold balls, and in seconds you have a new centerpiece.
The new LED holiday lights that are everywhere these days are considered ‘green,’ or good for the environment, for lots of reasons.