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Growing Hope

By December 17, 2020General

Growing Hope

As we wind down 2020 and reflect on all that we have been through, we realize we need to make this holiday season all about the care and safety of others. Although the pandemic is making this out to be a Christmas like none experienced by any of us before, there is hope on the horizon and we have all learned critical skills to do our best to keep loved ones safe. It might be a slightly different holiday than we are used to, but there are also many gifts in this quiet solitude. We have seen so many new faces at Snug Harbor Farm seeking solace in the world of plants. The growing audience we are receiving is an encouraging sign of things to come in the year ahead and how many new gardeners are jumping into the earth. From our hearts, we are wishing all peace and comfort.

We would love to help dress your holiday table to help bring a festive spirit to your tabletops. Flowers have certainly brightened our mood over the course of the year and we are not letting up on including them in all things celebratory. We are taking orders through the 19th for specific requests and will have more on hand to work magic with for last minute shoppers. As with most things this year, we encourage you to get orders in early.

We are keeping our greenhouses open all winter for plant shopping and to enjoy the warm light and lovely fragrance. They will beopen to the public from 9:00 AM to 4:00PM every day, winter weather permitting. The shop, itself, will be closed for

January and February in order to freshen it up and create some exciting new spaces. Look forward to news of full property reopening beginning of March. Otherwise, the property is fully closed on December 24th, 25th, 31st and January 1st.

But biggest news of all: we are putting all of our shop merchandise on sale for 50% off on Friday, December 18th (in store only)! Happy shopping for those who have put it off and to all the others who really need to treat yourself!

Author Alex Smith

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