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By Josh Morin
Special to the Courier 

Holiday traditions with evergreens

 

December 21, 2018

Courtesy Photo

The rare four-legged evergreen, often seen this time of year on porches in suburban landscapes.

December is here, nights are getting longer and the first official day of winter, Dec. 21, is right around the corner. The familiar sights and scents of evergreen plants are in the air, especially at the entryways and insides of our homes. Evergreen wreaths hanging on doors, Christmas trees strapped to the roofs of cars.

This time of year is a great opportunity for many of us to connect with nature, whether it is appreciating the scent from a wreath of cut branches, pruning some branches off one of our own plants for decoration, or gathering our families to go out and harvest and decorate...



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