Olive Trees

Message from the President

 Is it Christmas yet? 

     Every October we find ourselves amazed and a little irked by all the Christmas stuff displayed in the big box stores earlier and earlier, but this year, in my opinion, it might be welcome. With all the fires, hurricanes, terrorist threats, and record hot weather Christmas is a pretty welcome thought. The thought of families coming together to be thankful for the blessings we do have and supporting those less fortunate, feels long overdue and welcome. 
     The wonderful smell of a fresh cut Christmas tree has no equal. Poinsettias, wreaths, and garland set the stage for the bright and festive holiday season you all have earned with your conservation efforts. Brighten your outdoor entries with red and white Cyclamen that last well past theholidays. We have been busy growing our cyclamen (pictured above) and our beautiful fall mums (pictured below). Both can be planted in your yard right now so that when Thanksgiving and Christmas rolls around you can have a festive and cheerful holiday yard. Our poinsettias arrive around the middle of November and Christmas trees will start coming at the end of November with fresh loads arriving throughout the first two weeks of December. Keep your eyes open for our Christmas tree coupons. Our special email customers will be receiving their own toward the end of the month.
     We have a lot to be thankful for this year and hope your Thanksgiving is the start of a wonderful holiday season for you and your family. As always, don't hesitate to contact us at info@evergreennursery.com or come in to the nursery with any fall/winter questions about your yard.

Mark Collins
Evergreen Nursery