Can you smell green?

As you may know, Garden’s Grace is gearing up for the end of our season, but one of our favorites–decorating with fresh, fragrant Western evergreen boughs, redtwig dogwood, winterberry and birch logs. It’s one of our favorite times of year–the crisp air (sometimes a little too crisp!), holiday spirit and putting things together that will welcome our clients’ guests over the winter is bound to be fun!

We are offering winter greenery now  until the first of November, with deliveries and installations to occur around the end of November and first week of December. If you order by this Friday, October 17, you will get a 10 percent discount on your greenery! Regardless, these are premium greens grown in Oregon and fresh shipped to our supplier. They are full, fragrant and beautiful.

We have an order form you can use to view options and either email or fax your order to us. For items that come in bundles or boxes, you may order single wreaths or half boxes of greenery. You can also order roping in 25 foot increments if you desire. Stems of dogwood and winterberry are sold in groups of 5 and add a festive accent to the greenery in containers, windowboxes or vases.

You can order greenery for your own use or ask Garden’s Grace for a hand in putting materials together. Usually a box of mixed greens can do two 4 to 5′ windowboxes, or three larger (18-20″) containers. A typical door frame uses 13 to 20′ of roping. We can help you figure out how much you need if you give us a call at 515-559-3049. So here are some creations we’ve done in the past to give you some ideas!

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Greenery in a grouping of containers


Winterberry, cones and mixed greens


Commercial containers using a mix of durable winter natural plants


Winterberry, Frasier fir, white pine and incense cedar







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Winterberry, blueberry juniper and white pine




Winterberry, birch logs and redtwig dogwood join mixed greenery


This birch pot is a great container for winterberry, white pine and incense cedar–festive and fragrant