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Transform your planter to a winter masterpiece!  A container with spruce tips, pine, dried hydrangea, seeded eucalyptus and white statice flower really make a head turning holiday statement!

Transform your planter to a winter masterpiece! A container with spruce tips, pine, dried hydrangea, seeded eucalyptus and white statice flower really make a head turning holiday statement!

Spruce Tips are planted and harvested from the bogs of northern Minnesota. Make the spruce tip arrangement in soil in a drop in pot by starting from the middle using a tall tip with successive smaller ones around it. Fill in with other evergreens like balsam or long needle pine. The choice of accessories is unlimited; like pine cones or red ruskus. These will look pretty from November through March. See more at Del’s Garden Center Facebook page.

Spruce Tips are planted and harvested from the bogs of northern Minnesota. Make the spruce tip arrangement in soil in a drop in pot by starting from the middle using a tall tip with successive smaller ones around it. Fill in with other evergreens like balsam or long needle pine. The choice of accessories is unlimited; like pine cones or red ruskus. These will look pretty from November through March. See more at Del’s Garden Center Facebook page.

Our spruce tip in front of our store! Tis' the season!

Our spruce tip in front of our store! Tis' the season!

Spruce Tips are planted and harvested from the bogs of northern Minnesota. Make the spruce tip arrangement in soil in a drop in pot by starting from the middle using a tall tip with successive smaller ones around it. Fill in with other evergreens like balsam or long needle pine. The choice of accessories is unlimited; like pine cones or red ruskus. These will look pretty from November through March. See more at Del’s Garden Center Facebook page.

Spruce Tips are planted and harvested from the bogs of northern Minnesota. Make the spruce tip arrangement in soil in a drop in pot by starting from the middle using a tall tip with successive smaller ones around it. Fill in with other evergreens like balsam or long needle pine. The choice of accessories is unlimited; like pine cones or red ruskus. These will look pretty from November through March. See more at Del’s Garden Center Facebook page.

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