Plant of the Week

Alberta Spruce

  • alberta-spruceThis perfectly shaped tree displaying dense green needles which are as soft as a teddy bear.
  • The perfect front yard Christmas tree for holiday lighting, and oh-so-beautiful when matched in pairs at the front door.
  • Hand grown, these are perfectly shaped and sized for home accents and just $69.
Watters Garden Center, 1815 Iron Springs Road in Prescott, Where people who love twinkling little Christmas trees, they love to shop.

 

NOW $69.00




KEN LAIN
The Mountain Gardener
Featured columnist for Prescott eNews

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