Just because your herbs and flowers have gone dormant doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a plethora of plants before spring. From “O Christmas Tree” to “The Holly and the Ivy,” everyone is singing the praises of live greens this time of year. We asked local experts for tips on creating two popular styles of evergreen arrangements.
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How to go
What: Franklin Florist and Gifts Holiday Open House
When: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. today
Where: 351 S. Main St., Franklin, 45005
How to go
What: Grandma’s Gardens Fresh Centerpiece Workshop
When: 1 p.m. Sunday
Where: 8107 N. Ohio 48, Waynesville, 45068
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