fbpx

Winter Green Varieties

Fresh greens, twigs and berries have arrived at Sargent’s on 2nd. Wondering what some of the differences are between these fragrant bundles are? Here’s a primer.

Mixed Green Bouquet
An ever popular, traditional assortment of cut evergreens, including Douglas Fir and Port Orford Cedar.
mixedgreens

Incense Cedar
Frequently used in arrangements as an accent because of the distinctive yellow pollen buds at the tips of the bough. Very fragrant.

.inscenedcedar

Noble Fir
Noted for its stiff, upright needles with a bluish tint. The sturdiness of the bough make it ideal in containers.
noblefir

Douglas Fir
A very pliable and easy to use evergreen with shorter, medium-green needles that surround the stem giving it a softer look and effect. Has a citrus scent.

.douglasfir

Juniper & Berried Oregon Juniper
A pleasantly scented evergreen with silvery-blue berries from Oregon’s desert country.berriedjuniper

White Pine
Also known as Western White Pine. Popular with designers because of the long, loose blue-green stems and branches.
whitepine

 

We also carry a large variety of twigs and berries.

Stop in to view our full assortment of greens. It is the best way to experience the textures, color variations, and wonderful seasonal fragrances. If you would like to create a festive porch pot with the benefit of our full selection and help from our designers, be sure to attend one of the upcoming Winter Green Workshops! More information…

Written by

"Jill" of all trades at Sargent's, Nina Sargent co-owns Sargent's with her husband and in-laws. She keeps communication going between the garden centers, landscape, nursery and the public. Nina loves helping connect people with their outdoor living spaces - especially while creating habitat for wildlife. She enjoys running, skiing (of all kinds) and reading.