"The color of springtime is in the flowers; the color of winter is in the imagination."
—Terri Guillemets
As with the other seasons we prefer to embrace the natural tones of winter as well. We start our season with the fresh scent of evergreens, the bright pop of red holly and winterberries, the brown velvet of the magnolia leaf, and the texture of the pinecone. Then, imagine the glitter
of frost on windowpanes, the serenity of silent snowflakes drifting to the ground, the grey solemn sky and crisp icy branches and come inside to the warm glow of a fireplace. Although winter appears bare & grey, there are so many beautiful spring flowers available to brighten our spirits!