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Deck your halls with fresh greens from Phipps, Greensburg Garden Center

Mary Pickels
| Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017, 8:55 p.m.
Phipps Garden Center will hold its annual Gifts and Greens Market Nov. 30-Dec. 2 this year.
Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
Phipps Garden Center will hold its annual Gifts and Greens Market Nov. 30-Dec. 2 this year.
Carla Rusnica, co-president of the Greensburg Garden Center, puts the finishing touches on one of the many items available during the Dec. 1-2 Christmas sale.
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Carla Rusnica, co-president of the Greensburg Garden Center, puts the finishing touches on one of the many items available during the Dec. 1-2 Christmas sale.
These Steelers-themed trees will be among the many items for sale during the Greensburg Garden Center's upcoming annual Christmas sale, Dec. 1-2.
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These Steelers-themed trees will be among the many items for sale during the Greensburg Garden Center's upcoming annual Christmas sale, Dec. 1-2.
Marjorie Wolff, Greensburg Garden Center co-president, with a display of some of the handcrafted holiday items members will sell at the annual Christmas sale on Dec. 1-2.
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Marjorie Wolff, Greensburg Garden Center co-president, with a display of some of the handcrafted holiday items members will sell at the annual Christmas sale on Dec. 1-2.
Numerous holiday items, including trees, crafts, candle rings and fresh greens, will be offered during the Dec. 1-2 Greensburg Garden Center Christmas sale.
Mary Pickels | Tribune-Review
Numerous holiday items, including trees, crafts, candle rings and fresh greens, will be offered during the Dec. 1-2 Greensburg Garden Center Christmas sale.

The Greensburg Garden Center and Phipps Garden Center are again offering fresh foliage for holiday decorating this year.

At the Greensburg sale, items are designed by garden-center members.

Available will be kissing balls, fir wreaths, candle rings, mixed greens swags, ground pine roping, white pine roping, hanging baskets, permanent wreaths and decorations and potted paperwhites.

A large assortment of artificial, unique decorations also will be sold, according to a release.

This year's holiday shopping tradition at Phipps Garden Center in Mellon Park will feature holiday gifts and decor, including a large assortment of fresh greens and garlands.

Master gardener designers will be on hand to create custom wreaths and centerpieces. The market will also offer some of the varieties of poinsettias seen in Phipps' winter flower show.

The Shop at Phipps will be open during market hours with holiday decorations and handmade jewelry from local artists and, until 3 p.m. daily, will feature guest vendors including Fancy Wool Flowers, Djoi Designs, Pastamore and others.

Sale proceeds benefit Phipps' educational programs.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5401 or mpickels@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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