Issue No. 054           December 2012
Wyatt Farms Newsletter

Merry Christmas!  The month of November was filled with so much reflecting on what we are truly thankful for.  And as December arrives, I realize that every month when I write this little note to all of you, I want to start with 'its a beautiful time of year'.  I guess, we are blessed to live in South Carolina where every season is so different from the last and just as beautiful.  I hope you are enjoying our changing landscape as well. 
I wish all of you a very Merry Christmas.  May you and yours have a happy and healthy Holiday season.

Happy Gardening,


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 Merry Christmas SALE for our Friends and Family 
2 day sale only!!

take an extra 35% off of
everything* at the
Garden Center & Nursery

This is a savings of up to 85%

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*some exclusions apply

Don't miss this opportunity to complete your Christmas Shopping! F
ind gifts for all of the special people on your list.  Or purchase some shrubs or pansies to dress up your yard for the Holidays.  We also have lovely poinsettias and live wreaths
to brighten the season.
Oh, what fun!

      Give The Gift of a Beautiful Yard

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Do you need some help in your yard?  With the weather cooling down, it is the perfect time to plant.  Let Wyatt Help you get started on your landscape project today. 

Wyatt Farms is a full service Design, Install, and Maintenance company. We can help you come up with a landscape design for your yard that suits your family's needs.  We use CAD programs so you can easily see the design on paper and many of the plants that we design with are right here in our nursery for you to see, touch and smell.  We also have a professional installation and maintenance crew to help you create your landscape and keep it looking beautiful.

We carry a list of referrals that you can visit and see our work up close and personal.

Schedule an appointment with Wyatt soon to plan the garden you have always wanted.

December Gardening

Tis the season to clean up.  To keep your garden looking good in the winter months, cut back dormant perennials, deadhead annuals, and rake those leaves.  This will keep your home looking fresh even during the coldest days. 

Also, don't forget to dress up your yard for those Christmas guests, both expected and unexpected.  Simple ways to make sure your home looks worthy enough to grace the pages of Southern Living is to...

1.  Plant Flowers - this boost of color and bloom during the darker days of winter are sure to welcome any guest.  If you don't have a spot for an annual bed, plant pots with pansies and snaps and place them by your front door.

2.  Hang a wreath!!  Fresh or artificial - it really doesn't matter.  A wreath on the windows or even just the front door is a festive way to welcome the season.

3.  White Lights - There is nothing more beautiful than white lights at Christmas.  Your lights don't have to challenge Connie Maxwell's display, even just a lit Christmas Tree in the window adds to the wonder of the season.   Twinkling lights in garland can also turn out beautiful or you can wrap a tree or two in the yard.  However,  if not done correctly your light show may resemble the Griswolds'.  For a classic, traditional look use non blinking, white lights wrapped uniformly.

Not enough time to Deck the Halls? 
Let us do it for you
Too busy or tired, or simply unable to get your house decorated - Call Katherine and Bess at Wyatt Farms and we will come do it for you. Hanging wreaths, planting pots, hanging lights, etc.  We will get your house ready for Holiday company in no time. 229-6252




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Bess and Wyatt Thompson and Katherine Rowe
Wyatt Farms
550 Center Street
On Center Street Just North of Lakeview School
Greenwood, South Carolina 29649
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