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Garden Decor - Kinsey Family Farm now carries a selection of Campania International garden decor products and we're pretty excited about this! You asked for them, we heard you. These are high end garden ornaments, pots for container gardens and quality bird baths and fountains for your landscape. For fall of 2017 we will have a small supply of cast stone products in stock so please visit us to see the quality of these items. In spring will will carry a larger selection. Visit our page on Garden Decor.

 


 

It's Christmas at the farm! Beginning Saturday, Nov. 18th we will open our Christmas tree barn. We offer a multitude of ways to harvest a Christmas tree including choose and cut your own, pre-cut, and living trees in containers. Visit our Christmas Tree page.

 


 

Enter our Christmas Drawing! Kinsey Family Farm is having a Christmas Drawing during our holiday season! Anyone who purchases a Christmas tree valued over $35 Monday - Friday may enter to win a $200 gift certificate for our plant nursery. See: Christmas Drawing for details. Enter our Christmas Drawing

 


 

Wreaths and Garlands - Also for sale in our Christmas barn are natural wreaths and garlands to decorate your doors and mantels this holiday season. They are made from real materials, not that fake stuff! Wreaths come in assorted sizes and all of these go quickly, so please get yours early.

 


 

Local Honey - Don't forget that during the holiday season we will still carry our local honey. This is the good stuff! Real honey made by real bees makes a great gift idea for co-workers and neighbors, or to use in your holiday cooking. Honey is on sale in our barn as well as the nursery building. Local Honey. local honey for sale Georgia

 


 

B&B Living Christmas Trees - Just in time for the holiday season, Kinsey Family Farm has in stock a selection of smaller B&B trees. They are a best idea for using as a living Christmas tree and later planting in your yard to add to your landscape. Varieties include eastern Hhemlock, blue spruce, deodar cedar and Norway spruce. How to Plant a B&B tree. local honey for sale Georgia

 


 

Perennials for the Winter Garden:

Hellebore! Helleborus! Lenten Rose! - These beauties are ideal for the winter garden and bloom from late winter to spring. Who doesn't want flowers in February? Hellebore die back during the hot summer months but come alive as the weather cools. Lenten rose is known as a shade plant but give them a little sun and they bloom like crazy. Varieties change out, but for ideas please see our Hellebore page. Jacob Helleborus Hellebore
Evergreen Ferns! - We carry some wonderful evergreen ferns in our plant nursery which are perfect for outdoor holiday porch displays and container arrangements. Later you can plant them in your garden for year round beauty. Ferns belong in a garden to create a warm, gentle look and provide you with some green during the long winter months. Please see our Ferns page. Tassel Fern

 


 

Shrubs for the Winter Garden:

 

Shrub Dogwood 'Cayenne' - First Editions Plant. Green leaves during the summer time, red to orange fall foliage, porcelain blue berries and bright red stems in winter give this shrub dogwood multi season interest. Prefers moisture so is desirable in a wetland area, damp spot or along creek edges. For other dogwoods we stock, visit our Dogwood page. Cayenne Shrub Dogwood
Hollies - Red berried hollies are a Christmas tradition but they also look wonderful in a winter landscape. Holly bushes can have red, blue or even gold berries. Some produce no berries at all so be sure to ask us! Holly comes in evergreen or deciduous varieties and those with berries will attract songbirds to your yard. For information on holly bushes we carry, visit our Holly page Hollies
Camellia! - Evergreen camellia in large or small shrubs are a best pick for southern gardens. They bloom in late fall or early spring when little else will be in flower. The shiny green foliage is very attractive, too. For information on holly bushes we carry, visit our Camellia page Camellia

 


 

Trees for the Winter Garden:

Cypress and Falsecypress - Cypress are an asset in the winter garden as most of them are evergreen conifers. Foliage color is blue, green, yellow or a combination which will add color to a dreary, cold weather landscape. There is also an assortment of sizes from large privacy screen trees to dwarf varieties which will do well as container or pathway plants. There are also weeping forms for specimen plantings. For cypress varieties we carry, visit our Cypress and False Cypress page. Blue Ice Arizona Cypress Tree
Japanese Maple 'Sango Kaku' Coral Bark. A small tree with bright red twigs in wintertime which really pop in a landscape plan. Spring will bring lovely yellow to chartreuse foliage. 'Sango Kaku' Coral Bark makes a wonderful front yard tree. See: Japanese Maples. Sango Kaku Japanese Maple Tree
Spruce Trees and Shrubs - Spruce are stunning evergreen conifers with ice blue or green needles. They come in large trees to dwarf shrubs with mid sizes in between. Including spruce in your landscape design will make sure you still love your yard in winter. There are also weeping forms for specimen plantings. For more information on spruce varieties we carry, visit our Spruce page. Spruce Tree

 

 


 

Plants On Sale!

Crape Myrtle 'Midnight Magic' - 3 gallon $5.00 - Pink with purple foliage. A semi dwarf with dark purple maroon foliage all season with abundant deep pink flowers, ' Midnight Magic Crape Myrtle
Crape Myrtle 'Moonlight Magic' - 3 gallon $5.00 -  First Editions Series semi dwarf crape myrtle. Dark maroon purple leaves. 'Moonlight Magic' is truly a breeding breakthrough in crape myrtle trees. Foliage is a show stopping deep maroon while flowers are snowy white. Moonlight Magic Crape Myrtle

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Gainesville, GA 30506
Located in northern Forsyth County
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