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Long-Standing Garden Center Ready For Holidays

From trees and mistletoe to grave blankets and centerpieces, Cerbo's has your holiday shopping covered.

Owner Cindy Cooper, left, and her daughter Tara Weiss
Owner Cindy Cooper, left, and her daughter Tara Weiss
Owner Cindy Cooper and her daughter Tara Weiss carefully placed poinsettias, pine cones and bows into small decorative sleighs and onto wreaths at their large wooden workstation at Cerbo's Greenhouse and Garden Center. 

The holiday season is in full swing and Cerbo's has a slew of options, which includes pre-decorated holiday items. If you want something specific, they decorate to order on site as well. 

Here's a quick run down of some of the items they have in store:
  • Trees, obviously—Fraser and Douglis Firs. Ranges from 4 - 12 feet
  • Wreaths—ranges from 10 inches to 8 feet in diameter
  • Poinsettias—white, red and a hybrid color called jingle bell. In large and small sizes
  • Grave blankets
  • A variety of holiday plants, such as Cyclamens and Norfolk Island Pines. 
  • Mistletoe
  • Boughs
  • Holiday baskets
  • Potted live cut trees that can be planted after Christmas
  • Holiday decor
  • Centerpieces—there will be more of these rolling out in the upcoming weeks
This year is especially near and dear to the family owned and run Cerbo's as it is the 100th anniversary. Check back with Patch next week for more about the Cerbo's milestone story. Cooper's grandfather, Anthony Cerbo, began the business Oct. 30, 1913.

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