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What's New in the Shop - January 2017

Can you believe the Christmas/Hanukkah season is over? I know I can't but I'm personally excited for the start of 2017! Every year at this time we revamp the shop, clean out the old and in with the new.
January is always a great time to freshen up the home or office with plants which is why we bring in plants of all types and sizes. 
Right now Succulent Plants are very popular and they make such nice gifts for pretty much an occasion. We have them potted and ready to go. 
We also have loose plugs that can be combined into gardens in just about any kind of container. 
Wouldn't these be cute for the office. 
Succulents planted in ceramic and/or glass.  
We also restocked our selection of tillandsia.... 
Small Bonsai Plants

It's also a great time of year for a big, bold bunch of fresh flowers!  
We're also restocked our selection of adorable little angels including this one that says "Have Faith"
We've always carried ballet gift items for your favorite little girl but we now have fairies, cheerleading, Dance and Gymnastic gift items too.  
We have also restocked our selection of inspirational word stones, aren't they cute and they are only $3.99 each
If you haven't been to the store recently, why not stop in. We are located in the Princeton Forrestal Village just up from the Westin Hotel!! 









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