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US: Sun Valley releases Holiday Greens Market Report
Incense Cedar is in the red cedar family and it has beautiful small golden buds. This green has a heavier look than some other greens. It is ideal for bouquets and the golden hued tips are very festive.
Port Orford Cedar
Port Orford Cedar grows in the valleys of the Klamath Mountains, in a thin sliver of land in southern Oregon and northern California. Sun Valley's proximity to this region gives them a great supply of this light and lacy green. This is a holiday green, with a softer essence than many other options.
2017 has been an excellent season for Doug Fir. The wet spring and dry summer has created a very lush product, which according to Sun Valley's greens manager, Debbie Hartman, is the best she’s seen in years. It has soft needles and with the most stems per bale, it is a Christmas season best buy.
Princess Pine is a type of white pine, and this green is on an upward trend as designers are gravitating to its wispy, two-toned look. It offers a lighter feel than other species of pine, and yet still has the scent that makes you think of Christmas.
Noble Fir has bluish, green needles due to the high elevation where this product grows. It is a plush, dependable green, and since it grows at high elevation it has a long shelf life.
Silver Fir has dark green top needles with white needles on the underside of the branches. The branches are very pliable, so they are great for more intricate design work. This is a high elevation item as well, so like Noble fir it has an excellent staying power.
This extremely popular offering will start about November 10th, and run through the holidays, the season will be over before Valentine’s Day.
Availability for these (huge) unusual ferns varies.
Source: Sun Valley
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