EVERYTHING FOR THE MAINE GARDENER SINCE 1977
Christmas Wreaths, Centerpieces and Garlands
At Christmastime Mainescape is turned into a balsam-fir scented workshop filled with boughs, pine cones, ribbons, nuts and berries. From mid-November on our staff is kept very busy creating our signature wreaths and centerpieces and getting them shipped. Our emphasis is on providing our customers with a quality product and service that we can all be proud of so you will return to us again and again for your
Christmas decor, garden, landscaping and gift needs.
Mainescape Christmas wreaths and centerpieces are popular holiday gift items, and we ship them to homes all over the world each year. All of our wreaths are double-sided 22-inch diameter made of freshly gathered, fragrant Balsam Fir. We wrap our wreaths and centerpieces carefully in green tissue paper and a plastic bag to ensure freshness upon arrival, and then pack them in extra-sturdy boxes. Your gift message is hand-written on a holiday card featuring a beautiful Maine scene.
Since 1977, Mainescape has grown with our community. We began as a design/build landscape company and quickly added a small garden shop. We started by providing local gardeners with all the seeds, tools, soil, fertilizers and plants they needed in the planting season. 15 years later we began selling local organic produce and baked goods, as well as specialty pet foods. Along the way we started a mail order Christmas business and send our signature wreaths and centerpieces all over the country during the holiday season.
In 2009, we built our glass green house, which allowed us to not only expand our inventory, but also to share a beautiful space with our community. We have hosted concerts, festivals, dances and wedding receptions and for ten years welcomed a farmer's market from mid-October through April. The Market included over 20 sellers of fresh veggies, coffee, cheeses, meats, baked goods, prepared foods, honey and maple syrup, chocolates, crafts and more. It was a nice respite on cold Winter Saturdays.
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"Won't you come into the garden? I would like my roses to see you."
~ Richard Brinsley Sheridan