Homestead Gardens-Severna Park
Now that the Thanksgiving turkey is just leftovers in the fridge, it is finally time to start thinking about that holiday to-do list. One of our favorite places to visit this time of year is Homestead Gardens, where we can pick up not only what we need to decorate our home, but also find great gifts.
We visited the Severna Park location this past weekend, and as soon as we entered we were greeted with the sound of live music, twinkling lights and the sparkle of decorations. We wandered the aisles, taking in all of the beautiful and unique options for our home and tree. They have so many themes for decorations, from classic color combinations to woodland creatures and even Maryland/Old Bay!
My kids had a blast spotting their favorite characters among the train display and also watching the elves spin around their large display. Seeing the larger train display at the Davidsonville location is one tradition they beg for each year, and we will plan to make a trip there soon.
Homestead Gardens also offers the chance to take your own photo with Santa. They are doing it by appointment this year and the other location even has a day where you can schedule your fur baby to get their photo as well!
The plant selection at Homestead Gardens is fantastic all year round, but I especially love that I can get my plant fix even when it is freezing outside. They offer poinsettia in a rainbow of colors as well as live garland, wreaths and trees.
There are a variety of indoor plants in their greenhouse that make a great addition to your home or to give as a gift. I was especially tempted by the ones in the hydroponic planters.
As far as our haul, we only bought two things, but we plan to visit the Davidsonville location soon to shop for more and pick out our tree! We walked away with this live greenery swag for our door, and a faux garland that is so realistic, the cashier did a double-take.
Do you have a favorite store around Annapolis to get holiday decorations or gifts? Share below so we can add some more stops on our way around town this December!
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