Cottages & Bungalows

Aromatic and Amazing

The delight of receiving fresh holiday greens from Lynch Creek Farm is real!


Fresh greens delivered to your front door is notably one of the highlights of the holiday season, and our friends at Lynch Creek Farm have mastered the art of delighting customers year after year with their creations.

Lynch Creek Farm began in 1980 as a hobby farm in Shelton, Washington, by the Hunter family. In the early days of the farm, the Hunters grew organic vegetables and sold their produce at the Shelton Farmers Market on the weekends. Later, the farm’s offerings broadened to include flowers and seasonal bouquets. Even later, they introduced their first evergreen Christmas wreaths, which allowed them to stay at the market through the winter season.

As a result of its excellent service, along with a wide variety of wreath designs, fresh centerpiec­es and garlands to choose from, the business has steadily grown each year. Lynch Creek Farm is now operating from a total of 100,000 square feet on 10 acres of land—with the help of almost 400 employees and many more support staff. Its team of 20 bow-makers continue to hand-tie bows all year long to get ready for the next Christmas season.

I was the fortunate recipient of an assortment of gorgeous products, and to say I was impressed is an understate­ment!

Although I’ve always admired (and envied) those who receive fresh greens on their doorstep, this was my very first time. The lightning-fast and free delivery, the exceptiona­l packaging and the aroma that filled my entryway when the boxes arrived were a great start to the experience.

The greens are incredibly soft to the touch, and their fragrance is simply heavenly. The careful handiwork of each piece was evident—from the hand-tied bows of thick, wired ribbon to the fresh wreaths overflowin­g with noble fir, pine, juniper, incense cedar and ponderosa pine cones. The 18-foot garland was easy to work with and was, again, so soft and fragrant.

These products don’t require much styling. Simply placing the garland down the center of a table and then adding the centerpiec­e, along with a few candles, made an impressive statement! Hanging the wreath in a window, on an easel, on the front of the house or on a door was super-quick and easy

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