Three Ways The Farmer's Daughter Makes Your Holiday Merry • RI Children's Photographer

Last month I held my family holiday sessions at The Farmer's Daughter in South Kingstown.  If you're not familiar with this beautiful source for all things plant and landscape, make sure to go there right now!

The day before my sessions, I was able to walk around and take some photos of the various greenhouses and buildings.  As a RI children's photographer, I'm always looking for new and lovely locations, and I'm so glad I got to use their Christmas greenhouse for my sessions.  More than just a beautiful location, though, the Farmer's Daughter provides all kinds of ways to make your holiday merry.  Want to know how?  Read on!

1.  Christmas decor

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Whether you're looking for tree ornaments, tabletop decor, something for your mantel, or anything in between, you can find it here.  There are all sorts of unique decorations, whether you're an animal lover, a gardener, a beach bum, or a Christmas traditionalist.

2.  Christmas wreaths

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A wreath is the centerpiece of many a front door during the Christmas season.  Whether you'd like a traditional wreath or one with some well-placed embellishments, you can find them here.  Wouldn't that wreath with the shells look awesome on the door of any home here in the Ocean State?

3.  Christmas plants

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When someone thinks of Christmas plants, poinsettias are sure to be on the list.  Farmer's Daughter has a greenhouse full of them:  red, white, and bicolor, from small plants to large.  There are a number of other plants and decor in this warm greenhouse, too, so be sure to check out what else is there.

Hope your holiday season has been a merry one so far!

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