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Crowd fascinated by
IC Greenhouses' wonderful Christmas open house

By Liz Dadson

Home & Garden

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Sandy (L) and Kaitlyn Petter of Kincardine choose their favourite ornaments on this colourfully-decorated Christmas tree at IC Greenhouses' Christmas open house Friday afternoon



Shirley Hartwick (L) of IC Greenhouses discusses with Barb Ulch of Kincardine the decorated fireplace mantle



A good crowd browses through the many magnificently-decorated Christmas trees, complete with ornaments and other home decor at the annual open house at IC Greenhouses

Take a trip to IC Greenhouses in Huron-Kinloss Township, and you'll quickly get in the mood to decorate your home for Christmas.

The annual Christmas open house began Friday 
(Nov. 4), with customers crowding the doors before they opened at 10 a.m. The event continues Saturday
(Nov. 5) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Owner/operator Ida Piel and her staff have created a magnificent Christmas wonderland for people to tour, featuring decorated Christmas trees, a vast assortment of ornaments, wreaths, arrangements, planters, and much more, to decorate your home inside and out for the holidays.

It is definitely worth the drive to IC Greenhouses, located two miles east of Highway 21, on the 6th Concession of Huron-Kinloss.

Enjoy delicious refreshments, put your name in for draws and door prizes, and receive a 10-per-cent discount on all purchases during the open house.

Live-cut Christmas trees are arriving earlier this year - available sometime later this month.

IC Greenhouses will be decorating the home of Cherie and Sean Johnson in Ripley for the annual Ripley Christmas Tour of Homes, Sunday, Nov. 13, 1-4 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. Tickets are $15 each, available at IC Greenhouses, 519-395-3610.

Ann Windsor of Kincardine loves this beautifully-decorated Christmas tree, all done in white

Susan Cleland (L) of Point Clark and Cathy Boyne of Amberley Beach look through some of the many Christmas decorations at the open house



Ida Piel stands with her favourite Christmas tree, a birch covered in cardinals and red and green trimmings


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