ONLY CHRISTMAS . . . ONLY THE BEST
What it needed was a dedicated source just for fresh Christmas greenery. So, in 1990 he launched M&M Wintergreens Inc. to fill that need in the industry.
In 1999, his daughter Shannon (Boost) Kuhrt joined him full-time. Together this father - daughter team with the help of their exceptional seasonal staff, have brought a trend-setting and innovative mix of products to the market
year after year.
Over the years, the horticulture industry has evolved and changed. Mike and Shannon have been leading the industry when it comes to fresh Christmas and Winter decor, yet keeping close to their hearts the feeling of family and extending that to employees and customers alike.
...AND THAT IS ONLY PART OF THE STORY...THERE IS SO MUCH MORE...
IT'S SO MUCH MORE THAN JUST DECOR
There is so much more to this story.
These fresh, natural products are not just decorations.
They are actually a solution.
A calming solution for our hyper-busy,
stressed-out bodies, minds, and souls.
This solution is:
Almost all of our natural products are sourced on USA soil. Trained arborists harvest the fresh branches by carefully thinning the trees which actually keeps the trees healthy.
Think of it like a haircut for the tree....haircuts keep your own hair healthy....likewise these trimmings help the trees.
Also, when the season is over, you can dispose of the decorations in an eco-friendly way. The natural materials are great for composts and more.
Decor using fresh cut branches of evergreens gives off phytoncides, which are essential aromatic volatile oils that are excreted by plants and trees. So not only are these decorations beautiful, studies show that they actually have mental and physical health benefits simply by being around them.
Fresh decor has a natural fragrance that cannot be captured by any candle or other faux fragrance means. This scent infuses your senses and can bring back happy memories and feelings associated with cozy holiday gatherings as well as create a basis for future happy memories for the younger generations. Check out the video to the left to learn more.