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Rows of holiday greenery at Evergreen Christmas Tree Farm in Millbrook. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

Christmas tree shortage looms

MILLBROOK —  Manhattan architect Richard Phillips owned 25 acres of land in Dutchess County and his sister, who was a Master Gardener in New Jersey, thought he should find something to grow.

Orangerie Garden & Home

Nestled next to Creel and Gow, Orangerie is a light-filled structure, half-indoors, half out-doors, that is very, very green. Trees, plants. Bushes, topiaries, flowers, it is a garden center, but it also has a large selection of home décor goods ranging from $15 to over $500.


When Juniper opened its doors seven years ago, owner Jennifer Moriarty was a photographer looking for space to open a studio, possibly sell a few related articles.

From left: Marcy Latella, CCEDC Executive Director Mary Lou Carolan, Heather Ohlson and Angela Sullivan speak at the annual breakfast and meeting at the CCEDC. Photo courtesy North East Community Center

CCEDC assesses its 2023 impact in Dutchess County

MILLBROOK —  Over 100 people attended the 110th annual meeting of Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County (CCEDC) at its Home and Farm Center Thursday, Nov. 16.

Sharon Mahar, Michelle DeValle and Ashley Lempka affixed the lights to one of the trees in front of the Millbrook Library. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

Festival of Trees in Town Park

WASHINGTON — ‘Tis already the season, and to celebrate, the Town of Washington invites all to its annual Festival of Trees Saturday, Dec. 2, from 4 to 7 p.m.

The Recreation Department has set aside 10 trees, each 7’5” tall, to be bedecked by 10 local businesses in friendly competition. 


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