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NURSERY OWNERS OPEN INDOOR MARKET

Owner Connie Gallemore, left, helps decorate new Harbor store with friend Ann Moore. (The Pilot/Ellen Babin).
Owner Connie Gallemore, left, helps decorate new Harbor store with friend Ann Moore. (The Pilot/Ellen Babin).

By Ellen Babin

Pilot staff writer

Celebrate the holiday season this year at Winchuck Gardens Nursery as it expands to include an indoor market, "Gatherings."

The market is located at 15546 Highway 101 in Harbor – one mile south of Benham Lane, the former site of John's Fresh Produce,

The market offers an array of locally-crafted and locally-grown items for sale, including John's Produce private label olives, dressing and other condiments.

In addition, Twinventure will feature its teas, spice blends and gifts, botanical artwork and giclee prints.

Gifts from the Sea and Shore will be selling nautical and earthly creations.

Hall-decking supplies, herbal blends, blooming plants, live potted trees, natural wreaths and ornaments also will be for sale.

Connie and Jeff Gallemore, the business' owners, have been in the area more than 26 years, growing herbs and flowers commercially, and creating custom floral pieces.

"We're small but growing," Connie Gallemore said.

The business will be open through the holidays Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. Phone (541) 469-6081.

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