Pre-Lit 9 ft. Designer Classic Green Garland with Clear LightsItem#: HN-KSA945
When you've got a small space that needs plenty of holiday cheer, this pre-lit decorative garland provides any indoor or outdoor area with 9 feet of festive fun. A strand of 50 UL-approved clear lights shines brightly from the lush faux evergreen branches, creating a warm vibe that reminds loved ones that Santa will be visiting soon. Best of all, you don't need to be a talented handyman or woman to make this easy-to-hang wreath look nice on your banister, deck, or mantel.
- Holiday garland can be easily hung
- Realistic branches in classic green with 180 tips
- Pre-lit garland features 50 UL approved clear lights
- Ideal for use in both indoor and outdoor areas
- Length measures 9 ft.
Nothing says traditional Christmas quite like a stairway banister draped with the Pre-Lit 9 ft. Designer Classic Green Garland with Clear Lights. This handsome 9-foot garland features realistic faux evergreen branches for full, lush look and comes pre-lit with 50 clear lights. So durable it may be used indoors or out, this garland is smart and beautiful!
About Kurt S. Adler Inc.
The story of Kurt S. Adler Inc. begins after the close of World War II when Mr. Adler tried his hand at exporting general goods. Business grew, and European economies flourished so he turned his focus to importing. Ornaments were offered by the 1950s, and beautiful, handmade angels from East and West Germany found an enthusiastic audience in America. Adler expanded the line to glass ornaments from Czechoslovakia, hanging ceiling decorations from Germany, and miniature lights from Italy.
The next decade, Adler started importing holiday decor from the Far East. Colorful snow globes and other animated items became a collector's favorite. In the 1980s and 90s, Fabriche santas, nutcrackers and other collectibles were ushered in. Recent additions include animatronics, fiber optic trees, interactive advent calendars, and synchronized musical decorations.
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