- The Washington Times - Thursday, December 20, 2001

The parasitic plant called mistletoe is hard to find, fragile and short-lived. Merry-makers planning to use it to provoke some Christmastime romance might as well give up looking for it in the wild. Try, instead, any of these garden stores.

Caruso's Florist: 1717 M St. NW. 202/223-3816.
Johnson's Flower & Garden Center: 4200 Wisconsin Ave. NW. 202/244-6100.
Washington National Cathedral: The Green House, Massachusetts and Wisconsin avenues NW. 202/537-6263

Behnke Nurseries: 11300 Baltimore Ave., Beltsville (301/937-1100). Also at 700 Watkins Park Drive, Largo (301/249-2492) and 9545 River Road, Potomac (301/983-9200).
Ed's Plant World: 11811 Branch Ave., Brandywine 301/372-6690.
Meadows Farms Nurseries: 15930 New Columbia Pike, Burtonsville 301/384-3730.
Roozen Nursery & Garden Center: 8009 Allentown Road, Fort Washington 301/248-2500.

Campbell & Ferrara: 6651 Little River Turnpike, Alexandria 703/354-6724.
Garden World of Virginia: 11343 Lee Highway, Fairfax 703/591-6619.
Meadows Farms Nurseries: 12908 Lee Highway, Fairfax (703/803-8733) and 8461 Arlington Blvd., Falls Church (703/538-3100).
Merrifield Garden Center: 8132 Lee Highway, Merrifield (703/560-6222) and 12101 Lee Highway, Fairfax (703/968-9600).
Suzanne White

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