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Abbee Hats & Gifts

Abbee Hats & GiftsWelcome to Abbee Hat & Gifts, a convenient and easy way to order fancy, casual and garden hats from our booths at Spring Flower & Garden shows. Showcasing the artistic sides of Bob, Dianna and daughter, Anne Marie, with original artwork and wood turnings, we hope you will enjoy your time on these pages and visit us at one of our western shows for a first hand look at our offerings.

Shipping Information:
Orders are filled as quickly as possible, but should we be away from the office for a show, they are filled upon return and our website updated. We monitor orders and emails on a daily basis, so if you have concerns about delivery time, do not hesitate to either phone or email. We use USPS Priority Mail, so please be certain you have provided a good postal mailing address.

Refund, Returns and Cancellation Policies:
Please note that head wear is a personal item and generally can not be returned, but if you should notice a defect upon receipt, please contact us immediately and do not remove any tags. We give as much information as possible about each hat style and make suggestions for fit to avoid mistakes in ordering. We are able to work with you via phone or internet in most cases, usually a slight adjustment is all that is needed for improved fit. Jewelry items and other gifts if like new condition (with original tags)can be returned for in-store credit if you contact us and return it within 10 days. Artwork is on a case-by-case basis, depending on the individual artist.



'Frost & Snow before Fall planting?'
'Frost & Snow before Fall planting?'

The first snowstorm of October or November may be a cause for concern if you are planting shrubs or perennials, but do not worry about lily bulbs from B&D Lilies. Being completely dormant and safely tucked underground, they will not be harmed by the sudden changes in weather. Click bulb trio photo to learn more.

*Handcrafted Jewelry of the Pacific NW
*Handcrafted Jewelry of the Pacific NW

No two are exactly alike and we've uploaded a few fine examples of each type for your consideration and sales on our website only.

(These selected unique items are not taken to the shows, which would be an inventory nightmare trying to remember which was sold and which one could still be in the show trunks after we returned home.)

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Fresh Crop Lily Bulbs vs. Year-old Storage Bulbs
Fresh Crop Lily Bulbs vs. Year-old Storage Bulbs

"Fresh Crop" lilies are bulbs from the current harvest season. "Old Crop" Bulbs are bulbs left in freezers from the previous years harvest. After more than a year frozen solid, quality suffers and they not suitable for garden planting. Click on photo to read entire article.

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L. henryi' - Species (Wild) Lily Bulb
L. henryi' - Species (Wild) Lily Bulb

Lilium Species lily, Orange tones, 4 to 5 feet, July Flowering.

L. henryi' - Species (Wild) Lily Bulb
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Long Hat Pins - Handcrafted by Anne Marie
Long Hat Pins - Handcrafted by Anne Marie

These unique items are made from a variety of materials, natural stone, blown glass, carved wood, semi-precious stones and heirloom beads. Suitable for both fancy and casual styles, the 8-inch pins can be shortened to be used as a lapel pin and all come with a protective clutch on the end for safety.

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Mixed Media Acrylics by Dianna
Mixed Media Acrylics by Dianna

Dianna loves the freedom of abstract design and varying textures. As it is difficult to suppress the gardener within, most of her acrylics have nature worked into the designs - dried leaves and other plant snippets, but also the inclusion of interesting metallic objects, glass, paper, poly or wood. All compositions are on gallery wrapped canvas and finished with a protective varnish. Want more information on each piece or interested in a

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Wild Lilies
Timely Tips!
Wild Lily bulbs making up the genus Lilium belong to the family Liliaceae comprising of approximately 200 genera made up of approximately 2,000 lily species. There are in the neighborhood of 110 to 120 Lilium species depending on whose classification you reference. For the full article, click Knowledge Base