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Christmas Trees And Christmas Wreaths – What’s The Connection?

Christmas wreath made from Christmas tree foliageWe speak a lot about Christmas trees – and why not? That is the major component of our business. Christmas wreaths are just as popular and there is a direct connection between two – and it’s not the word “Christmas.”

Whether it is a plain Christmas wreath or a heavily decorated one, they are all made using the foliage from firs. Which firs? The Nordman Fir  – the foliage on the Nordman Fir is perfect for assembling into a Christmas wreath. Yes – our wreaths are made from real foliage, there is nothing artificial about them at all.

The traditional wreath pictured is put together using oranges, cinnamon sticks, pumpkins, dried chillies, cones and dried seed heads – again that is real decorations, not plastic or artificial.

These make wonderful adornments for the front door where they can welcome you and your guests to your home. Follow this up inside with a nicely decorated Christmas tree and you have completed the look.

Our Christmas wreaths are available in four different styles; The Original (undecorated), The Traditional (pictured), The Scottish (using rustic, naturally dried produce) and The Festive (decorated with red ribbon, red berries and cones).

FreshChristmas wreaths last weeks and stay looking bright and fresh. It must have something to do with the Christmas tree foliage used to create our wreaths.