Winter wreaths from natural materials

The Dahlias are out, The Tulips are half planted, so it must be time to be thinking about the winter wreaths, and make sure we’re gathering together all the best natural materials we can think of.

 All natural, all local

All natural, all local

There are going to be plenty of wreaths available this year, in shops, markets and garden centres, but unlike most of those, we make sure that all of our Plantpassion decorations are

  • Natural,

  • Plastic free

  • Locally grown

They’re beautiful, but no-bling wreaths.

Best Local foliages

to make sure that each one is individual, we use the best local foliages. Varied conifers, not just Christmas tree foliage. Berried evergreens like ivy and viburnum. Scented stems like rosemary and choisya, touches of colour from trachelospurnum, holly and crabapples.

Different Decoration

Then there’s plenty of decorations from pine cones, larch cones, feathers, dried flowers, and bark. No it’s not cinnamon sticks as decorations below, it’s eucalyptus bark, which rolls naturally.

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If you’re keen on plastic free christmas decorations, and want to keep your patronage local, then there isn’t a better choice for your winter wreath.

Do It Yourself

If you fancy making something special for your front door your self, and would like to spend an evening learning how to craft your own Christmas creation, we still have a couple of places left on our Wreath workshop at High Clandon Vineyard’s glass barn.

Spend an evening with friends, enjoying locally produced award winning champagne and nibbles, while you craft your own winter wreath to take home and hang on your door.

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As everything is hand produced and made to order, please do let us know if you’re interested asap. To encourage you to make up your mind, and so we can plan our schedule, we’ve £5 of all wreaths ordered before 30th November, here’s the link to reserve yours for delivery (locally) during the week commencing 10th December.

I’m hoping this year i’ll get a wreath on my own door before the 23rd December

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