Fresh Wreath Specimen Guide
From fireplace mantels to frosty window panes, our holiday décor extends far beyond the branches of the Christmas tree. One of our favorite trimming traditions? Hanging fresh and festive wreaths around our home. This year, we have almost a dozen different varieties of wreaths at our Styer’s location so we chatted with Lauren S. from our green goods team to fill us in on our wreath options.
1. Winterberry + Rudbeckia: Hand-crafted from a local Pennsylvania garden designer from blue spruce, white pine, boxwood, winterberry, and dried rudbeckia flower heads, this full wreath is best stored outdoors to keep greens fresh.
2. Magnolia + Hydrangea: Blue spruce, white pine, fresh magnolia leaves, and dried hydrangea flowers make up this subtly holiday-inspired wreath. Keep indoors during freezing temps.
3. Spruce + Grass: Hand-crafted from colden cypress, blue spruce, green cedar, boxwood, teasel, and green tassels, this bright wreath brings color and texture to the holiday home. Store outdoors to keep greens fresh.
4. Vine + Greens: Made of fresh greens from the mountains of the Pacific Northwest, ths wreath includes cedar, noble fir, pine, and juniper. Its asymmetrical shape adds a modern feel. Best stored outdoors to keep green fresh.
5. Noble Greens: Our favorite base to decorate with foraged pods, branches, and berries, this simple wreath is crafted from noble fir branches from the Pacific Northwest.
6. Western Mountain: A gorgeous homage to the mountains of the Pacific Northwest, this fragrant wreath includes branches of noble fir, white pine, salal leaves, juniper, cedar, and pinecones.
7. Magnolia: A festive holiday classic, this wreath is made from sturdy foliage from the magnolia tree. Leave unadorned for a traditional look or added foraged elements to make it your own.
8. Green Colorblock: This fresh and festive wreath is hand-crafted from fragrant boughs of fresh High Mountain Blue Noble fir, cedar, pine. Designed to feature groupings of individual specimens for a colorblocked, modern take on the traditional evergreen.