Cooking Dried Herb Wreath Subscription
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There’s nothing quite like getting a brand-new wreath in the mail—especially ones that smell so sweet and are woven from herbs picked in their prime. Better yet, you can safely snip the dried leaves from this wreath to sprinkle right in your soups, breads, and roasts. With this subscription you’ll get four wreaths total: Fall dried Sage, Winter fresh Rosemary, Spring dried Marjoram, and Summer dried Savory. All. Year. ‘Round.
Your first wreath ships 2-day express within 5 business days of placing your order. Orders do not ship Thursday or Friday to avoid sitting with carrier over the weekend.
Following your Fall dried Sage wreath, your next three wreaths will arrive based on the below shipping schedule:
For Winter, the wreath is composed of fresh rosemary, built on a wire frame and includes a linen ribbon. Ships week of December 9, 2019.
For Spring, the wreath is composed of dried marjoram, built on a wire frame and includes a linen ribbon. Ships week of March 16th, 2020.
For Summer, the wreath is composed of dried summer savory on a wire frame and linen ribbon. Ships week of June 22, 2020.
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Creekside Farms ships out their wreaths and garlands express on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. This way, your order will arrive by week's end and won't sit in a warehouse over the weekend! If you order on a Thursday or Friday, please allow additional shipping time. Your patience will be rewarded with beautiful decor!
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Monterey County, California
Subscription includes a total of four wreaths: the Fall Sage Wreath (Dried Sage) for fall; the Winter Rosemary Wreath (Fresh rosemary) for winter; the Spring Majoram Wreath (Dried marjoram) for spring; the Summer Savory Wreath (Dried summer savory) for summer. All wreaths are built on wire rings.
Wreaths made with fresh greenery begin their drying process when made. The fresh ingredients will remain fresh for about 1 week and then can be enjoyed as a dried wreaths for months.
Each wreath is roughly 16" in diameter (varies very slightly due to being handmade)
Care & Notes +-
As these wreaths and garlands are made of fresh ingredients and delicate dried ingredients, they are final sale.The Winter Rosemary wreath is shipped fresh. Fresh wreaths should be removed from the shipping box immediately upon receipt. Minimal handling is recommended, especially once the wreath has begun to dry. Keep the wreath away from direct sunlight and heat sources, to avoid premature drying and fading. Storing the wreath is not recommended. With proper care and handling, the wreath should last up to 1 year.Spring Majoram, Summer Savory, and Fall Sage wreaths are shipped dried. Dried products are made to last up to one year with minimal care needed. Lightly dust when necessary. Minimal handling is recommended. Dried items are made extra full to compensate for any shedding during shipping and handling. Items may be stored in a dry box and kept away from humidity and heat sources.All wreaths and garlands are recommended for hanging indoors away from direct sunlight and/or heat, or outdoors in a sheltered area that is protected from extreme elements such as rain, snow, sleet, hail and humidity. Wreaths or garlands hung outdoors may not last as long as those indoors left to dry.
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