Dried Japanese Fall Harvest Wreath
Fall harvests aren’t just about pumpkins, corn, and squash: Autumn’s also the time of year when grain fields go from green to golden. Greet your guests and welcome in the season with the help of this wreath—adorned with dried sorghum grains on the stalk, fresh-seeded and willow eucalyptus leaves, and dried lantern plants (those are the pops of bright orange!).
Wreaths made with fresh greenery begin their drying process when made. The eucalyptus will be remain fresh for a few days and then can be enjoyed as a dried wreaths for the season
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!
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Monterey County, California
Dried seeded and willow eucalyptus, dried sorghum and savory, decorated with dried orange Japanese lanterns.
Wreaths made with fresh greenery begin their drying process when made. The eucalyptus will be remain fresh for about 1 week and then can be enjoyed as a dried wreaths for months.
Roughly 20” 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 wreath should be removed immediately upon receipt by cutting the cable ties under the box. Minimal handling is recommended, especially once the wreath has begun to dry.
Dried products are made to last up to one year if kept inside 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. Dried products are prone to damage if kept outdoors.
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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