Wreaths for All Seasons

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Gibbs Smith, Sep 1, 2012 - Architecture - 128 pages
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Whether winding greenery onto a wreath form with your own hands and florist’s wire, or transforming a store-bought wreath, the secrets are in the garden (and the produce section of the market): roses, hydrangeas, citrus, berry bushes, complementary greens and herbs, fruits, vegetables and flowers in season. Here are ideas galore for making gorgeous wreaths for year-round and special festivities.


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James T. Farmer III is the author of three previous books: A Time to Plant, Porch Living, and Sip & Savor. His business, James Farmer Designs, specializes in landscape and interiors, food and garden, and special events. He is an editor-at-large for Southern Living. He lives in Kathleen, Georgia.

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