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Growing at Reiman Gardens 012 Constructing a Holiday Wreath

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Published on Dec 13, 2007

In this week's episode of Growing at Reiman Gardens, outdoor horticulturist, Ed Moran, teaches a class on how to make festive mixed green wreaths from fresh evergreens. The conifer clippings he includes in his wreaths are Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), Noble Fir (Abies procera), Silver Fir (Abies alba), Arbor Vitae/Eastern Red Cedar (Thuja occidentalis), White Pine (Pinus strobus), and Juniper (Juniperus sp.). He also includes a few broadleaf evergreens, such as Camellia (Camellia sp.), Southern Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora), and Holly (Ilex opaca). The simple process he demonstrates creates a beautiful and impressive wreath. If you would like more information about other classes and workshops offered at Reiman Gardens please visit our website at www.ReimanGardens.com.

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