With the ongoing COVID19 restrictions that are in place, we have decided that having our usual Christmas wreath sessions held at the Plans & Plants Workshop was going to be impossible. But I know lots of you love to make your own Christmas wreaths and so I have decided instead to offer DIY Christmas Wreaths in a box!

How it works:

Select your base box, either traditional or silver.


  • A 12” wire wreath frame
  • Sphagnum moss from a sustainable source
  •  Reel wire
  • Step by step guide
  •  and 30 x stems of traditional seasonal foliage that will be tied in bundles and ready for you when you collect your box.


  • A 12” wire wreath frame
  • Sphagnum moss from a sustainable source
  •  Reel wire
  • Step by step guide
  • 30 x stems of Silver/Grey/green foliage eg Eucalyptus, Senecio, Eleagnus ebbingeii, Welsh pine, Grey Cedar etc

Add any additional extras, priced separately (you can add as many as you like!) for example:

  • Pine cones
  • Ribbons
  • Dried fruit
  • Berries
  • Ornamental stems
  • Dried flowers
  • Feathers
  • Christmas baubles

Collect your box

The boxes will be ready for collection on Monday, Thursday and Saturday starting on Monday 30th November with last collection day on Thursday 17th December and we ask that you adhere to the date and time you have requested for collection (which you will be asked to state at the time of order) to ensure that we can keep to all the social distancing rules and allow you time to collect your box and foliage safely. 

Enjoy making your wreath!

I am also going to do a short video that I will send to you by email just to remind you of the basic techniques for making a traditional Christmas Wreath but of course I am always available to answer any questions you might have and if you’re really stuck we can organise a Facetime or Zoom session!

Perhaps you could even get together in a socially distant way with 5 other friends to make them together! I am always on the phone if you need any help or advice and of course I’d love to see the results so post pictures on our Facebook page so we can all see them!