Plow & Hearth Exclusive Designed in a patchwork fashion, this handmade wreath of dried larkspur, phalaris and English lavender is accented with white sinuata, green eucalyptus and a sheer lavender bow. Natural twig base. Gorgeous color and texture for anywhere indoors.
• Lavender Patchwork Wreath • Dried larkspur, phalaris and English lavender • Accented with white sinuata, green eucalyptus and a sheer lavender bow • Natural twig base • Recommended indoor use only
Size Approx. 16" dia.
Shipping Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery
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Comments about Product: I am delighted with this wreath. It arrived looking exactly as pictured. I have hung it in my powder room. I hung it high so that people would not brush against it as dried flowers are naturally delicate. It smells nice. It is more visually appealing than other lavender wreaths I had seen that were just plain lavender all around.
By Elizabeth...grateful customer FromSwarthmore, PA
What was pictured was what I received
Comments about Product: I have been looking for an item of this type for some time. After reading a positive review about Plow and Hearth's wreaths... specifically this one, I had to order it. The most difficult thing was waiting for it to arrive. As promised in the review it arrived just like it looked in the picture. [...] the dried flowers were all in terrific shape. I plan to give this as gifts in the future. I strongly recommend this wreath, you won't be disappointed. Thank you Plow & Hearth for your honesty.
Comments about Product: Am using the wreath only indoors now due to above averge temperatures & humidity. My front door is protected from direct sun & rain & so I hope to be able to use it outside too. Information w/the wreath said outdoor is okay but the wreath is better for indoor use.
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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.
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