Christmas Foliage

On the lead up to Christmas, I am sure you are all very busy organising yourselves ready the big day; running around buying & wrapping presents, decorating your homes with festive arrangements & sparkly lights and buying your turkey & all the trimmings for your family and friends to enjoy! Trust me, we know the feeling!

If you are decorating your home this year with garlands, wreaths, table arrangements, below we have our most popular christmas foliage used to create your wreaths and garlands, along with inspiration on how to create your own DIY arrangements:

blue-sprice

View bundles of Blue Spruce > 

green-nordman

View bundles of Green Nordman > 

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View bundles of Pinus Strobus > 

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View bundles of Cypress > 

conifer

View bundles of Conifer > 

mistletoe

View bundles of Mistletoe > 

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View bundles of Holly > 

As it is the last week before Christmas, don’t stress yourself out too much, take a look at our cheeky cheats to make your life easier this festive season:

spruce-rings

View Christmas Rings, Wreaths and Moss Decor > 

Find out how to create our top three festive arrangements this Christmas for your homes:

(1) Table Arrangement 

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(2) Miniature Christmas Tree 

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(3) Hanging Door Christmas Wreath 

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For more information, visit our website at www.trianglenursery.co.uk

 

Thank you for reading

We would love to see your creations – please send them through to info@trianglenursery.co.uk

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