Bring the scent and spirit of a traditional Maine Christmas into your home with our most popular wreath, the legendary Harbor Farm Original.
Materials: Balsam Fir, eastern white pine cones, reindeer moss, acorns, horse chestnuts, clusters of faux red berries and a hand-tied bright red velveteen bow.
Weight & Size: Approximately 7 pounds for the regular 22" Wide and about 9 pounds for the 26" Large Original (sizes are approximate and vary since they are all hand made)
Longevity: Will stay fresh for about 3 weeks if indoors and 4-8 weeks if outdoors. Spray with water every few days for optimal freshness.
THE MOST FRAGRANT - Our handcrafted wreaths are made from fresh Maine Balsam Fir, the most fragrant of all the evergreens.
INCLUDE A PERSONAL GIFT NOTE - We include a greeting card with your personal note.
FESTIVE RED GIFT BOX - Arrives in a beautiful big red gift box.
SUPER FRESH & LONG LASTING - Made to order the day of shipping, for maximum freshness. Lasts through the holidays, even in warmer Southern states. Lasts longer if kept outside.
GUARANTEED TO ARRIVE FRESH - If you are not satisfied for any reason, please contact us at 1-855-770-7193 and we’ll make it right.
BOUNTIFUL - Some of the fullest wreaths you'll find anywhere.
MADE IN MAINE - Our lush balsam holiday wreaths are made in the USA.
Made with Balsam Fir, the most fragrant of all the evergreens. Our fresh Christmas wreaths are very full and unique because they are decorated with pine cones, acorns, chestnuts, and reindeer moss that have been gathered from the Maine woods. Your friends and family will be overjoyed when they open the big festive red box to reveal the lush, beautifully decorated and aromatic wreath inside. The scent of Christmas will fill their home, and they'll be thinking of you all season long!
We create our wreaths the old-fashioned way: local residents go into the Maine woods and gather all of the materials that we use to make the decorations -- native pine cones, reindeer moss, Balsam fir, Pine, and Cedar. This supports the economy in our small community and continues our standard of responsible and sustainable harvesting. We use only the tips of the evergreen branches on our wreaths and centerpieces. This process of harvesting foliage is known as "tipping." Rather than harming the tree, this practice is actually beneficial, resulting in fuller and more vigorous growth.
Make the ensemble complete by adding our elegant New England Centerpiece!
Common misspellings for Wreath are: Christmas Reef, Reefs, Wreathe, Wreathes, and Wreathed