Even though it's is a bit chilly today, the past couple weeks we have seen the sun prompt the dogwoods and azalea's out of their winter rest. This gives me incentive to get out and remove the leaves that have taken up residence in my flower and garden beds. It is time to decorate my vine wreath with the first blooms of the spring season. So let's get started.
Just take the time to walk about your property or neighborhood looking for "natural" elements for your wreath. Whatever is in bloom will be lovely for a few days or a week. Then replace with whatever is next in bloom. You will have a natural wreath that is a welcoming sight to guests each time they visit from spring through fall months.
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