Herbal wreaths have been hallmarks of civilized dwellings ever since the first cavemen hung dried wormwood to ward off evil spirits. Bay Flora herbal wreaths are made by hand, from farmed and foraged plants. Materials used may vary, depending on the time of year and weather.
Each herbal wreath is consequently unique, and that's part of the charm. All Bay Flora cultivated wreath materials are now certified organic, so the culinary wreaths are not only beautiful but an essential pantry ingredient. Herbal wreaths are about 18" diameter unless otherwise stated.
Herbal wreaths may shed slightly in their shipping package. Don't worry, this is normal for wreaths made of natural materials. They're made extra full to account for this. A note about oreganos: Greek oregano is green and imparts traditional oregano flavor to food. Mexican oregano is purple and has a stronger flavor than Greek oregano, so be stingy when cooking with this herb. Can also be used as a substitute for epazote. These wreaths will last many months if protected from heat, light and moisture.
Prices include FREE SHIPPING to continental U.S. locations. You should receive your herbal wreath within 10 days of placing your order. Dried wreaths are shipped UPS ground and fresh wreaths are shipped FedEx express.
TO ENSURE ARRIVAL BY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 24, 2014 PLEASE PLACE YOUR WREATH ORDER BY THURDAY DECEMBER 11, 2014.
|Winter Solstice Wreath|
The elemental quality of this fresh wreath makes it perfect for winter holidays. Forest salal and noble fir entwine to form a two-foot diameter circle. Seeded eucalyptus is tucked among the boughs. Very simple, very fragrant, very beautiful.
|Pussy Willow Wreath|
First to appear as the sunlight grows in strength is the snowdrop, a bulb everyone in colder climates should grow. The next and best sign of spring is the pussy willow, a harbinger of hope all over the world. Even if you can't grow Salix discolor in your garden, you can display the silky, pearl gray catkins of the male plants on your door or wall. 23" diameter.
Looking to capture summer? Look no further. Red huckleberry branches support preserved lavender flowers in this outstanding 18" wreath. The lavender cultivars used in this wreath are known as lavandin and are the basis for the production of lavender oil in Provence.
|Whirligig Bird Wreath|
It's almost a shame to place this gorgeous 12" wreath outside and watch the birds consume it. You might want to keep it indoors for a few weeks before feeding your feathered friends with this fluffy tapestry of black bearded wheat, spray millet, canary grass and red sorghum.
|Bird Banquet Wreath|
Another smaller (12") wreath made from grains beloved by birds. Amaranth, sorghum and millet combine to create a darker version of the Whirligig wreath. Why not buy two to attract the widest variety of seed-loving birds?
|For the Birds Grain Bundle|
If you have a fence or railing available, tie on this 2-foot bundle of bird paradise and enjoy the show. The birds will love the millet and amaranth tied together with canary grass and celosia. This swag also serves as a beautiful indoor decoration for wall or door.
|Up Against the Wall Herb Bundle|
For those who are compromised vis-a-vis wall space, this two-foot long herb bundle is just the ticket! Herbs are tied together to form a cool vertical statement, and they typically include sage, Mexican oregano, anise, bay laurel and marjoram. Garlic flowers are added to the grouping.
|The Stinking Rose Herb Wreath|
This wreath is constructed from Mexican oregano, sage, marjoram, bay laurel and lavender. Sometimes additional herbs are included, depending on season and availability. Garlic flowers are scattered throughout the herbal base.
|Ring of Fire Culinary Wreath|
Buy this for someone who likes a kick in their food and on their wall. Red hot chilis nestle in a base of Mexican and Greek oregano to create a combo that's appealing to the eye and the palate.
|Powers of Ten Herbal Wreath|
Ten different herbs are tied together in geometric perfection to form a stunning circle. There's almost always lamb's ear (tear off a few leaves and cover a bruise for quick healing), Mexican oregano, lavender, culinary sage, sweet Annie, wild roses and Greek oregano. Other herbs may be added, depending on what's available in the field.