Tutorial: Green Christmas Wreath

Green and white are lovely combined in this wreath. The white Euphorbia and Phlox look great together with the Green Cymbidium and Anemone. The Trachelium even has both colors in one! The stems of the flowers are placed in tubes with water so the flowers in the wreath have a good vase life as well. Because of the tubes this wreath is perfect to place on a table but not suitable to hang on your door. Unless you want a cold shower of course. Watch the video below to see how this green Christmas wreath is made and be inspired!

Christmas Wreath | Holex Flower
Time: 10 – 15 minutes | Difficulty: easy (*)

Materials

  • Wooden Wreath
  • Glass or plastic tubes
  • Watering Can
  • Knife
  • Secateurs

Flowers

  • 11 x Euphorbia Spray Quicksilver
  • 1 x Cymbidium Mini Green Rock
  • 2 x Trachelium White Lake Michigan
  • 3 x Phlox Whitecap
  • 4 x Anemone Mona Lisa White

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Steps For Making This Green Christmas Wreath:

  1. Place the tubes in the wreath. You can push the tubes between the construction of the wreath.
  2. Fill the tubes with water using the watering can. Do not fill them completely since the stems of the flowers will raise the water level later.
  3. Start with the Euphorbia and Trachelium. Create a basis with these flowers. Cut off approx. 2cm from the end of the stem and place them into the tubes.
  4. Now add the Phlox and Anemone.
  5. Cut off a few heads of the Cymbidium stem. Place the Cymbidium heads in the tubes.
  6. Your green Christmas wreath is now ready for use. Enjoy!