When will my order arrive?
For all orders, you can shop early and let us know a later ship date and get your Christmas shopping done early! During the checkout process on our website, you will see a box that says, "Special instructions for seller". Add in your specific ship date for your product.
Items being shipped with Free Ground Shipping takes approximately 2-6 business days to be delivered. Business days do not include holidays and weekends.
How long will my wreath last?
With a nice misting every day or two, your inside wreath will last throughout the season, but will probably be ready to recycle early in the New Year. If you hang it close to a direct heat source, or if your home stays fairly warm all the time, we would suggest misting daily.
If you're keeping your wreath outside under an awning still periodically mist with water. If you live in a hot climate, then mist daily.
If you live in a cold climate, you can hang your wreath and forget about it. This outside wreath will last through the Winter and into Spring.
Where's my order?
Once your order has been shipped, we send you an e-mail with your tracking number. From there you can track your shipment by visiting www.Fedex.com and using your tracking number to track you shipment. If you did not receive the e-mail please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I hang my wreath?
The metal frame on the back of the wreath will support a nail or screw on your door or side of your house. Any wreath hanger can be used if you don't want or can't put a nail or screw in your door.
Where do our boughs come from?
High elevation forests in Oregon
How big are the Christmas Wreaths?
Our wreaths range from 22, 26, and 32 inches in diameter. After decorating, they weigh about seven pounds offering a full, well-flourished wreath. They are long lasting and a great gift for the holidays.
How do I take care of my wreath?
When you first receive your wreath or wreaths, remove them from the box. If it comes with a bow, but the bow is not on the wreath yet, then push the wires on the bow through to the backside of the wreath and twist the wires together to hold the bow in place. Once it's where you want it, then tuck the wire under so your door or wall doesn't become scratched. The wreath has a wire loop for hanging, but if you want to hang it from a different angle then you can use a wreath hanger. Some people like the bows at the top, and others like them on the side - it's a matter of preference. After the wreath is hung, arrange the wired bow how you want it - it will hold its shape nicely, then give the wreath a good misting and you're set for a day or two.
Why can't I get my wreath before October?
If you harvest the fresh boughs in the summer they will have pitch on them and will loose their needles quickly. Therefore, it's best to harvest boughs after exposure to the first hard frost, which puts the tree in a dormant state. The advantage to this state is, there is no pitch and it allows the needles to stick on the branch through the holiday season. Harvests can start as early as October and continue through early December.