When Grandma D’s Wreath and Tree Farm asked me to review one of their 24-inch wreaths, I agreed, knowing that I’d get my mom’s advice and thoughts about the wreath.
She was not disappointed. My mom told me that she usually spends about $30 on a nice wreath, and that’s what this one sells for.
She liked that the wreath was made from a variety of evergreen boughs including juniper and noble fir, and she liked the pine cones accents. She wasn’t crazy about the little red bow, which she plans to switch with a nicer one. (Note – the bow that comes on the wreath is not the one shown in the picture on Grandma D’s website.)
Wreaths from Grandma D’s Wreath and Tree Farm are all made using noble fir boughs, juniper berries, and pine cones grown by the Rutherford family on their Silverton, Oregon farm. The land has been in their family for five generations, making this a true family business, currently run by a work-at-home-mom.
Grandma D’s sells a variety of wreaths and centerpieces, and I’m sure they are all as nice as the one I received.
Ordering a wreath is easy. You can place your order any time and schedule delivery within the holiday season. UPS shipping is free within the US if you use the code W0834.
Grandma D’s Wreath and Tree Farm also offers several different fund raising, wholesale, and corporate/volume programs. Visit the Grandma D’s Wreath and Tree Farm website for more details.
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