How to make a living wreath

How to make a living wreath

A dwelling wreath is a enjoyable and delightful strategy to enhance your house with colour and texture. On this video, be taught the steps to make your personal dwelling wreath.


  • garland body
  • Small crops or houseplant cuttings
  • moss leaf
  • bucket or tray
  • pliers
  • U pins
  • potting soil
  • String
  • inexperienced floral yarn
  • Scissors

Directions for a dwelling wreath

  1. Take the crops out of their pots, separate them and gently take away among the filth from their roots.
  2. Fill a big bucket or tray with water.
  3. Place the moss leaf on the tray and let it soak for about quarter-hour.
  4. Reduce and tie a inexperienced floral bow hanging from the again of the wreath body.
  5. Squeeze the moss to take away extra water.
  6. Place the moss leaf within the field wreath type.
  7. Add soil to the body on prime of the moss sheet.
  8. Pack the soil.
  9. Wrap the moss sheet across the soil and wreath body.
  10. Wrap the wire across the moss, spacing the wire about 2 inches aside.
  11. Make a gap within the moss utilizing scissors or your fingers.
  12. Place plant seedlings within the soil.
  13. Use U-pins to additional safe the crops to the wreath.
  14. Proceed putting the crops till the wreath is full.
  15. Add moss of various colours to fill the wreath type.
  16. As soon as your wreath is full, give it soak.
  17. Place the wreath on the desk for 2 to 3 weeks to let the roots develop.
  18. Grasp the wreath on a door or wall so that you and others can admire your work.

used crops

Lemon bud fern (Nephrolepis cordifolia)

spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum)

icy fern (Selaginella kraussiana)

pink nerve plant (Fittonia albivenis)

white nerve plant (fittonia verschaffeltii)

False Galaxy Aralia (Very elegant plendra)

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