Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, White Pine

8″ … $14.99 and up

12″ … $19.99 and up

16″ … $25.99 and up

20″ … $34.99 and up

24″ … $44.99 and up

30″ … $64.99 and up

36″ … $79.99 and up

SIZES UP TO 84″ (7 foot)

Holly & Magnolia Wreaths

$49.99 and up

Mixed Wreaths

8″ … $19.99 and up

12″ … $25.99 and up

16″ … $34.99 and up

20″ … $49.99 and up






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How to care for your wreath

Thank you for choosing Herbein’s Garden Center for your holiday wreath.  Every wreath created by Herbein’s Garden Center is different; different decorations, different greenery, different ribbon, etc. Therefore, each wreath will have a different display life some lasting longer than others.  Herbein’s treats each and every wreath and seasonal live product with a sealer to help prevent the wreath from drying out and becoming brittle. However, if you take extra steps to care for your wreath, you can help it last as long as possible.  Below are a few tips to ensure your wreath will last:

Weather Exposure:

For the most part, the materials used in your wreath are considered durable to moderate outdoor exposure unless otherwise noted. I suggest hanging your wreath on a door that has an overhang to protect it.  Also, if you know of an approaching rain storm where there will be sheets of horizontal rain and a lot of wind, I would bring your wreath indoors until the storm passes.  For light showers, it will be fine.  Unfortunately, over time, as with anything left outside in the sun, your wreath will fade.  There will also be some decorations that fade faster than others.  This too is normal.  If you purchase and use a lifelike wreath you should get a few seasons out of your wreath before this happens. 

Please note, Christmas or holiday wreaths containing ornaments should be handled with extra care.  These wreaths last longer with a full covered porch and should not be in direct sunlight.  If your door does not have a full covered porch and/or is in direct sun light, just note your lifelike wreath may last only 1 or 2 seasons or it could last for much longer, depending on the ornaments used and how long you display your wreath. Most customers are okay with this as they typically want a change after a few years. It really depends how much of a beating your wreath takes throughout the season.

Dusting your Wreath:

Unfortunately your wreath will collect dust and/or pollen.  Use a hair dryer on the lowest and coolest setting and blow the dust or pollen off.  You can also use a soft, clean bristled paintbrush to gently sweep off dust and debris. Fluff your bow and you’re good to go.  It is best to dust off your wreath before storing it.

Storing your Wreath:

Your wreath SHOULD BE STORED IN A CLIMATE CONTROLLED ROOM!  Extreme heat or cold will cause decorations’ paint to crack or peel, styrofoam decorations to melt, and will cause expanding and contracting between grapevine branches which will cause the decoration insertions to become loose. You will be a lot happier if you store your wreath in a closet and not the attic or garage.  I personally store my wreaths in a spare closet on the top shelf.  Some of you have taller ceilings and therefore a lot of extra space high up in your closets; you can use this space to store your wreaths.  You can use clear (so you can see through it) yard trash bags and drape this over your wreaths and cut a hole in the bag so that the wreaths hanger can still be used for hanging and then knot the end of the bag to prevent dust from settling on it.