A Natural, Spring Centrepiece Wreath for Easter or Passover

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spring-wreath // food to glowYou will have gathered from the above image that this isn’t a recipe post. But it is something natural, foraged and for the table – a natural, spring wreath.

I grew up in the US, the land of the front door wreath. While wreaths have been around since Roman times to celebrate sporting prowess, military success, love and even just to provide a welcome, modern materials and holidays have upped the ante quite a bit. Usually made from synthetic materials, today’s all-weather wreaths are often themed, ready-made and get dragged out of the attic when it is seasonally appropriate. I have some that I bought ages ago that get stuck to the front and kitchen doors every Christmas. They don’t match, they are bit tired, but it is tradition.

I am glad to notice however, a trend on Pinterest towards living wreaths, especially the gorgeous, succulent plant wreaths. A friend’s…

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