Long sprays of purple lavender and bright spring greenery compose this lovely faux spring wreath. The base of our Lavender and Spring Greenery Wreath is made of a circle of tightly wound green-colored vines secured by wire. This wreath reminds us of the colorful flowers that brighten the gardens and grounds of Colonial Williamsburg in the spring after the cooler winter months.
- Faux lavender flowers and spring greenery
- Coordinating green-colored vine base
- Measures 17" in diameter
For use indoors or in a protected outdoor area.
When your wreath arrives it will be in a compact shape for shipping. Gently bend each floral at the base to create a fuller appearance.
Our faux floral collections represent plants either grown in the gardens of Colonial Williamsburg or found in artwork or rare books documenting their existence in colonial America. The 18th century was a period of great interest in the natural world, and floral and fauna were interests of both scientists and artists.