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Custom order or special request? No problem!

Worcester Wreath products make great gifts any time of the year, and we're happy to take orders for custom products.

We make a variety of balsam and twig wreaths that can decorate your house either year round or on special occasions. Our designer twig wreaths include a Gingham Rose twig wreath, a Patriotic Birch Petal twig wreath and the Outdoorsman Sweet Fern wreath.
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More About Worcester Wreath Company

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Oh "brown" Banana {Mix it up Monday}

Yesterday sitting on my windowsill were 3 brown bananas...What to do with them?
I have a tasty long time family favorite recipe to share with you. 

PS. the whole recipe is made in one bowl = low mess!
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Growing our own balsam trees ensures top quality wreaths

Learn what separates Worcester Wreath Co. from the rest

Growing our own balsam trees at the Worcester Wreath Co. has made a huge difference in the quality of products that we can deliver to customers. When we started in business, like other wreath makers, we had to buy balsam from anybody that would gather and you got what they delivered, no matter what the quality. If it was inferior, you had to buy it, because we had to make the product anyway.
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Let's Take a Look at the Secrets of Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day Facts:


Valentine Clipart Images

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Farming For Wreaths

Film Clip Friday:

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The Symbolism of a Wreath

Although the balsam wreaths we make at Worcester Wreath Co. are most often associated with the Christmas season, the wreath itself has a rich history of symbolism.

Patriot Pair | Christmas Wreath  

In ancient Greece and Rome, wreaths were known as diadems, from the Greek "diadema," which means "a thing bound around." Wreaths were worn or hung to represent a person's occupation, rank and status.
Wreaths made of laurel were associated with the Greek god Apollo, known as the god of life and light. One myth describes Apollo's romantic pursuit of the nymph Daphne. She fled and asked for help from the river god, Peneus, who turned her into a laurel tree. From then on, Apollo wore a laurel wreath on his head, and the wreath became associated with the characteristics of Apollo --victory, achievement and status.
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