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    • Rain Kemperman

      How to Make a Living Wreath 1. Start with a wire wreath ring with a round 3D with 2 top rings and one lower ring so you can properly plant your plants. (12-14 outside dimension) 2. Wet potting soil and soaked sphagnum moss for your potting medium. For the plants, make sure they have 3″ of roots so they can be pressed into the ring

    • Colleen Kakakaway

      DIY Tutorial: How to Make a Living Wreath

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