A 30cm wire wreath base, decorated with freshly cut eucalyptus gunni which we grow here.
The eucalyptus is tied in place to the circular wire base with twine. We will include a length of jute ribbon to either hang or form a bow as you wish.
Sent via first class Royal Mail within 5 days of cutting the eucalyptus so it reaches you in lovely condition.
Display outdoors as it is, or decorate with your own fresh or dried flowers and foliage to make a lovely winter wreath.
The eucalyptus will dry in place on the wreath over time becoming more brittle and shading will alter slightly.
Keep away from direct sunlight to maintain the condition.
Eucalyptus is toxic to cats and dogs if ingested. Keep out of reach of children and household pets.
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Expected Dispatch Date
Havannah has indicated that the item should be dispatched on Tuesday 31st Jan 2023 if you order now.
Please note this is an estimate only. Delivery times can average 2-3 working days as advised by the Royal Mail, however delays can happen from time to time with fluctuating mail volumes and transport disruptions.