My garden has reseeded marjoram, many kinds of thyme and lavender to combine in a summer scented herbal wreath.
The main structure of a wreath like this is a coat hanger or other similar wire, stretched into a circle.
The bunches of herbs can be tied to the wire with smaller wire or string, in sequence around the circumference.
In most cases, the herbs can be dried first so they retain their shape. I also fill in with other scented garden plants to add more bulk to the wreath; many herbs are very slender.
Oregano and Marjoram
Salvia or culinary sage
Artimesia - either the feathery Silver Mound or the more robust Silver Brocade
Thyme - there are lots of taller species and varieties as well as the culinary Thymus occidentalis
The wreath can be made by gathering small bunches of herbs together and using florists tape to hold them, then attach them to the circle of wire with tape or wire.
Display a wreath this delicate in an out of the way place, because otherwise small flowers will fall off as you pass by. Make sure it is somewhere you can smell the fragrance of the summery herbs.
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