Buying Guide

Best Christmas Wreaths for Your Home

Artificial Christmas Wreaths & Garlands
Artificial Wreaths & Garland

The best artificial decorations resemble real foliage and require very little maintenance. You can also reuse them year after year. Other benefits include:


  • Hypoallergenic – Great for people with allergies
  • Flexible wiring allows for easier shaping of branches
  • Available in lengths up to 100 feet
  • Garland with end-to-end lighting allows multiple strands to be connected
  • The best Christmas garland and wreaths are pre-lit and battery-operated
Fresh-Cut Christmas Wreaths & Garland
Fresh-Cut

Just like trees, fresh-cut foliage fosters a festive holiday atmosphere. These are typically sourced from the branches of trees known for their pleasant aroma and excellent needle retention. Fir branches are a popular choice, as are spruce and pine. Here are some other things to consider:

  • Fresh-cut varieties are designed for one-season use and should be thrown out after the holiday
  • Prevent needle loss by avoiding use in drafty areas or near heat sources
  • Low-heat lighting such as micro, micro mini or LED lights are recommended
Christmas Wreath Installation

Special ties, clips and hooks will help you firmly attach your decorations to a variety of surfaces.


Wreath hangers 

Choose from a variety of sizes and styles to complement your décor


Zip ties

Use these to discretely secure garland


Fishing line

A virtually invisible way to suspend or drape decorations


The Basics

Standard hooks, nails and string can also be used


Safety

Use UL Listed lights for your protection

Christmas Garland & Wreath Care and Storage

Since artificial foliage can be used repeatedly, garland and wreath care should continue long after the initial purchase. It is important to store them properly.

  • Wrap fragile decorations before storing
  • Dust off garland and store it in a plastic container
  • Larger items can be placed in specially designed wreath and garland storage bags
  • Pre-lit decorations should be inspected annually for damage