The Clodack - Dried Flower Wreath
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The Clodack Dried Flower Wreath This design is WILD at heart and therefore named after a village that is just that little bit wild and woolly in deepest darkest Herefordshire right up in the Black Mountains
hand made here:
This wreath is put together on a metal frame contains a variety of dried flowers and grasses with added wildness – feathers and more. We handmake our wreaths in our farm floristry so each one is unique and the types of flower will vary but will all be within the colour theme.
where to hang it:
Packed with dried flowers and grasses this wreath makes a fabulous wall hanging or party decoration. We keep a wreath of some sort on our door most of the year-round and as long as it is sheltered it will last for several weeks outside and many months (and sometimes years) inside. As time goes by as long as they are kept dry and out of the weather they may shed a little and the colours will fade, but their texture and charm will not.
Size Standard - diameter approx 40cm - 16 inches
Size Large - diameter approx 50cm - 20inches
Size Extra Large - diameter approx 70 cm - 27 inches
We have named our dried flower arrangements after Herefordshire Villages which we hope you might enjoy visiting at some time soon. You’ll enjoy Clodock – It’s churchyard looks like it is straight out of The Omen… In fact The parish church is dedicated to St Clydog, king of Ewyas, who was killed during the 6th century. The present church dates from the 12th century, and is a Grade 1 Listed Building. It is completely un-Victorianised, with west gallery, box-pews, three-decker pulpit and seventeenth century sanctuary furniture. Don’t get lost… and while you are up that way carry on to the fabulous Hopes of Longtown Village Shop – it’s won every award going and is run by the infamous Miss Christine Hope.