Master Gardener to provide tips on wreath-making Dec. 11 at library


URI Master Gardener Lee Menard will be at the Warwick Public Library Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. to share his skill in wreath-making with step-by-step instructions.

The library will provide floral wire. Those planning to participate should bring:

1) a wire coat hanger or wreath ring

2) heavy-duty scissors or small pruning snips

3) wire edge ribbon

4) decorative items such as pine cones, ornaments, silk flowers, dried flowers, and seed pods

5) enough greens to make a wreath, including bittersweet, boxwood, cedar, fir, grapevine, holly, juniper, pine, and spruce.

The URI Master Gardener Program has taught the latest and best gardening practices to gardeners across Rhode Island since 1977. This event is limited to 20 adults. Sign up online at or call 739-5440 x3. For more information, call x9758. The library is located at 600 Sandy Lane. This event is free and open to all.


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