The idea for this wreath came from hop vines, which twine in trees and bushes in an engagingly wild yet delicate manner. Between the robust, intertwined strands, which end in the characteristic delicate, fanned flowers, there are always leaves, flowers or berries of the entwined plants. This completely natural look should also be reflected in this winter wreath. Almost as if it had grown that way.
The base for the winter wreath consists of hazel branches tied together to form a ring and wrapped with the hop vines. Other materials such as Lunaria rediviva, Aster divaricatus "Tradescant" and Hydrangea paniculata "Kyushu" as seed heads from our front garden were stuck or threaded into the hop braid without yarn or wire.