MAINE BALSAM ITEMS
WREATHS FOR ANYTIME
Welcome to Maine Wreath and Flower
Maine Wreath & Flower is a locally owned business established in 1981 with a retail outlet store located just down the hill from L.L. Bean store in Freeport, Maine and a mail order business.
The Holidays Will Be Here Before You’re Ready!
Our Fresh Maine Balsam Fir Wreaths are one of our most popular items and are shipped FREE all around the country just in time for the holidays!
Additional Maine balsam items include door swags and centerpieces. Order yours anytime of the year and designate your preferred delivery date. Shipping begins after Thanksgiving.
Order Yours Today, Delivery for the Holiday
Great Gift Ideas: Our balsam wreath is also available in just about any sport or hobby motif: Golf – Baseball – Football – Cooking – Soccer. Your ideas! Call us!
Maine Balsam Wreath
$44.99 per Wreath
Maine Balsam Door Swag
$33.99 per Swag
Maine Balsam Centerpiece
$42.99 per Centerpiece
Wreaths are a universal sign of hospitality.
They can be used indoors or out and can be made from fresh flowers and boughs or high quality dried items that look great and are long lasting. Wreaths are great accents to your home, office, and perfect gift ideas.All wreaths and arrangements are handcrafted with care and pride in Maine by Maine people using quality products grown and gathered right here in New England.
We can also help you with fresh and dried flower arrangements for everyday, for corporate gifts, and weddings!
Stop by our retail outlet shop for dried and silk flowers and wreaths, plants and all types of fairy garden supplies, and a unique collection of gift items … Maine blueberry-themed pictures and items, garden flags and mailbox covers, ribbon-by-the-yard in all colors, wreath making supplies, and much, much more.
Lots of things you’ve never seen before, but won’t leave without!
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Our newsletter is mailed at the beginning of each month and is filled with great tips, some recipes, our latest news about new products and classes, and you’ll even find some fun facts. Have you heard this one before? “If the first week of August be warm, the winter will be white and long.” You’ll find more of this weather folk lore in A Handbook of Weather Folk Lore by Charles Swainson.