Kinsman Garden Catalog

Spring/Summer 2013

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LIVING WREATH FORMS Use your favorite plants to create colorful living displays with these 2-part wire forms Clip-together design makes it easy and quick to create living wreaths to decorate doors, walls, fences and table tops. Use succulents, ivies, small annuals and herbs to make strikingly unusual floral decorations. Announcing the Winners of the 2012 Photo Contest 1st Place Prize $250 Kinsman Gift Certificate "I use shade loving plants: pansies, violas, begonias, impatiens, coleus and lobelia. Because of the heat this year, it goes swimming a lot in the wreath pool!" — Carol Olsen, Kimberly, ID L I N E R C H O I C E S : Liner material needs to be soft enough for you to make a hole and plant—but thick enough to hold the potting mix in place. Flat New Zealand Sphagnum Moss Liners Preformed flat sheets are shaped to fit the form. Just soften with water, add your mix and plant. Oregon Green Moss (pg.30) Small wreath uses one Large bag, Medium wreath uses one Large and one Small bag, Large Wreath uses two Large bags. 2nd Place Prize $150 Kinsman Gift Certificate "Love my wreaths...always lots of compliments. I love using impatiens and want to do some succulent wreaths. Oh, and did I mention how easy it is to make these—and fun too!" — Kathy & Tom Degraide Carolina, RI 38 800-733-4146 Coco-Fiber Moss (pg.31) Economical 1-lb. bag of Coco-Fiber Moss is enough to line either Small or Medium wreaths. The 1-lb. bag can be "stretched" to line a Large wreath.

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