It’s the first day of November, which means time to wrap up your holiday décor shopping if you haven’t yet! Early November is typically when Christmas supplies (especially greenery) start selling out—this year especially—which is why I’m sharing my best finds with you now.
I’m also working on a separate roundup of holiday decorations, gift wrap, etc and a preview of our Christmas décor this year, but I didn’t want to wait any longer to share my faux greenery finds since those tend to sell out first.
I bought most of my holiday greenery last year and some of those products are still around this year, but most on this list are new finds. I’ve broken them down into three categories:
Wreaths + Garlands
Potted Trees + Greenery
These trees are all under $500, highly rated with realistic life-like branches, and many are available in multiple sizes. Tip: make sure to look for “Real Feel” (or PE) branches when shopping for trees, and always look closely at the detail photos!
- Foxtail Pine (we have this one in the 9′ size) $496
- Fraser Fir $500
- Frasier Grande $140
- Carolina pine $401 (on sale)
- Norwegian Spruce $262 (on sale)
- Aspen fir $205 (on sale)
- Jersey Fraser $497 (on sale)
- Flocked Alpine $300
- Spruce tree $190
- Flocked Aspen Pine $399 (on sale)
- Flocked Sierra Spruce $498 (on sale)
- Green Spruce $164 (on sale)
- Noblis Fir $199 (on sale)
- Aspen Pine $367 (on sale)
- Nordic Spruce $480 (on sale)
- Virginia Fir $245 (on sale)
- 17” Cedar Wreath – I used these on our exterior windows last year and they look + feel so realistic—I just bought two more for our patio door.
- 24” Norfolk Wreath – I also have this one, it matches the Norfolk garland/stems I used last year.
- 26” Cypress Wreath
- 24” Cedar wreath
- 24” Pine Wreath with bells
- 18” Norfolk Wreath
- 77” Cypress garland
- XL Spruce garland
- 5’ Eucalyptus garland
- 60” Norfolk pine garland – I have several of these and used them all around the house last year
- 6’ Magnolia garland
- 6’ Cedar garland
- 33” Potted Cypress
- 4’ Norwegian Spruce
- 3’ Potted Pine
- Cedar + Berries in vase
- Pine branch arrangement
- 35” Magnolia leaf spray – I have these and they look/feel very realistic!
- 30” Cypress stem
- 10” Cedar pick – Have a few of these and love them for small vase arrangements
- 28” Juniper stem
- 40” Pine + Berry bundle
- 36” Norfolk pine branch – I used these to make swags for our lights + mirrors last year—they always sell out!
- 24” Cedar Stem
Do you have any other favorites I should know about? Quality greenery can be tough to shop for online so I hope my detective work has paid off, and you can snag something before it sells out!
Next up: A huge DIY tutorial this kicks off this week over in my IG stories, and check back here in a few days for the reveal of our holiday tablescape!
The beaded garland on your tree, do you remember how many feet you used? I’m going for a similar look and our tree is 9ft. Your tree is gorgeous!
Jenna Sue says
Thanks Taylor! I actually made those by hand with loose beads. Hard to say how many feet we had but there were a lot — you need more than you think!
Christine Johnson says
Just to let you know, some of the links aren’t working. I was looking at the garlands. Link 7 is the same as link 10. Link 8 and 11 do not bring me to a product.
Thanks for compiling all this!
Jenna Sue says
Hi Christine, that’s so strange! Everything is working as it should on my end and I can’t seem to replicate the issue. Not sure why it wouldn’t be working. Most are sold out at this point but if you’re looking for a specific one, let me know and I’ll reshare the link!
Just ordered the Fraser Foxtail Pine! ? Your home is so beautiful. May I ask where you got the Christmas ornaments on the first picture?
Jenna Sue says
Awesome, I hope you love it Abigail! Our ornaments have been collected from everywhere over the years… a lot of the basic/inexpensive ones are from Hobby Lobby and JCPenney. Target has nice options too.
I love a skimpy tree with plenty of open space to hang bulbs. When I was looking for one a few years back the only place that came close was Balsam Hill. Now, Balsam Hill has plenty, as well as some bare branch trees in multiple sizes. See, for instance, the Alpine Balsam Fir for a tree with plenty of space. Or for bare branches the Winter Birch is one offering in multiple sizes. They are also great if you need a flat back tree or a table top tree. My tree is about 4 feet high with fairy lights and is just perfect for my space.
Jenna Sue says
Balsam Hill makes some really high quality trees as well! The selection and price point overall seems to be better this year than ever before, yay for us 😀