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MontanaWreaths.com is operated by the Pink Grizzly Greenhouse and Christmas Store, which is a family owned business in Missoula, MT. The Pink Grizzly is dedicated to providing excellent quality products and personalized service to all of our customers. We have been in business for over 30 years selling seasonal bedding plants, Fourth of July Fireworks, and Christmas items. The evergreen boughs for the wreaths are from the majestic mountains of Western Montana. Please try us for a unique fresh wreath from the Big Sky Country.
Montana is still a place where you can find pristine nature untouched by man. It is a place where majestic mountains rise above the prairies and abundant wildlife thrive in their midst. Now you can capture a piece of that beauty and majesty for your home. MontanaWreaths.com is proud to share Montana made, natural wreaths with the rest of the United States. Enjoy the holidays and capture the fresh scent of the wilderness with a wreath from MontanaWreaths.com.
Our Trees and Tree lot:
Our trees are only available at our Missoula, MT retail Christmas Tree store located on the corner of Russell and Wyoming street. The address is 1400 Wyoming Street, Missoula, MT 59801. Phone: 406-728-3370. We carry Wild trees at $4.00 per foot including; Subalpine Fir, Douglas Fir, Grand Fir, Lodgepole pine, and Ponderosa Pine. We also carry plantation trees from $5- $250 depending on size and height. Our premium plantation grand fir and fraser fir trees are cut in our local area. We offer local delivery in the Missoula area for a fee. Our operation also offers tree flocking for $5.00 per foot. Hours of operation: 9am to at least 6pm every day during the season. We will stay open as long as customers are coming in. Stop by and see us.
History of Wreaths
The word wreath most often invokes thoughts of Christmas, but wreaths were originally used as a sign of importance and victory. In ancient Rome wreaths were worn on the heads of leaders such as Julius Caesar much like the crown of a king. The Greeks placed wreaths on the heads of victorious athletes in the original Olympic Games. The tradition of hanging a wreath on a wall for decoration probably came about when a warrior or athlete decided to save his or her award as a memento of victory. In the dead of winter the ancient Germanic peoples would set fires and place evergreen boughs in a circle to indicate hope of the coming spring. Christians later kept this tradition alive by creating the Advent wreath that is adorned with four candles and placed on a table. The lighting of the candles traditionally takes place on Christmas Eve to represent the light of Christ coming to the world. In more recent times wreaths have taken on many different meanings and now use many different types of vegetation.
The most popular use has obviously become the Christmas wreath made from evergreen boughs and is hung on a wall or door to invoke warm feelings of Christmas cheer.