If you’ve left it to the last minute to organize some simple Christmas decorating around your home for the festive season, you will enjoy this post. We’ve found some easy Christmas decorating ideas using plants that grow in your garden. Rosemary is a popular herb in most household gardens, so we’ve chosen this herb to be the plant of choice when recreating these simple, décor ideas.
Rosemary is an evergreen herb and it’s woody, needle-like leaves make it the perfect greenery to decorate this Christmas Season.
If you’re unsure how to decorate your home using this stunning herb, look no further than these simple ideas. While some of these projects don’t use rosemary, it can definitely be replaced by this popular herb.
- These simple wine cork trees are the perfect DIY project using rosemary. Although the project uses fake tree needles, rosemary will give these little trees a fragrant display centerpiece for the dinner table.
2. Simply plant some rosemary stems or seedlings into tins or mini planter pots and gather together for a simple centerpiece.
3. If you have hurricane lamp candle holders, insert some stems of rosemary around the candles. This picture uses different plant life, you rosemary stems would be just as effective.
4. Use coffee cups to hold pillar candles and decorate the inner rim using greenery. Rosemary would make a great substitute for the existing plant life used in the picture below.
5. Decorate simple glasses using rosemary twigs, cherries and tea light candles. The combination of the red and green creates a festive touch to your décor.
6. For a simple Christmas centerpiece, use a round baking tray and place a bucket of rosemary, a tree branch and pine cones for a rustic, minimalist look. You could change the bucket for a planter pouch.
7. Place a sprig of rosemary in champagne glasses for a Christmas touch to the dining table.
8. Insert a stem of rosemary within a piece of brown twine as part of the napkin holder. Minimalistic at its best.
What will you be using to decorate your home this festive season?