When not in use, I keep my extra greenery in an old school locker out in the studio.
I try to keep the ferns, ivy, etc together, but if I can't ......that's alright!
A vintage trunk sits below my faux greenery and holds floral garlands and swags when they're not in the house in use.
When I make a wreath, I normally take it apart after I;m done with it and put the greenery back in the locker. It is so hard to store wreaths and I enjoy making them fresh each time I need one.
I use greenery in my centerpieces.........
I decorated a vintage wicker settee with faux greenery one year to set on the front porch.......
Here's a chicken feeder that I filled with faux greenery one year to make a centerpiece for the farm table on the front porch.
I used lots of faux greenery in my fairy gardens.......
I filled this china cabinet with geraniums and faux ferns a few years ago.
This is my most recent use of faux greenery. So, as you can see, I use it all the time!.
In the corner of the studio where I store my faux greenery, I have a couple of my grandmothers quilts displayed.
Across from the greenery locker is a white cabinet that I store lace and trims in. You can see a couple of bunnies in the mirror next to the cabinet.
This bunnies are in the side of the studio where I store all the Easter decor that I decorate with in the spring.
Next to the lockers is a cabinet that I store my fairy garden stuff when not in use and behind the closed doors at the bottom of the cabinet is my stash of moss. I use the moss to cover the styro in my centerpieces.
Here's a closer look at my fairy garden supplies.