In their new book, Alethea Harampolis and Jill Rizzo of Studio Choo provide 100 year-round “recipes” to make with flowering and leafing branches, proving that wreaths needn’t be left to December. The Wreath Recipe Book is organized seasonally, and each set of recipes is built upon a seasonal branch. In the spring, quince and dogwood hold court and wreaths feature lilacs and olive branches. In the summer you’ll find a ring of blackberries and a swag made of cotoneaster. In the fall, wreaths are made of maple leaves, and arrangements feature rosemary and plums. The winter is all about evergreens—cedars and pines, combined with holly and winterberry and more. Also included is a chapter covering basic techniques, and back matter with sourcing and care information.