The other good news is, even if you're challenged by mobility, time or other issues, you can still do some effective and wonderful Christmas decorating without a huge amount of effort.
Blomidon Nurseries just before my surgery, and was inspired by the staff/instructors as well as by what other participants were doing. This all-natural wreath was simply elegant.
My Mother's Bloomers Flower and Gift Shop in Halifax taught me how to do something quick and attractive with greenery. He used a square glass dish, some artificial snow, some big crystal decorations and brilliant red berries with snips of pine and thuja to make a beautiful and easy centrepiece. "Don't over think it," he told me. "Just relax and have fun with it. "
For another quick and easy idea, place a potted plant such as a cyclamen into the centre of an undecorated fir wreath, as in the top photo. You can remove the decorative paper that most plants come wrapped in, or just trim it so that it disguises the pot but doesn't take away from the foliage or flowers.
The nice thing about flowering plants is that they are their own decoration, although you can add a seasonal bow or group the plant with other Christmas themed items to make a pretty mantle, shelf, or tabletop.