EcoFaux Dogwood Branch, 36.5”
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Also known as the Flowering Dogwood, this species of tree is native to eastern North America. Dogwoods flower from mid-March through May, and after flowering they bear red fruit and scarlet autumn foliage. Native Americans used the aromatic bark and roots as a remedy for malaria and extracted a red dye from the roots.
We designed these in collaboration with author / stylist, Hilary Robertson, and purposely incorporated realistic details of faded leaves and petals, as well as bug holes to capture nature’s nuance.
Note that stems and flower heads are flexible, and can be cut with strong, heavy-duty clippers. Petals and leaves are made of upcycled fabric from PET plastic bottles, while the stems and leaf bones are bioplastic. These are assembled by hand from ethical producers in China. (Read more)
Also available in 20.25".
Materials: Upcycled fabric, bioplastic