Our cones and pods preserves natures beauty for your enjoyment
A variety pack of assorted pods, on a wooden pick. Have been picked to save you time. Very easy to use. Loose in a bulk carton. Pods will vary from time to time.
The classic aquatic lotus with a touch of shine. A light coat of varnish has been applied. On a paper wrapped wire stem easily shaped or formed.
Lotus pods grow all over the southeast part of the United States and are the fruit of the lily.
Natural Austrian Pine Cones. Two to three inches in length. Shipped from our Wisconsin warehouse.
An assortment of our more expensive pods. All have had a wooden pick glued into them to save you time and trouble. They are packaged loose in a bulk carton. A great time saving product for your larger holiday wreath projects.
Lotus is an aquatic plant. Grows in shallow still water. One of our most requested items. We use around one million pods a year. The large lotus is gathered in the USA. An item that will work in any situation.
Pomegranates have been hand selected for size and shape, then tinted to retain their natural beauty.
Painted Austrian Pine Cones. Two to three inches in length. Shipped from our Wisconsin warehouse. Ideal for Holiday wreaths and arrangements.
Ata Fruit in native to India. These have had a light varnish applied to bring out the natural color. They are stemmed on a paper wrapped wire stem 16 inch long. Stem is easily shaped. Known also as brain fruit because of its look.
Our bulk offering of pods on a 16 inch paper wrapped wire stem. Ideal if you do not want to pay for the product to be placed in a plastic sleeve.
Mini lotus imported from India. Native to all of the far east. A fresh food source in native lands. A religious symbol in Asian cultures.
Palm caps are from the palm tree and the cap is the left over after the bloom and fruit.
Natural Ponderosa pine cones are three to four inches in length. Shipped from our Wisconsin warehouse.
Austriaca cones on a wooden pick. Cover your foam base. Christmas wreaths.
The Pomegranate originated in Iran or Persia. A large dried Pomegranate was found in the tomb of Djehuty, butler of Queen Hatshepsut, one of the Pharaoh Queens of Egypt.