Our linear forms create striking looks that our customers love.
Classical and a staple item in the dried flower industry. Wheat has been a part of our offering for over 50 years! Dyed in colors to meet your needs.
Pencil size cane used to give height in arrangements and used to hold up orchids.
Classical natural wheat, the inspiration for Amber Waves of grain. One would think that the source of this product would be America’s heartland. However this product is from Italy! The reason being that they cultivate a much older variety that has a stronger stem.
Most pencil cattails now come from India. Cattail leaves have been used as raw material in basket making. Cattails are an aquatic plant, growing near the waters edge. This part of the plant is the seed head. Works well as a tall stand alone item or interspersed with other items.
Curled Ting Ting grass with sparkling glitter added. Available in several colors to meet your color needs. From the Philippines. Twenty six inches in length.
lackbeard is a variation of the classic golden wheat. The black on blond creates a striking contrast of natural color.
Birch branches from Minnesota. Painted gold. A tall branch with a long main stem and many lateral branches. Can stand alone or be used as a filler.
Banana sticks are the sticks left over after the bananas are picked and have a nice walking stick shape.
Lunaria or silver dollar plant is grown in Italy and some home gardens. A favorite for weddings due to its delicate silver finish. Lunaria is created by removing the two outer coverings from each seed. Leaving only the inner cellophane membrane and seed attached to the stem.
The natural product has a rich smooth reddish brown bark. It may also have some green leaves attached. We also have the lighter colored sandblasted manzanita. Shipped from California & Texas. Sizes up to 13 foot tall are available. Please call for current prices and freight estimates!
These finger cholla trees have been sandblasted to remove all spines and enhance natural color. The cholla tree are the skeletal remains of the finger cholla cactus. Gathering is done in the arid desert regions of the southwestern United States. Shipped from Texas.
Mitsumata is from Japan. It has long been used to make paper. Its origin makes it a staple item in oriental arrangements. Can be formed to different shapes after soaking in water. All the bark has been removed then bleached leaving a very smooth finish.
Branches could be the answer. With a three to four foot length they fill many requirements. Birch has a very nice natural brown color.
A freakish plant growth from India. No two are the same. A palm mated growth, some with fingers. A light varnish has been applied. A nice focal item.