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Grab your toast without feeling the burn! This perfect tool makes it easy to retrieve your favorite breakfast from the toaster--just grab and go!
Olive wood is a hard wood making it very dense and durable for everyday use. Olive wood is nonporous so no germs or odors are retained. All products are made from a single piece of wood—they are seamless and no two pieces are alike.
To care for the wood, hand wash with soap and water, then coat with olive oil or mineral oil often.
Davis Pottery is handmade in York Harbor, Maine by Chris Davis. Davis Pottery is lead-free, ovenproof and may be used in a microwave oven and washed in a dishwasher. For years of enjoyment avoid extreme temperature changes.
Available in a variety of colors. Color pictured might not necessarily be available.
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The tree of light menorah is destined to become a keepsake, a family heirloom passed down from generation to generation. Hand-forged, hand-bent iron comes to life with recycled glass fused in Luis' kiln to create organic functional art pieces with clean lines that will be enjoyed for a lifetime. Candles are pure beeswax.
About the artist: Luis Martinez creates each piece by hand at his studio in Pflugerville, Texas. Each design is inspired by nature, brought to life with superior craftsmanship. Born in Colombia in 1967, Luis discovered his passion for sculpting with his hands after working with different artists for many years, learning various techniques such as melting and shaping iron and fusing glass.
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These modern vases made from ceramic have a tree silhouette printed onto them and are glazed on the inside leaving the outside with an organic look and feel.
The Round Tree Vase is 2.5” in diameter and 9.25" tall. The Square Tree Vase is 2.75 in diameter and 9.25” tall.
Flowers We Love in this Vase : Allium, Dianthus, Orinthogalum, Parrot Tulip, Spray Rose, Narcis, Narine Lily
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This variety comes from Central America. It’s leaves are hard, and each plant has three colors in it (hence its name.) The plant blooms violet flowers, and its spike color is either yellow or red (depending on the plant.)
Care instructions: Water is usually the culprit when diagnosing why a plant has died. It is important to maintain a CONSISTENT watering schedule. Being consistent is important because air plants really start to thrive once they have acclimated to their surroundings. That being said, It is always better to underwater than over water. When you over water the plant rots out and dies immediately. When watering it is also important to keep in mind YOUR specific environment. By environment, we mean climate, air flow and lighting. For an example: If you plant is in an air conditioned home, and doesn’t receive a whole lot of light, it may only require watering once a week. That being said, even though an air conditioned home is cooler, it is also drier. So start with once a week, and look for curvature of the leaves. If that is occurring add another watering, but always let the plant dry out between watering cycles. Lastly, the type of variety is important. We break it down into two extremes (Green Varieties and White Varieties.) Green varieties most of the time come from low land habitats (ex. the rain forest.) They can take less light, and more water. White varieties, which are white because they are covered with trichomes, generally come from mountainous / drier habitats. These varieties can take much less water, but need more light. As discussed in the water section, light requirements are different for different varieties. We DO NOT recommend direct sunlight, especially between the hours of 10 and 2. Direct sunlight can cause burn, and all of our plants are greenhouse grown. This does not mean air plants cannot thrive in direct light. It only means it is variety specific. So to avoid heart ache, it is better to stay away from direct sunlight. It only takes one unusually hot day to fry your plants. Trust us, we have been there. Temperature is also a very important factor. The good thing about an air plant is its ability to tolerate a spectrum of temperatures. Most air plants can survive in temperatures from 100+ degrees down to 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep in mind that is only surviving not thriving. Optimally most varieties like temperatures in the high 70’s. A larger differentiation in day and night time temperature will also help to stimulate more color. You may find the need to increase watering in higher temperatures. It is not unheard of to water every other day when temperatures exceed 90 degrees.
About the grower: The greenhouse is a family run business. Gerald, the owner, has been involved with everything from flowers and foliage to plants since he and his family immigrated here from the Netherlands in the early 80’s. The company has transformed many times, as Gerald has always set out to find the most unique and innovative products available. Their passion and care for air plants and succulents gives them the ability to offer the highest quality plants. They are unique in that most of the plants they sell are coming from mother plants grown from seed.
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This exquisite piece can be worn as a 21" necklace or wrapped around your wrist three times. This combination is 14K gold vermeil with Kyanite gemstones on a Lapis Lazuli pearl cluster chain with Maggie's signature clasp.
More about the artisan: Maggie Moore (formally Bokor) is known for her organic, elegant fine jewelry. She lives an inspired life on the coast of Maine as an artist, coach and healing arts teacher.Maggie designs from the heart, inspired by her beautiful natural surroundings. She believes in the heirloom quality of her work and loves hearing stories of how her work has touched other’s lives by wearing her creations. Maggie’s jewelry is showcased in over 60 galleries across the country.