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Fragrant Pod Garland

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Product Details

This lush garland is designed and hand-crafted in California exclusively for Food52. Its base is made from three varieties of fragrant eucalyptus and deep-green salal leaves, which make the bear grass, nigella flowers, and hearty lotus pods pop. We love how versatile it is: Drape the garland over your fireplace, or turn your dining room table into the best seat in the house (and the best-smelling) by running the garland down the length of it.

Ships via 2-day express. Orders take 3 business days to process. The garland should be removed immediately upon receipt by cutting the cable ties under the box. Minimal handling is recommended, especially once the garland has begun to dry.

Garlands are compiled of thick branches and are therefore ideal for tabletops, mantles, and other flat surfaces.

  • Made in: Monterey County, California
  • Made of: Spiral eucalyptus, salal, willow and knife blade eucalyptus, bear grass, nigella, lotus pods, tallow berries
  • Size: Approximately 6' L x 5" W

Sourced from: Creekside Farms

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Photography by Bobbi Lin.

Care & Notes

Dried products are made to last up to one year with minimal care needed. Lightly dust when necessary. Minimal handling is recommended. Dried items are made extra full to compensate for any shedding during shipping and handling. Items may be stored in a dry box and kept away from humidity and heat sources.

All wreaths and garlands are recommended for hanging indoors away from direct sunlight and/or heat, or outdoors in a sheltered area that is protected from extreme elements such as rain, snow, sleet, hail and humidity. Wreaths or garlands hung outdoors may not last as long as those indoors left to dry.

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