My large yard and forest provide many art possibilities: Manzanita twigs, spice bush trimmings, willow twigs, green pine needles cherry, peach, plum, pear branches for wood turning Alder tree tiny cones 1/2 inch and hazelnut "bonnets" that look like fairy hats! (5th photo) Fresh rosemary (2nd photo), lavender, sage, thyme, lemon balm, germander, costmary, oregano, catnip (dried herbs are brittle, useful for sachets) bright white quartz and all colors of smooth river stones (9th photo) heart shaped stones (3rd photo) garlic bulbs About 200 Hollyhock seeds in the 7th photo with my fingertips next to sage. Grape vine in the 6th photo, always have an endless supply!
Late summer brings manzanita berries, hazelnut fairy hats, dried flowers Fall brings wild rose hips, acorn caps, red toyon berries
I have had several requests for fresh herb sprigs for wedding decorations. I can fill an 11 x 9 x 2" box with about 25 fresh stems wrapped in plastic to keep them fresh. When you receive the box, open it (enjoy the lovely aroma!) and keep the stems in a vase of water. They will look fresh for a few days so I am happy to send them at the last minute, to be received 1 to 3 days after I send it. I have all sizes of boxes if you need to purchase more than one order. Also, I can send herb stems with roots, so you can plant them in a pot to trim yourself.
Evergreen leaves that last up to 2 weeks include dk green jasmine, mock orange, pomegranate, and redwood. These could decorate a white table or wreath (10th photo)
If I didn't mention it, please don't hesitate ask!