Preserved Mango Oak Leaves On their own, natural mango colored oak leaves, look rustically fall-ish! Branches filled with leaves are cut from an oak tree, and then the leaves are dyed and preserved with glycerine to keep them pliable, and fresh feeling, so they will not dry and crush. A vase filled with the harvest color of these naturally preserved oak leaves would make a stunning display for an entryway or side table. Making these naturally preserved oak leaves into a harvest colored wreath, perhaps adding small pumpkins, gourds and sprigs of fall berries would be beautiful.
Pictured: A sample of one mango (orange) branch Size: Leaves range between 2-5 inches long and 2-4 inches wide Type: Preserved Natural Oak Leaves Length: One to 3 foot long branches Single Leaves: Leaves are simple to remove from branch Color: Orange (mango)
Purchase decorative oak leaves by the pound, or save even more with a case! 1 Pound oak leaves and 25 Pound oak leave Case