The boxes have a liner, which is a topographical map from 1928
and is a map of an area called London Mtn,
which is now known as Whistler Mtn.
The jars are ceramic and do not have a glaze,
therefore they are porous -
and can be repurposed with plants, or pencils,
or one can break the jar down into small pieces
and it can be placed in your garden or plants
as it helps aerate the soil.
Our Oils Come From Grasse, France
And Are Made Purely From Plant Distillation,
There Are No Manufactured, Fake Or Synthetic Scents Involved.
“FORESTS ARE LIBRARIES,
SHARE THEIR STORIES”.
“The Art of Being in Nature
is the Art of Living”
“I want Hollow Tree to be something about life,
about your surroundings,
I want to evoke feelings of happiness,
adventure, and joy through scent.
A venue to share stories of nature,
and the beauty of the Pacific Northwest-
To tell stories that move the reader in such a way
that you are transported
when you light a Hollow Tree candle”.
- T. Douglas
Library of Trees -
Lush, Rich And Built Around The Art Of Creation, This Series Focuses On The Trees That Make Up The Greatest Forests Of The Pacific Northwest.
Inspired By The Pioneers Of Yesteryear And The Tools They Used To Map Out The Many Ranges, Terrains And Landscapes Of British Columbia, 1871 Focuses On The Historical Aspect That Evoke Deep Memory.
Ruggedly Built And Ready To Go, Backpacker’s Essence Is Wrapped In The Adventurous Spirit. With Warm Scents Paired With Fresh Experience, It’s Sure To Nestle You In… Bringing About The Outdoors While You’re Inside Preparing For What’s To Come.