“Cedars are sensitive to change of time and light – sometimes their boughs flop heavy, and sometimes float, then are fairy as ferns, and then they droop, heavy as heartaches.” – Emily Carr
A Stanley Park landmark; The Hollow Tree, a Western Red Cedar, Thuja plicata, has watched over the Park for over 800 years.
British Columbia’s provincial tree, its charming display and exotic hints of clove and gaiac wood are embraced by rich vanilla – comforting and nurturing through renewal and resilience.
MADE IN CANADA
FORESTS ARE LIBRARIES, SHARE THEIR STORIES
Library of Trees celebrates the majestic Forests of the Pacific Northwest. The liner in the Library of Trees is composed of the branches of a Western Red Cedar -the provincial tree in British Columbia. The Pacific Northwest is iconic with its host of Trees, its diversity of hardwoods and softwoods – and its truly has some of the most beautiful ecosystems. Library of Trees is about sharing the stories of legendary trees with you.
Walk On Forest Floors, Dance Barefoot In The Rain
- Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 10.2 cm
Candle Size: 9.17 oz
Burn Time: Up to 60 hours
Wax: Premium Coconut Wax
Wick: 100% Cotton
Weight: 260 g
- Always keep a burning candle within sight. Do not place a candle in draft places or directly on glass, wooden or marble surfaces. Never leave your candle unattended and never move your candle while its already ignited. Always burn your candle on a flat surface and keep off forest floors. Extinguish all candles upon leaving the hollows of a tree or a room. Keep burning candles away from anything that could be at risk and flammable. Do not burn a candle for more than 4 hours, wicks should be trimmed 1/4 inch each time before burning.