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Hi, Where could I buy arbutus tree seeds in Victoria, BC? Thanks for your help. Tom ---- No idea.
I bought some of your amazing spoons on Hornby Island a few years ago, Ok, well maybe it's been more than a few! I am coming back to the area next week
Hello, Your pendants are beautiful! I will be visiting Cortes Island next month and wondering if they are for sale anywhere there? Thank you, Jennifer
Can you send images? We are surrounded by arbutus Want to encourage young plants Are afraid we are weeding seedlings! Thanks Icel
Hi Ron, Wow, you make some beautiful things! i was searching arbutus wood as i got some 3-4 diameter branches from a local area after this winters storms
I am in need of Arbutus branches of about 5 to 7 feet in length. Hopefully, the diameter will be around 1 1/2 to 2 inches at the thicker end. In Victoria,
I recently lost my keychains which included my beautiful arbutus wood keychain. I purchased it at Crafthouse on Granville Island over 10 years ago and
Hi there, Could you send me your email address? I'm curious if you do wholesale pricing for retail Galleries. Thanks! Emilie ----------- Can't send
I have had my tree for several years. We live in NW Washington State. About 20 miles from salt water. It has done well and grown to about 12 feet. It
About 20 years ago, a friend of mine took me on a holiday weekend getaway to Galiano Island. We stayed at The Cliffhouse Cottage. It was beautiful there!
Over the last 3 years I've made several custom slingshots from deadwood madrona forks I've found around Seattle parks.
Hi there, My name is Elisa, and I have a retail storefront in Squamish. We are going to be moving our shop to West Broadway, and I am looking for new
I have a bamboo drinking glass that leaks at the seams. What is a safe way to seal this? I've googled but haven't had much luck. Thanks you so much
We have several milled slabs of Arbutus/Madrone wood for sale. The slabs are about 3-4 thick and range from 6-10' long and 10-20 wide. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Good morning, I am interested in putting a really nice piece of Arbutus on my fireplace mantle as a decorative piece. I would like a nice size, wavy,