Real-wooden Port Orford Cedar trunks are the backbone for how we make our evergreen trees.
We actually use two types of wood, as follows:
Cedar-material (Port Orford or White Cedar, to be exact):
Detail at left shows 11" trunks.
More durable, costs less.
Only in one diameter, 3/16 inch, and slightly narrower on trunks 6 though 8 inches.
The harder, narrower material makes it better suited for smaller trees which one might consider to have a "second growth" appearance.
All of our Second Growth trunks are fashioned from bamboo.
Each packages includes trunks, dead branch material, mounting pins, construction stand, and instructions.
~ OLD GROWTH TRUNKS ~
Trunks with "Old Growth" appearance, thicker base, made from Port Orford Cedar. Choose 7, 9, 11, or 13" height.
~ TWENTY TRUNKS ~
Trunks with "Second Growth" appearance, thinner base, made from bamboo material. Choose 6" or 8" height.
Variety Pak Trunks include a sampling of one dozen trunks in the 6 to 11 inch range. Quantity of each size varies from package to package. Trunks feature prototypical color and bark detail. Each has a hole in the base for accepting the planting pin. Comes with a packet of our detailed Dead Branches wooden planting pins, and a construction cube for holding the trunk upright (user mustglue to cardboard scrap).