Cordyline and reedmace

One of the participants at last week’s workshop in Ceres sent me this photo of her finished basket. I love her use of the stiff strip of Cordyline round the rim and the angled cut end. And you can just about smell the lavender. Thanks Karen.

I’ll write more about Cordyline in a future post, it’s wonderful stuff. 

Cordyline australis, a New Zealand tree growing in Fife (and Wester Ross, the Clyde coast, Devon, Cornwall…)

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