Western Red Cedar
“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.
Library of Trees is inspired by the majestic Forests of the Pacific West Coast. Each scent note evokes the verdant bounty of Alpine Fir, Western Red Cedar and Pine Needles. swirling in layers of palo santo with hints of amber and gilded shades of autumn leaves nestled in labdanum
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