The small harvest gift basket is perfect - the gift that keeps on giving!
Your choice of color for the hand-dyed organic mesh tote, please add color in the note section at checkout, or opt for Farmer Claude's choice.
11" Moroccan tray basket - Made in Morocco from natural palm leaves with 2" twisted palm leaf rope handles. Handmade and ethically crafted using traditional Moroccan basketweaving techniques by Socco, a family business with a workshop in Rabat, Morocco, that employs 20 local artisans. Gather your seasonal veggies with this beautifully crafted Moroccan tray basket.
Hand-dyed organic mesh tote - Sturdy organic cotton mesh totes were locally hand-dyed using various plant materials: indigo, rosemary, sunflower, and avocado! Your choice of color: indigo denim blue, rosemary light green, sunflower yellow, or avocado pink.
Mezcal cup beeswax candle - This lovely beeswax candle comes in a handmade Oaxacan ceramic vessel which can be reused as a Mezcal cup once the beeswax has been burned up! The candle is made from 100% sustainably harvested beeswax from Happy Organics' family bee farm in Merced, CA where the bees dine on lush gardens of lavender, rosemary, wildflowers, borage, sunflowers, and citrus trees. Beeswax candles have a subtly sweet scent and are especially good for those with asthma or allergies, as they release negative ions that clear toxins, dust, and dander from the air. Burn time is approximately 12 hours.
Organic CBD Sana Salve - Perfect for achey hands after a long day of gardening! Sana salve is a muscle balm that is great for sore muscles, like getting rid of knots in your shoulders, and helps in relieving headaches, rheumatism, joint pain, muscle strains, and pain from arthritis. It is also a chest rub that can be used to reduce congestion and stuffy noses during a cold. Also works for dulling insect-bite itches. Contains 300MG CBD and comes in a 2 fl oz jar.
Originally a combined $98 value.
When you purchase this harvest gift basket, 10% of proceeds will go towards an organization fighting for food justice in the Los Angeles area. If you are interested in learning more about these organizations, check out the blog section.