Manzanita braches Brown Or sandblasted

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This is for 1 stem that will average 18 to 20+ inches long and 6 to 10" wide. You can easily cut away smaller branches from each larger branch to have more if you like. Smaller sections as seen can also be ordered. I can also dye the bleached branches assorted colors for more $$
I also show the same branches on a piece I did. I have indicated the manzanita with an M.
I also show 2 sections of ghost wood that I have on mine. 

Branch cost will be $16 for the brown and $22 for the bleached per branch. If you order 3 or more it will be 15% less per branch so $81.60 almost like buying 2 getting 1 free plus shipping. 

Manzanita is a common name for many species of the genus Arctostaphylos. They are evergreen shrubs or small trees present in the chaparral biome of western North America, where they occur from Southern British Columbia and Washington to Oregon, California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas in the United States, and throughout Mexico. Manzanitas can live in places with poor soil and little water. They are characterized by smooth orange or red bark and stiff, twisting branches. There are 105 species and subspecies of manzanita, 95 of which are found in the Mediterranean climate and colder mountainous regions of California, ranging from ground-hugging coastal and mountain species to small trees up to 20 feet tall. Manzanitas bloom in the winter to early spring and carry berries in spring and summer. The berries and flowers of most species are edible.

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