Ancient Bristlecone Pine Tree Greeting Card

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0.2 LBS
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Size: 4.25" x 5.5"

The Ancient Bristlecone pine Forest is home to the oldest trees in the world, bristlecone pines. Some of these living trees exceed 4,000 years of age and exhibit spectacular growth forms of twisted and beautifully colored wood. In the summer of 1957 Edmund Shulman and his assistant , "Spade" Cooley, discovered Pine alpha and 16 other bristlecones that dated back at least 4,000 years. Nine of these grow in an area they dubbed Methuselah Walk, and include the world's oldest known living tree, the 5,000 year old bristlecone they called Methuselah.

Each greeting card is a selected art piece created by Anastasia Keriotis. Cards are blank on the inside and come with an envelope, they are printed on recycled paper with soy based vegetable inks. The greeting cards come in a clear resealable bag which is made from soda pop bottles and can be recycled.

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