Sally’s Green Trees Towel celebrates our record-breaking trees! When it comes to really big trees, Washington is home to some champions.
Olympic National Park is home to the country’s largest Subalpine fir (~130 ft. tall), Alaska yellow-cedar ( ~126 ft. tall) and Pacific silver fir (~218 ft. tall).
Wenatchee National Forest is home to a ~103 ft. tall Subalpine Larch.
Lake Quinault is home to a ~298 ft. tall Douglas-fir.
Share this celebration of trees and the environmental frontline they provide. Kitchen towels are silkscreened by hand with eco-friendly inks on 100% unbleached, renewable USA cotton.