Real Dried Arkansas Green Cotton Flowers and Leaves
Arkansas green cotton loves to loose it's limbs. It is rather distressing to me, to walk out into the cotton jungle only to find I must remove dislodged limbs before bolls have formed, the branches full of beautiful pink and white blossoms. On a whim, I decided to cut some of the blooms and buds from these fallen branches and dry them at a very low 95 degrees Fahrenheit. This listing is for all of the blooms I decided to dry for the season. I do not have anymore than this. I am not a reseller. I sell only what I grow and raise on my small eco family farm.
- Organically grown, hand cut & packed Arkansas Green dried cotton flowers, buds, & leaves
This is chemical free all natural organic dried cotton plant matter! No dye, no bleach, no chemicals, nothing artificial, nothing added. One hundred percent pure, natural & organic cotton made by Mother Nature, not Bayer/Monsanto!
Feel good knowing you are getting non GMO heirloom cotton grown in a chemical free environment. I intermingle all my crops creating a messy but beautiful landscape. I believe this attracts a larger variety of bugs, helping to keep any one species from overtaking. NO! sprays or treatments, even the organic approved types. I work with Mother Nature, not against her... "Conventional cotton is considered the world's 'dirtiest' crop due to its heavy use of insecticides, the most hazardous pesticide to human and animal health. Conventional cotton covers 2.5% of the world's cultivated land yet uses 16% of the world's insecticides, more than any other single major crop.
Aldicarb, parathion, and methamidopho, three of the most acutely hazardous insecticides to human health as determined by the World Health Organization, rank in the top ten most commonly used in cotton production.
All but one of the remaining seven most commonly used are classified as moderately to highly hazardous.
Aldicarb, conventional cotton's second best selling insecticide and most acutely poisonous to humans, can kill a man with just one drop absorbed through the skin, yet it is still used in 25 countries and the US, where 16 states have reported it in their groundwater." - Organic Trade Association (see resources)
Pictures are stock. No assortment of dried flowers is identical although I do my best to provide the truest pictures possible. Be sure to take advantage of the pictures provided prior to making your purchase to ensure my dried flowers are suitable for your needs.