Left desolate, lying on the crumpled hills, bleached by the sun we find ghostwood. Dead parts of trees, limbs + roots often age into sculptural forms that fit well into the edges of dry creeks or adding interest to gravel-filled countertops + pecos lounge arrangements.


Ghostwood is used in landscape design to punctuate intersections in the garden space, particularly along dry creeks or at the edge of planted buffers. Smaller samples of ghostwood are effective in dry gardens + planters. Great for complimenting lively green vegetated areas that show off the beauty of life and remind us of what once was.