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Leaf Library

Dress it up with a one of a kind pattern or leave it blank for a clean minimalist look. Below are the available leaf patterns for our concrete tables.  If you don't see what you want please feel free to contact us with your requests.  Please note these leaves are seasonal and not all are available year round.  Rest assured, each product receives love and care, providing you with a one of a kind piece every time.

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Available: Fall Spring Summer Winter

Artichokes produce dramatic, spiky leaves with great veining. Similar to the Cardoon, though the leaves tend to be narrower with more spacing.


Available: Fall Spring Winter

The Cardoon is very similar to the Artichoke, but the leaves tend to be wider. The flowers are not edible like on an Artichoke, but the stems are. They die after flowering in summer, so they can be difficult to obtain during June and July, until they start growing again.


Available: Fall Spring Summer Winter

Geraniums come in a large variety of sizes. They are an intriguing shape.


Available: Fall Spring Summer

Gingkos have both a unique shape and texture, resulting in a calming presence.


Available: Fall Spring Summer Winter

Heracleum leaves come in a one sided right triangle shape (pictured here), and a symmetrical shape. The combination makes for a nice balance.


Available: Fall Spring Summer

Inulas are among our more long and narrow leaves with a "standard" leaf shape.

Miscanthus Grass

Available: Fall Spring Summer Winter

Miscanthus grasses are large bushes with golden or reddish seedheads. When freshly sprouted, the grasses more naturally spread out, while the older seedheads are more clumped up.


Available: Fall Spring Summer

Nasturtiums are an edible leaf with a peppery taste. They like some moisture but are killed by frost. They are best in Spring and Fall, but we can usually find some in Winter and Summer as well.


Available: Fall Spring Summer

The only thing nicer than persimmon leaves are persimmons. Their vein structure is simple but appealing.


Available: Fall Spring Summer Winter

Potatoes have surprisingly luscious, detailed leaves. Just another reason to love taters. Leaves are best in winter.


Available: Fall Spring Summer Winter

The largest leaf we cast. Rhubarb leaves have incredible vein structures, and they even stain the concrete purple when casting, though sadly this staining does not persist. One of the few plants where the stems are edible but the leaves are poisonous.


Available: Fall Spring Summer

Our gorgeous Robinia trees hide their thorns well. The impressions these leaves make are more about the flowing shapes than detailed vein structures.


Available: Fall Spring Summer Winter

These slightly heart-shaped sage leaves look great mixed with other botanical features. This particular variety produces lovely pink flowers and has a strong, tea tree-like smell.


Available: Fall Spring Summer

Smokebush leaves create a subtle impression that belies their dramatic purple color.

Sword Fern

Available: Fall Spring Summer Winter

The hardy sword fern persists year round, but the fresh leaves in Spring are best. More mature leaves have dots of pollen that can add visual interest, but the woodier leaves mean some detail can be lost.


Available: Fall Spring Winter

One of the flattest, most symmetrical leaves in our repertoire.

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