Western Australian Sandalwood is a desert tree and endures many hot long summers in Tjiwarl country. This is when we get these unique beautiful shapes and twist, the tree being hardened from the sun over many seasons.
Sandalwood relies on the nutrients of surrounding plants to survive, being a parasitic tree. The roots travel far under the red desert to reach new hosts to stay alive. Once all the hosts have been depleted the tree will naturally die and is collected as 'dead sandalwood harvest'.
Carefully packaged securely and sent with a customised note about the log and Tjiwarl country.