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Fern Herbarium Journal : Forest Green

  • $35.00

Inspired by Italian botanical garden herbariums, we designed our linen-covered Herbarium Journal to preserve personal collections of pressed specimens as a memory keepsake. Each Herbarium is made with 100% PCW-recycled, acid-free card stock to best preserve botanical specimens for observing, studying, and remembering what makes them special. These forest green journals have a fern foil stamped cover with patterned inside cover details and printed pages to label, journal, or sketch. 

- 6.5” x 8.5” / 60 sheets / 120 pages
- linen front + back cover with gold foil details
- 100% PCW-recycled, acid-free cardstock pages
- pages printed to label mounted specimens
- matching elastic band closure to keep specimens safe
- Designed by June & December
- Imported
- SKU : HBWP501

- Made with 100% PCW-Recycled Acid-Free Paper
- Designed to be a botanical keepsake for generations
- Repurpose before Recycling: journal, artist sketchbook, field guide
- Read more about our Green Initiative on our Sustainability Page

SHIPPING
- Orders are processed and shipped from our Michigan design studio within 2-3 business days.
- Carrier times may vary: First Class Mail 3-8 days estimated, Priority/Ground 2-5 days estimated.
- If your order is a gift being sent to the recipient, please feel free to add a gift message at checkout.

RETURNS
- Unused and unopened products may be returned within 45 days of receipt for a refund.
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INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING
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Please respect the environment and its offerings and leave no trace behind. Never trespass; know where you can and can’t take from nature. Know before you go and follow all local, state, and federal laws. Minimize what you collect so as not to disturb a microhabitat.