State Yucca Wood Ornament
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The Soaptree Yucca was adopted as the New Mexico state flower in 1927. Early settlers made soap from the roots and stems and used fibers from the leaves to make rope and twine. Known for thriving in harsh environments, the yucca is a symbol of sturdiness and beauty. Celebrate the rugged beauty of our state with this ornament featuring the yucca's iconic blooms.
• 2.75” x 3.25”
• Laser cut and etched birch with desert green stain
• Natural jute twine cord
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