Dennis Lanigan wrote:I have questions about natural dye plants and mordants. Is there a way to get around using alum, iron, etc.? For sources of seed, did you get a bunch from JL Hudson? What's the best source? I know it's late but I'm going to try and sneak some stuff in.
Holly Turner wrote:Good info. You've re-inspired me to set up a dye plant garden. As I learn more about permaculture, I am keen on knowing what works well with other plantings. Thanks!
Dale Hodgins wrote:While clearing trails of Oregon Grape, I discovered that it is a pretty good dye. Some little chunks got into my clothing and they left yellow marks. I know there is no shortage of yellow dyes. Yellow is the most common color derived from plants.
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