The sagebrush in Oregon covers much of this state east of the Cascades, except high-mountain ranges. Sagebrush, which can be found from sea level to 11,000 feet, thrives on only 8 inches of precipitation a year. Native Americans used sagebrush wood for fuel and building, and its bark for making baskets and bowls.  Leaves and seeds were eaten and used medicinally. Most people think of sagebrush as a relatively short plant. However, during my wood hunting excursions I have seen them grow well over 10 feet tall with 10″ diameter trunks.

Branches are 3″ to 5″ diameter, 4′ to 5′ long.  Minimum order in this size is 5 branches at $89 each.  Call for shipping quote.

sagebrush sample

Sagebrush Sample

sagebrush wood

Sagebrush Wood