Updated: Aug 19
At Wood and Wax Company are eco-conscious and love to multitask.
Our Wood Wick candle collection includes a beautiful artisan matte finished glass vessel, wax is a coconut soy blend, and wicks are 100% recycled wood.
What comes with a Wood Wick candle + Eco-Package?
Wood Wick candles are special enough on their own, but adding our affordable Eco-Package ups their game entirely. A 40 mm coconut coir soil disc expands to about 3.4 cups of high quality soil (Two times the volume of a 13 oz. wood wick vessel). Add about 1/3 cup of water to disc after placing in clean, empty vessel. Let soil expand fully and mix gently. Plant 2-3 seeds approximately 1, 2 and 3 inches below the surface. Gently firm the surface and water wisely. Give your plant appropriate levels of sunlight, preferably by the kitchen window.
Freeze your used candle vessel for bout 24 hours. Pop remaining wax out with a butter knife + wipe interior down with rubbing alcohol.
Boil water. Fill vessel leaving 1" at the top. Wax will release and float to the top. Let cool before removing + dispose in trash, not sink.
Step by Step:
Select an artisan Wood Wick candle from our online shop
Order at www.woodanwaxcompany.com, (starting at 14.99)
Track your shipment and create Wood and Wax Loyalty Member profile while you wait!
Enjoy your all natural coconut-soy wax candle for 60-84 hours of soothing crackling burn time
Clean out vessel following directions above
Add coconut coir soil disc and add approximately 1/3 cup of water slowly, let soil disc expand fully
Plant personally selected seeds + love on your new plant!
What Exactly is Coconut Coir?:
Coir, or coconut fibre, is a natural fiber extracted from the outer husk of coconut. Coir is the fibrous material found between the hard, internal shell and the outer coat of a coconut and adds to water retention of the soil, as well as creating an internal system that allows the soil to drain excess water easier than regular potting soil.
Complimentary Seed Options + Uses
Basil : Top a pizza. Slice + add to pasta. Puree into soup. Blend with sauces. Garnish avocado toast.
Chives : Top fresh breakfast eggs. Add to pasta. Mix with butter into potatoes.
Cilantro : Rev up your rice. Top a fresh summer corn pasta. Add on top of a bagel with sour cream.
Oregano : Add to holiday stuffing. Best with italian dishes. Top breadsticks with butter + herb.
Parsley : The universal green dressing! Top grilled vegetables, pasta, salad, meat + more.
Comment below any other uses that are your personal favorite, or future seed additions you'd like!
[Houseplants coming soon]
Tip: Add left over herbs to EVOO in a small container + freeze. Pop out when ready for next use.