Native Plants of Taiwan

Take a trip to the beautiful tropics of Taiwan

Slow-crafted, completely handmade jewelry made with an ethnobotany and scientific lens

Luzon viburnum, Viburnum luzonicum (呂宋莢蒾) is one of the major foods for the Formosan Black Bear, a vulnerable species in Taiwan. Dew form in the mountains where this is grown, and is depicted in the design.

Price: From $40

A Queen of a kingdom

The discovery of phalaenopsis aphrodite in Lanyu (“Orchid Island”) of Taiwan marks the beginning of The Orchid Kingdom. The orchid is used to develop many cultivars and is a symbol of motherhood and leadership.

Price: From $30

Bulbous fern with two forms…

lemmaphyllum microphyllum (伏石蕨), or simply lemmaphyllym, is a fern that has is very adaptable in different environments and changes forms depending on its needs.

Price: Bespoken order, sold out

Summer by the pond

In the summertime, a cooling activity is strolling or playing in the pond. Enjoy a view of the three-petaled Ottelia alismoides (水車前) with leaves that are crunchy and loved by country children as snacks.

Price: From $30

Cherry blossoms of the south

The winters of Taiwan bring beautiful Taiwan cherry that symbolizes a thriving woman. Yangmingshan in the wintertime offers a view of Prunus campanulata (山櫻花).

Price: From $45

Sciencely Handmade crafts all jewelry from designing, wiring, resin-applying, painting, and shipping. Each piece takes 1-2 weeks to make and an additional 1-4 weeks to ship due to the pandemic.

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“I’m surprised by how pretty and delicate it looks in person!”

Allyson, USA