The Copper Beech’s distinctive leaves are deep purple in the spring, turning to a coppery hue in the autumn. As the season turns from autumn to winter, the woody beech nut cups release their nutty treasure. The decorative and sturdy tree has been planted in landscaped gardens and parks for centuries and our Copper Beech tree stands tall at the end of the Manor garden.
Hand painted by our Founder and Creative Director, Caryn Hibbert, all of our original prints depict the flora and fauna that inhabit Thyme’s garden, farm and wild spaces. The prints are then repeated by her husband, Jerry, before being scaled by our expert team in Lithuania onto beautiful, washed European linen.
The aprons are adjustable at the neck and have a large pocket on the front. They are elegantly long but can be folded up when tied.
40 degree wash, no steam, do not bleach