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An orange or yellow dye is obtained from the roots harvested in spring.A light yellow dye is obtained from the pulp of the stems.This group consists of erect, arching or trailing, deciduous and evergreen shrubs found wild in Europe, North America, and Asia.These berries are actually aggregate fruits, which means they are composed of individual drupelets, held together by almost invisible hairs.Native plants and their resultant dyes have been used to enhance people's lives through decoration of animal skins, fabrics, crafts, hair, and even their bodies.Natural dye materials that produce durable, strong colors and do not require the addition of other substances to obtain the desired outcome are called substantive or direct dyes.The part of the plant needed to produce the desired dye color is not included.
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Plants have been used for natural dyeing since before recorded history.
The staining properties of plants were noted by humans and have been used to obtain and retain these colors from plants throughout history.
(Note: Most plants can produce more than one color.
Additional colors produced by a specific plant are included in parentheses.
Some berry canes may be armed with formidable spines and make great security hedges, while others may be nearly spineless.