Cushions and Throws

Why Pignut

Conopodium Majus is a small perennial herb, whose underground part resembles a chestnut and is sometimes eaten as a wild or cultivated root vegetable. From its popularity with pigs come the names pignut, hognut, and more indirectly Saint Anthony’s nut, for Anthony the Great or Anthony of Padua, both patron saints of swineherds. For our casual living, country style brand we chose a name which makes it home in the woods and fields of the countryside across Europe, plus it’s one you won’t forget in a hurry!

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