Definitions for "Vegetable Dyes"
Keywords:  chrome, indigo, bark, dyes, fade
Dyes made of natural plant materials, like bark. These dyes contain no synthetic chemicals and tend to fade more rapidly than some synthetic alternatives, like chrome dyes.
Dyes made from plants and bark. They produce unusual shades of blue, green and other colors. They contain no synthetic chemicals and, due to their natural ingredients, tend to fade faster than chrome dyes.
Vegetable dyes are "Natural dyes" that are primarily produced by using various plants (or other natural minerals like iron) to make some basic colors and then mixing those colors in various proportions to create the rest of the colors. For example; color Blue is made from the Indigo plant, Brown is made from Oak bark, etc.