Delphinuim! The July birth flower. This humble flower grows wild in both Europe and the United States, so it was a common dye plant for both Native Americans and European settlers who moved in with them. It was also gathered to communicate cheer and good will towards others. It’s also considered a protective plant in traditional lore because peasants used to pick the flowers and carry them to protect against scorpion stings. Some people exchange these flowers to encourage each other to reach their goals, while others plant them in remembrance of lost loved ones due to the deep blue color.
All of my fine art prints are of the highest quality – Printed on Premium Luster or 100% Cotton Paper with archival pigment ink and conservation framing. I personally print & sign each piece.
• Print size – 10.5” x 13.5”
• Frame size – 19.75″ x 23.75″
• Framed in two-tone wood
• Printed on Premium Luster paper with archival pigment ink
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