HELLEBORE with wild poppy A3

A3 size print of pressed
flower Jane Anashka



Helliborus foetidus, known as stinking hellebore, although it is not particularly malodorous, is native to the mountainous regions of Central and Southern Europe, Greece and Asia Minor. It can be found growing wild in many parts of England often in woodland. All parts of the plant are poisonous and known to cause delirium.
The wild poppy is a Papaver dubium

Printed in our studio, on A3 Canson Infinity, Ultra Smooth Rag Photographique, acid free museum grade archival paper made without optical brighteners, to enhance the longevity of the print.
Signed, with latin name, or design name on the front and artist's authentication stamp on the back.

Sent unframed, in a clear protective print bag, carefully rolled and placed in a wide mailing tube, by Royal Mail Tracked 24, or Royal Mail International Tracked and Signed.

We suggest framing behind low-reflection glass away from direct sunlight