Poison Garden: Lily of the Valley 5"x7" Print


Sometimes the most beautiful things in the nature are the most deadly. In England, there is a manor that holds a gardens called the Poison Called which contains thousands of varieties of plants that would kill a human in an instant. Some are very recognizable and others are more obscure.

One of the more recognizable is Lily of the Valley. Prized for it's beauty and sweet scent, this beautiful flower produces appealing red berries but all parts of the plant are highly toxic. Even small amounts can bring about a very painful death including abdominal pain, vomiting, reduced heart rate, drowsiness and blurred vision. Despite this, it is used in herbalism and witch craft in a highly restricted manner, as it does have healing properties in limited doses. It should only be used by experienced practitioners.

This print is made from a pen and ink drawing of mine and is the second entry in my ongoing series entitled "Poison Garden," based on this notorious English garden. It is available in 5"x7". It looks stunning in a black frame.

- printed with dye based inks
- paper is medium grained and acid free
- paper is 300 gsm and produced without optical brighteners added

Available in 5"x7"

*Prints comes unframed*

Prints ship flat with a cardboard backing in an archival quality plastic cover.

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