Go ahead and daydream about surrounding yourself with wild poppies! This print will go well in just about any room of your house or office.
Growing poppy flowers have been used for medicinal and culinary purposes over the centuries - the seeds of the poppy are currently used in flavoring for breads and cakes and for the production of poppy seed oil - and brighten gardens and wildlands alike.
Poppies are said to spring up on ravaged battlefields, as long ago as the 12th century. White poppies appeared on battlefields left by Mogul warrior Genghis Khan. They were also sighted in war zones following some battles of World War I. Poppies have come to symbolize death and rebirth. The red poppy symbolizes fallen warriors and commemorates Veteran’s Day in the United States.
Size: 8.5" x 11"
- Will fill to page (white borders are only website layout)
- Printed on sustainable paper
- Supporting a small, local printer
- Frame not included
Size: "17 x 23"
- Is a Giclee Print
- This is made to order and ships in 5-10 days and are non-refundable.
Generating awareness around threatened species and wildlands through affordable and functional art.
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