Foxglove Path – Original
Existing as a rosette of leaves in the first year and then producing the flowering shoot in the second. Leaves soft to the touch with small hairs on their surfaces. Bumblebees ‘disappear’ into their tubular flowers in search of nectar. Wide ‘mouthed’ flowers hanging down providing a ‘landing platform’ for visiting insects. The ‘hairy entrance’ of the tube usually has a number of darker, distinctive spots. These spots and colour variations are nectar guides’, they help attract pollinators and guide them towards the nectar. So lets say hello and have some care for the busy bees at work as our feet are guided to the sea – knowing that with this painting a packet of meadow flowers will be planted to support this beautiful world we call home.
Original Acrylic and acrylic ink painting on slimline canvas
Image size: W25 x H30cm
Approx. Framed size: W31 x H36cm
Professionally framed in a white tray frame and ready to hang.
Your painting will arrive with a certificate of authenticity and wrapped with much love and care.
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