'Floral' Gift Box
A packet of 'cottage garden seeds' plus 6 Floral Greeting cards showing a range of Blue flowers in a presentation gift box. (Ireland & EU only)
The ‘Floral’ Gift Box is presented in a gorgeous gift box containing 3 designs from original watercolours by Lucy Erridge accompanied by a pack of cottage garden flower seeds harvested from Lucy's wonderful garden.
Inspire someone to grow something beautiful, no expertise needed. The seeds enclosed will be a random selection of one of these 5 packs of seeds - Red poppy, Poached egg plant, Purple poppy, Columbine or Hollyhock. They are easy to grow and will nurture the wildlife in their garden.
The cards are all designed, printed and made in Ireland. The set includes two cards of each design (6 cards in total) with matching white envelopes. The cards are blank inside for you to add your own message or frame some if you like.
The Collection includes three designs from the Giclée Print Range - ‘Bee Happy’ combining cornflowers and a busy bee sipping nectar. ‘Lavender Blue’ -this rich colour is associated with purity, grace and serenity. ‘Allium Pompoms’-the flowers turning to seed as the season progresses. Lucy paints mostly in watercolour taking inspiration from nature and wildlife, plants with gorgeous colours, animals and birds with their unique personalities, her garden is full of beautiful flowers.
The cards are printed on a stiff premium grade white card accompanied by white envelopes. The cards on the inside are blank and have an excellent matt surface to write your message on.
They show images painted by Lucy Erridge and have been printed in Ireland. They are lightweight and suitable for posting. The beautiful presentation box is also of a stiff card and completes a lovely, lovely gift.
An accompanying packet of flower seeds from our garden is a wonderful enhancement as a gift. Getting back to nature and our impact on our environment is at the forefront of many peoples thoughts. These seeds can encourage the receiver to enjoy the wonder of seeing the flowers emerge resulting in another pollination site for our bees.