Hollyhocks with Seeds
Fine Art Illustration of Hollyhock flowers with Seeds. (EU/Ireland Only)
Tall Hollyhocks grow in my cottage garden, they provide spikes of flowers which the bees love. This Giclée Print is from my original watercolour painting, observing nature and the fragile beauty of these plants. It will bring a reminder of the colour and the delicate flowers of summer into your home or office when the flowers have finished blooming.
When you buy this Giclée print I include a pack of the seeds for this flower for you to grow in your own garden or pots, great food for the insects and great colour for you. Cultivate nature in your garden. Seeds Info
Available in three sizes for you to choose a size that will suit your home or office space, and available as a print for you to frame to your taste, which also suits posting as it comes rolled up in a tube. Or chose it mounted for you to frame, or framed with a white wood frame ready to hang on the wall.
Limited Edition of 50 Prints, signed and numbered.
NOTE - All frames use high optical grade shatter-proof 2mm thick acrylic.
This image shows how your prints might look in a typical room setting assuming a 5cm wide mount and 5cm wide frame. The mounted prints will be loosely compatible with 12 x 16, 16 x20 and 20 x 28 inch frames for A4, A3 and A2 respectively.
Free Delivery within Ireland. (all 32 counties)
18€ flat rate delivery to UK,EU & USA
Prints and Mounted items will be processed and shipped within 5 business days.
Framed items will be processed and shipped within 8 business days.
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Giclée prints are a specialist form of printing on a specialist paper.
They use pigment based inks as opposed to the dye based inks used in ink jet printers. The pigment is mixed in water and the liquid is thicker than ink
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