This is an 8”x10” sized digitally enhanced vintage botanical print of an Uchida Lily flower (Latin name lilium speciosum rubrum).
It is printed on a textured linen 80# cardstock which is similar to wedding invitation paper. I tried to capture the colors in natural light with no filters but please note the colors may vary slightly depending on your lighting!
**NO frames** will be included with purchase.
The uchida lily (Lilium speciosum rubrum)was propagated by farmer Hirotaka Uchida to help save the last wild survivors of the spectacular Japanese lily. It is very fragrant- being described to having a “sweet and spicy” smell. In the language of flowers, the Lily has long held the symbolic meaning of fertility, purity, and remembrance. While their flowers are lovely to see and smell, lilies pose a significant safety threat for people with cats. The entire lily plant is toxic to cats: the stem, leaves, flowers, pollen, and even the water in a vase. Eating just a small amount of a leaf or flower petal or drinking the water from the vase can cause a cat to develop fatal kidney failure in just a few days. Dogs that eat lilies may have minor stomach upset but they don’t develop kidney failure.
Shipping is a flat $5 unless you spend $30-which then it is free.
The prints are placed in a clear cellophane bag in between two chipboard sheets and are shipped in a rigid, flat mailing envelope. They are shipped the same day or the next day and generally take about 3-7 days to arrive. A tracking number will be sent to your email.