Photo collage w/text that reads..."Like pools of sunshine in the garden, the Black-eyed Susan blooms from mid-summer into fall. This showy, prolific species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae is native to central United States and was designated Maryland's state flower in 1918. Ornamental as well as medicinal, its roots are beneficial as a diuretic and an astringent or warm infusion, while the juice can soothe an earache. Reaching heights of over 3-feet tall, this deer-resistant biennial attracts a variety of birds, butterflies & other insects to its sweet sticky nectar!"
Both decorative & educational, this piece makes a beautiful piece of floral wall art for your home/office decor or gift for someone special.
Note: Prints of this piece start at the fairly large size of 9.50" x 30" and go all the way to 34.50" x 108", so plan for a long stretch of wall space. Would look marvelous as a gallery-wrap canvas with black sides option!
October 26th, 2013
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