Poppy Anemone (White) | Flower Art Prints
Poppy Anemone (White) | Flower Art Prints
Poppy Anemone (White) | Flower Art Prints
Poppy Anemone (White) | Flower Art Prints

Poppy Anemone (White) | Flower Art Prints

Expectation & Excitement | Forgotten Love | Transformation

Anemone Coronaria originates from the historic landscapes of the Holy Land, flourishing in wild meadows, rocky slopes, and Mediterranean scrublands. Esteemed for centuries, it occupies a significant role in the region's cultural and religious heritage, symbolizing resilience, renewal, and spiritual awakening. Frequently mentioned in biblical stories and ancient texts, the Anemone Coronaria represents beauty and grace, as well as embodying themes of hope and transformation.

Anemone’s are also known as windflowers. In Greek, “anemone” means “daughter of the wind,” hence the name “windflower.” In Greek mythology, the anemone flower was believed to have sprung from the tears of Aphrodite as she mourned the death of her lover, Adonis.

In Irish and English folk tales, people believed that fairies would sleep within the petals when they close up at night.

$5 from every sale of this print will be donated to World Central Kitchen.

  • Art is created by stamping the leaves and petals of the flower
  • Two sizes available - 8x10 and 11x14
  • Gicleé printed on 100% archival cotton rag paper
  • All prints are sold unframed
  • Prints are packaged inside clear biodegradable sleeves
  • Made using locally grown flowers
  • Made & Designed In Canada
  • Each print comes with an info card stating the symbolism of the flower/tree

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