Poison Hemlock Botanical Print
Long before modern medicine plants were used both to heal and harm the human body. This vintage inspired piece takes you back to the Victorian Era: botanical curios were all the rage and scandalous deaths by poisons were gossiped about in polite society. Now a common weed through much of the US, poison hemlock tea was the drink that Socrates used to end his life.
This is a digitized scan of a pressed plant specimen your sure to love. Printed on satin photo paper, the subtle characteristics of the plant shine through, making these prints look like a real pressed plant on the page.
Prints are packaged on a white rigid backing board and sealed in a compostable cello bag. They do not come with clipboard.
11" l x 14" w x 0.1" h