This 2014 11 x 17" giclee print wall Calendar records a love poem written by a boy to a girl in the "language of flowers", the Victorian-era means of communication in which various flowers and floral arrangements were used to send coded messages, allowing individuals to express feelings which otherwise could not be spoken. Starting with the left side of the wreath to the right side, each flower reveals one more part of the missing puzzle. Included in the poem are amaranth globes, black eyed susans, daisies, poppies, dandelions, tulips, morning glories, roses, magnolias, laurel leaves, laurestine, forget-me-nots, honeysuckle. An explanation of the calendar is included.
Ready to be framed or pinned to a wall.
Designed in Copenhagen, Denmark | Made in USA | 11x17" | giclee print | white cotton paper