Pansy, a member of the Flowers A-Z Series, framed in a detailed ornate frame. 8.25" x 6.75" Click to see full image with frame

Pansy, a member of the Flowers A-Z Series, framed in a detailed ornate frame. 8.25" x 6.75" Click to see full image with frame

45.00

Imagine this little gem highlighting a romantic corner of your bedroom or bathroom. You can almost smell the unique fragrance. Pansies are one of the earliest flowering plants, blooming right alongside the spring bulbs. The name pansy is from the French word pensie, meaning thought or remembrance. Pansy flowers are single with five petals that are rounded in shape. The hardy but delicate viola was cultivated by the Greeks for herbal medicinal use and much later inspired William Shakespeare to write of romance. Both the leaves and flowers of pansies and violas are edible and high in vitamins A and C. The flowers impart a strong flavor and have been used to make syrup, flavored honey and salads. Both the leaves and flowers can be used as a garnish, such as on cold fruit or cream soups. The flowers are also useful as a dye.~ www.theflowerexpert.com

 

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