LEUCADENDRON

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One of the most outstanding Leucadendrons, the flower in this image is Leucadendron discolor, a member of the protea family from South Africa, where it grows in the rocky, sandy soils of the Piketberg range. In the spring and summer, these non-descript bushes bear exotic bright red pollen “cones” surrounded by white to pale-yellow, petal-like bracts. The flower in this image grows in the artist’s garden in Southern California, where it provides a beautiful display of color every year. But unfortunately, Leucadendron discolor is threatened in its natural, with a total population of only 1,000 and 5,000 mature individuals left in the wild. Fortunately this plant’s beauty makes it a highly desired species, ensuring its continued propagation.

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Limited Edition Fine Art on Archival Canvas
Collector’s Edition limited to 12 | Silver Edition limited to 100
  • Museum quality reproduction: archival pigments and hand stretched archival canvas
  • Canvas is UV coated which make this artwork perfect for lobbies or sunny areas
  • Limited Edition Fine Art on Archival Canvas
  • Custom framed in a museum-style floating frame made from sustainable woods
  • Sizes shown include framing
  • Editions are strictly limited. Please read more here.
  • Includes a serial plate and certificate of authenticity
  • Arrives ready to hang
  • All prices include insured FedEx shipping within the United States; nominal fee for international shipping
  • Please allow up to 3 weeks for U.S. shipping; longer for overseas packages
  • Reproduced in the USA
Limited Edition Fine Art on Polished Aluminum
Platinum Edition limited to 12 impressions | Luminous Edition limited to 250 impressions | Desksize Edition limited to 500 impressions
  • Eco-friendly: Produced using an eco-friendly process with sustainable materials
  • Ultra-hard scratch-resistant surface is waterproof/weatherproof and can be cleaned easily with any commercial glass cleaner
  • Editions are strictly limited. Please read more here.
  • Platinum and Luminous Editions arrive ready to hang
  • Desksize Edition arrives ready to display on the included easel
  • Desksize Edition arrives gift wrapped in a boutique box
  • Desksize Edition includes an optional personalized gift card
  • Can be drop shipped to the recipient of your choice
  • Free shipping within the United States; nominal fee for international shipping
  • Please allow up to 2 weeks for U.S. shipping; longer for overseas packages
  • Reproduced in the USA
Limited Edition Fine Art on Archival Paper
Signature Edition limited to 250 impressions
  • Museum quality reproduction: archival pigments on acid free museum quality archival paper
  • Smooth tone, brilliant color and detail and deep rich blacks. Our process yields unparalleled color gamut and image stability
  • Editions are strictly limited. Please read more here.
  • Signed on the image and includes a certificate of authenticity
  • Shipped in a flat container ready to be framed in your frame
  • All prices include insured FedEx shipping within the United States; nominal fee for international shipping
  • Please allow up to 3 weeks for U.S. shipping; longer for overseas packages
  • Reproduced in the USA

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