Santolina rosmarinifolia. Limited Edition Print
This is one of a series of artworks based on plants and herbs Illustrated for The Eden Project, Cornwall. They were eventually made into authentic mediterranean style ceramic tiles and feature along one of the long walls in the Mediterranean Biome.
Printed on high quality bamboo paper, and an edition of 250, each one is signed and numbered, giving it a uniqueness.
These prints will compliment the home, although a popular choice is often a new artwork for the Kitchen or Dining areas.
Santolina rosmarinifolia is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae, native to south western Europe. It is a dense, compact evergreen shrub growing to 60 cm (24 in) tall and wide, with narrow, aromatic green leaves and tight yellow composite flowerheads carried on slender stalks above the foliage, flowering in summer.
The specific epithet rosmarinifolia describes the leaves passing resemblance to those of rosemary , a distantly related group of plants.