Pinus nigra, Pinus strobus, Pinus cembra (Swiss...
pine trees-Use: The needles can be eaten year-round. The young shoots can be eaten as candy when stripped of the needles, peeled, boiled until tender, and then simmered for 20-30 minutes in a sugary syrup....pine cones-Use: Pine nuts can be eaten raw or baked into a casserole.
Anne Moore - Printmaker
-Anne Moore I love this print, it something I think I'd like to have up on my bedroom wall. It's the kind of artwork I expect to see in a coffee shop, the colours are warm and inviting. The text makes it look old and and delicate. The patches of grey among the browns and creams make it look worn, vintage. I just love how it all comes together.
Illustration Friday: MULTIPLE
Multiple seed-bearing pods. Watercolor on paper made fresh for today Illustration Friday. We're going on a little trip to beautiful San Miguel de Allende for a wedding this weekend. I'll be back on Monday with some photos to share :) Have a lovely weekend friends, thanks for stopping by.
The Library and Archives collection | Natural History Museum
Port Jackson Painter ~ Watercolour, c1788 - 1797 ~ There are around 70 Australian species in the genus Banksia – named after Joseph Banks, the eminent naturalist. Banks had sailed to Australia with James Cook on the HMS Endeavour voyage (1770), and brought many plants back to Britain. Notes on the drawing record that it was made in January, and shows the flower at life size.