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Pincushion Flower Notecard

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When Thomas Jefferson requested roots and bulbs of the “Mourning bride” from his neighbor, Isaac Coles, in 1811, he may have been referring to the Pincushion Flower.  Our Pincushion Flower notecard was created from an original oil painting by Tim O’Kane, a local Virginia artist.  Blank inside, information about the plant is included on the back of the card.


4 ½”w  x  5 ¾”h.  Envelope included.  Made in the U.S.A.

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