Black Crowberry Study #7

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Black Crowberry Study #7

45.00

Flower of the Week: Black Crowberry

Black Crowberry (Empetrum nigrum) is a plant that is native to Saskatchewan, along with other parts of North America. It grows low to the ground and is part of the heather family. The berries are edible and can be eaten raw or made into food product such as jam. They are high in vitamin C and K and are an excellent source of fibre and antioxidants. Crowberries have been used in herbal medicine to treat fever, help with kidney heath and aid in treating colds. 

Details:
• Each painting has been hand painted in watercolour onto a natural hand-torn cold-pressed 140 lb cotton paper.
• Dimensions: 2 x 3 inches
• Signed & dated on the front, ready to be shipped.
• Shipped in a protective biodegradable cello sleeve within a stay flat cardboard mailer.
• Unframed, with instructions included for easy framing.
• $5 flat rate shipping for Canadian Orders, $10 flat rate shipping for US orders. If you are an international customer and would like to purchase, please contact me about shipping rates and I will invoice you separately. Thank you!

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