Nuytsia floribunda, Moojar , Kaanya Tree
You can be sure that Christmas is imminent in WA’s south-west when the landscape erupts into a riot of neon orange blossoms. Nuytsia floribunda is a prolific bloomer – and for contrast to this beautiful notion – it is also possibly the largest parasite in the world. It feeds on grasses and other plants underground with sophisticated bladed suckers that strangle and slice their roots. Its vampirish habits aside, N. floribunda is a favourite amongst locals for its spectacular orange canopy in summer, but few people know the traditional history behind this species.
The hand-pulled, original screen print for this design can be found here.
Giclée prints - limit of 100 of each size
Giclée prints have been printed from a photograph an original screen print. They have been edited to ensure best colour reproduction for digital print and will have larger smudges or flaws removed. They are printed locally in Western Australia on Canson Infinity rag paper with quality archival inks. The paper weight is heavy at 240gsm. Every print comes with an additional certificate of authenticity that details the habitat, uses and history of the species featured.
- A2 paper size: 420w x 594h printed image size: 370w x 498h
- A3 paper size: 297w x 420h printed image size: 250w x 336h
For further sizing information and comparison diagrams please see the print sizing page.
Important information on colour
Significant effort has been made to make sure that the colour tones represented here reflect the tones in the real artwork. There are however, variances between screen display across different devices so the artwork may not display exactly accurately on your device. If this is a concern to you it is best to email before purchase for advice on colour.