Whilst varieties of wedding bush are endemic to most states of Australia, Ricinocarpos pinifolius is native to the east coast of Australia. A member of one of the largest families of flowering plant species on earth, wedding bush is beloved for its astounding beauty and its scent. Blooming in late winter, it is a stunning shrub that grows as if it is a giant bridal bouquet itself. It is a popular plant amongst gardeners in Australia and proves itself to be hardy and resilient, though, like many Australian natives that have adapted to harsh conditions it requires its seeds to be pre-soaked in hot water, sometimes smoked, for a better chance at germination. If this sounds like a fussy propagation technique, consider that it is a clever result of evolution in response to natural bushfires.
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 prints. 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.