I thought I'd highlight this one, which is very early in the flowering process. Eventually its center becomes cone shaped, giving rise to its name "coneflower." It is also known as "Echinacea," which comes from the Greek "echinos," which means "hedgehog" and refers to its spiky appearance. I personally found the spiral pattern of the spikes to be perfectly mesmerizing!
Coneflower is native to many parts of the United States and is widely used as a medicinal plant. It is easy and rewarding to grow, attracts pollinators, and provides a bounty of beautiful blooms!
No trees are harmed to make this print, because we selected a very special paper called Moab Entrada Rag. This matte-finish paper is made from 100 % salvaged cotton (leftover from the textile industry) in mills powered by wind energy right here in the United States! It is chlorine-free, lignin-free and acid-free, so the image should last a lifetime. Cotton paper is considered the most eco-friendly photographic printing solution available today.
Fine Art Print Process
Through our partnership with Photo Innvation Lab, these prints are made with archival pigment inks using a Giclée inkjet printing process, which allows for the maximum range of colors. The result is an almost painterly finished print that will last for decades to come.
Ready to Frame, No Mat Required Photos are trimmed with a wide white border, eliminating the need for a mat. They can be simply framed in a standard-size square frame. This approach also shows off the warmth and texture of the paper. Just pop it in the frame of your choice for a gorgeous little art statement.