Vintage Botanical Yellow Columbine Flower – With a Free High Res Version
Welcome to Day 24 of 25 Days of Vintage Spring Pictures and Clip Art! Plus a new high resolution freebie download.
This image comes from the same flower identification book as these luscious tulips I posted earlier in this series. Columbine flowers are a fairly early blooming perennial that bloom in the late spring (at least here in Zone 5!). I have the purple variety in my (sorely neglected) garden, and they are one of my favorite flowers.
Click here for the ultra high resolution botanical color plate at 7″ x 10.5″ at 300 DPI.
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