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'Rhododendron elliottii' with Buddha, greeting card

"If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly our whole life would change" Buddah


This beautiful rhododendron is native to NE India (Nagaland) and was introduced to the west by Frank Kingdon-Ward in 1927.  It bears its crimson or scarlet flowers in June and July.


All flowers were organically grown, picked from my garden and photographed in my studio.


  • A5 Portrait

  • Blank inside for your own message

  • Printed on carbon captured paper

  • White envelope with a recyclable card wrap

  • Made and printed in the UK


I use Sixprint (printers) who are supporters of The Woodland Trust project and use only carbon captured papers for the production of all their greetings cards. Every card I order from Sixprint helps to fund the fantastic efforts of the woodland trust in protecting and creating our beautiful native woodlands.

"Rhododendron elliottii" greeting card

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