A poster with a pretty watercolour painted twig of parsley. Under the image you can see its Latin name: 'Petroselinum Crispum'. In ancient Greece parsley was a symbol for joy. The Greek used to create a laurel wreath or parsley, which was worn during events. The Romans were responsible for spreading the herb to Western Europe.
The poster is printed with top quality inks on beautiful 240g gallery paper with matte finish. The result is a stunning print with unrivaled quality and image reproduction, that will stand the test of time.
Frame not included.