The flowers of friendship are blooming in a vast variety of colours and are beloved all over the world over. The variation in the leaves, with its typical asymmetrical shape, is often overlooked, but is even more fascinating. The genus, Begonia, and its near 1800 variants was discovered in 1690 in the rainforests of South America by the botanist Charles Plumier. He named the plant after his companion, naval officer Michel Bégon, with whom he was travelling the world during the 17th century. The Begonia received its name and symbolism because of this relationship. Standing for dependability, loyalty and friendship: giving a Begonia as a present reinforces feelings and the promise to always be there for the other.
A collection contains 5 assorted prints. Concept & Design: Bienvenue Studios 104 × 140 mm Offset printing in Zurich, Switzerland Z-Offset Natural Paper, 400g / m2 FSC-certified
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Succulents are not only plants, but also small and silent water reservoirs. Located in very dry areas where one would never expect to find humidity, succulents are forced to collect and store water in various magnificent structures to survive long dry periods. This contrasts with the «Karesansui», better known as Japanese Zen garden, which shows a dry landscape resembling flowing water. Use your imagination to feel and hear the flowing water from the mountaintop to the sea beyond in our book «Listen to the Water».
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