Linen kitchen towel – Fritillaria ovules
Kitchen towel in linen (45×65 cm) showcasing ovules in the female reproductive organs of a fritillaria flower.
Fritillaria meleagris, aka the snake’s head fritillary, is a popular bulbous garden plant and has been featured in several episodes of our Flora and Friends podcast during spring 2021. To honour fritillaria we have created a design from its flowers. The symmetric elements originate from the ovules inside the female reproductive organ at the centre of the flower. Upon pollination, pollen grains will fertilize the ovules and seeds will develop.
Product: Kitchen towel 45x65cm with one-sided print (backside white).
Material: Stonewashed 100% linen (185 gsm) grown, woven (in a OEKO-Tex 100 certified mill), printed and sewn in Lithuania.
Pattern: This pattern features ovules in the female reproductive organs of a fritillaria flower.
Care of use: Recommended washing at 40°C.