The Dog Rose, a wild rose plant native to Eurasia and Northwest Africa, is not just a visual delight but also a source of rich vitamin C. Its hips have been globally recognized for tea and preserve production. This poster is part of a revered series of Scientific German Educational Charts from the 1950s and 60s, still crafted by the original printer known for their dedication to educational science charts since 1929. The reissues maintain the original's charm, ensuring botanical detail and scientific accuracy are at the forefront.
The Dog Rose, while being a beautiful plant, has hips that are a rich source of vitamin C. This has led to its global introduction for the creation of health-beneficial teas and preserves.
Each poster is meticulously mounted on linen canvas, stretched over wooden rods, measuring 44.5 inches tall by 32.25 inches wide. For ease of display, a nylon cord is strung through the top rod. Securely rolled and shipped in a sturdy mailing tube, this poster is more than just decor; it's a blend of vintage classroom charm and scientific insight. Let it be a conversation starter in your space, merging aesthetics with knowledge.
Dimensions: 36"W x 46.5"H
Scientific Name: Rosa canina
Material: Linen backed canvas
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