Linaria

I may have mentioned it, but most of my childhood photographs show me holding a flower of some kind. I grew up with parents who both gardened - both functional, edible gardens and ornamental  gardens. There was a healthy dose of faerie mythology thrown in - my mom used to tell me that the flowers were painted each night by the faeries. She always had Linarias in the garden - beautiful pastel baby snapdragons which roar-yawned if you squeezed them just right!

Linaria is a pale pastel colourway that combines shades of delicate rose-pinks, hints of golden olive and the palest of pale mints...with a few hot speckles thrown in for good measure or good luck...whichever way you want to see it!

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I may have mentioned it, but most of my childhood photographs show me holding a flower of some kind. I grew up with parents who both gardened - both functional, edible gardens and ornamental  gardens. There was a healthy dose of faerie mythology thrown in - my mom used to tell me that the flowers were painted each night by the faeries. She always had Linarias in the garden - beautiful pastel baby snapdragons which roar-yawned if you squeezed them just right!

Linaria is a pale pastel colourway that combines shades of delicate rose-pinks, hints of golden olive and the palest of pale mints...with a few hot speckles thrown in for good measure or good luck...whichever way you want to see it!

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R210.00

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