Kokio-KeoKeo Greeting Card
The Isabella Sinclair Collection greeting cards are museum-quality 5 x 7 cards, printed on very heavy stock using archival quality paper and inks. They are blank inside with a descriptive text printed on the back. The image and text are taken from Indigenous Flowers of the Hawaiian Islands by Isabella Sinclair which was published in 1885. This book was the first to feature color plates of Hawaiian flowers and plants.
Here is an excerpt of the Sinclair text which is printed on the back of this card:
This shrub, or tree, generally grows on the sides of rocky ravines, and it is usually found from one thousand to two thousand feet above sea level. It attains a height of about twenty feet, and, when in full flower, is a most beautiful and attractive shrub--the delicate white of the petals, and the pink of the showy stamens forming a charming contrast with the dark green leaves.
The Isabella Sinclair Collection Fine Art Greeting Cards can be found in the South Shore Visitor's Center of the National Tropical Botanical Garden and other select retail merchants on the island of Kauai.
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