65% polyester/35% cotton twill Apron | 1-inch wide neck strap with slider adjustment | 1-inch wide waist ties reinforced at stress points | Rounded bottom with self-fabric binding * 22" x 30"
Wisconsin wildflowers are arranged around the state in areas where you would be likely to find them growing. Northern Woods - NW: Canada anemone, Showy lady's slipper, False rue anemone, Wood violet, Bunchberry, Gaywings; NE: Pink lady's slipper, Jack-in-the-pulpit, Yellow trout lily, Hepatica, Trillium; Door Co: Indian paintbrush, Yellow lady's slipper, Dwarf lake iris; SE (Moist Prairie): Purple and Prairie coneflowers, Liatris, Bottle gentian, Shooting star, Downy gentian, New England aster; SW (Dry Upland Prairie): Prairie smoke, Wild lupine, Hoary puccoon, Pasque flower, Bird foot violet, Butterfly weed; West Central (Moist Woods): Spring beauty, Jacob's ladder, Wild geranium, Marsh marigold, Skunk cabbage, Wild ginger, Dutchman's breeches, Wild columbine, Yellow violet, Bloodroot.
About the Artist:
At least a fifth generation Wisconsinite, I was born and raised in Madison and grew up loving this area - its landmarks, landscapes and its plants. My parents were both UW-Madison grads and I was practically raised on campus with fond memories of meals at the Memorial Union, Homecoming walks on Langdon Street and watching construction of many of the campus buildings.
Generations of my family have loved this area - its landmarks, landscapes and its plants. I combine this love of place and plants in what I create from shirts or cards featuring Madison landmarks to close up photos of favorite flowers.