Select a plant
Introducing our ever-expanding collection of hand-painted plants. We portray them honestly, with Latin descriptions. In this way, we refer to ancient herbariums from the time before the invention of photography. We then reproduce the image using modern printing techniques: On clothing, ceramics, posters and other products.
Made for you. From the love of plants.
Perennials and annuals
Both groups are distinguished by their abundant flowering and thus form an important part of the biocenosis, often producing large amounts of nectar and pollen necessary for pollinators. Annual plants are incapable of surviving the winter, and therefore grow each year from seeds formed in the previous growing season. Perennials are herbaceous plants without woody parts, whose above-ground organs regrow each season from underground or aboveground modified root parts or stems.
Lily of the valley
Convallaria majalis L.
Funkia 'Blue Rock'
Hosta 'Blue Rock'
Centaurea cyanus L.
Blue meadow: Meadow geranium, spreading bellflower, cornflower
Geranium pratense L., Campanula patula L., Centaurea cyanus L.
Bearded iris 'Alcazar'
Iris germanica L. 'Alcazar'
Roadside flowers: Common chicory, red clover, autumn hawkbit
Cichorium intybus, Trifolium pratense, Leontodon autumnalis L.
Daylily 'Summer wine'
Hemerocallis 'Summer wine'
Wildflowers: Oxeye daisy, field poppy, cornflower
Leucanthemum vulgare, Papaver rhoeas, Centaurea cyanus L.
Chinese peony 'Sorbet’
Paeonia lactiflora 'Sorbet'
Daylily 'Black Emanuelle'
Hemerocallis 'Black Emanuelle'
Chinese peony 'Red magic’
Paeonia lactiflora 'Red magic'
Golden herbs: Black mullein, dandelion, tansy
Verbascum nigrum, Taraxacum, Tanacetum vulgare L.
Tulip 'Crystal Star'
Tulipa 'Crystal Star'
Helianthus annuus L.
Woody plants characterised by the presence of a main stem. Ornamental species and varieties stand out not only when flowering, they often have ornamental bark, an interesting habit or a different leaf colour. They account for about ⅕ of all seed plants currently found on Earth. Among the most numerous representatives are the broad bean, myrtle and myrtle plants.
Cherry blossom "Kanzan"
Prunus serrulata 'Kanzan'
Acer platanoides L.
Some of the least understood organisms on Earth. Among the fungal kingdom, there are plant and animal pathogens, as well as edible fungi and those with medicinal properties. They are an integral part of biocenoses ensuring the circulation of elements in nature. In addition to their role in nature, they are an important element of Polish culture and tradition.
Shrubs are perennial woody plants without a distinct crown and main stem - the trunk. They encompass a wide taxonomic range of families, cultivars and species, allowing them to fulfil a wide range of functions - from ground cover plants to ornamental solitary plants to screening plants planted as hedges. They are plants that are readily planted in gardens as they usually do not have high environmental requirements.
Hortensia 'Jip Blue'
Hydrangea macrophylla 'Jip Blue'
Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote'
Coffea arabica L.
Rose 'Queen of Sweden'
Rosa 'Queen of Sweden'
Japanese maple 'Dissectum Garnet'
Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Garnet'
Rhododendron luteum 'Fireball'
Rose 'Crimson Bouquet'
Rosa 'Crimson Bouquet'
They belong to the class of ferns and are considered one of the oldest organisms on Earth. They prefer moist and not too sunny positions. Most of them are found in the intertropical climate zone. In Poland, they are a frequent part of the undergrowth of oak forests and are generally planted in shady parts of kitchen gardens and city parks.
Plants with an elongated habit, distinguished by long internodes and dynamic growth. They often use woody plants and buildings as supports. To facilitate their growth, they can twine around supports, produce roots and clinging tendrils and even thorns and thorns.