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Eagle fern — cotton bag
Eagle fern — cotton bag
Eagle fern — cotton bag
Eagle fern — cotton bag
Eagle fern — cotton bag
Eagle fern — cotton bag

Eagle fern — cotton bag

  • Bag made of thick cotton - sewn in Poland. An original gift for a plant lover, gardener, allotment holder.
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Ecological packaging
Eco-friendly
packaging
No unnecessary plastics, only an elegant box with botanical goodies inside!
Original desings
Original
designs
We paint for you. Like botanists of the past, we capture the beauty and diversity of plants in watercolours.
High quality
High
quality
High-quality, comfortable knitwear and durable DTG/DTF printing.
Perfect gift
Perfect
gift
Present a loved one with an original bouquet that never fades.
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Eagle fern

Pteridium aquilinum

Eagleleaf is a tall fern that grows in dense patches in shady places in forests and thickets all over the world. Long, single leaves grow from a long, creeping rhizome - pinnate and repeatedly folded leaves form a triangular shape. Orchid is very tolerant of soil, although it prefers acidic and sandy soil, and is an invasive species - it spreads strongly. However, this charming plant is dangerous - it contains poisonous pteritanic acid (orlico-tannic acid). However, orlicas are more toxic to cattle than to humans. The rhizomes of orlice contain, as much as 60% starch - they were sometimes used as food. This is why this plant was so readily used in various parts of the world during periods of famine and scarcity.

Series
Artwork
Roksana Orfin-Grabowska
Subcategory
Ferns
Product category
Bags
Cotton bags
Bag type
Classic
Colour
Natural
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