Early American apiaries devoted large tracts of land otherwise too wet for wildflowers to the cultivation of purple loosestrife for its copious nectar-filled blooms. Like so many things that seem too good to be true, loosestrife was soon abandoned due to the rather poor honey it produced. While the culinary crime could be rectified, the ecological damage was irreversible.
Medium: Color-Reduction Woodcut
Edition Size: 16
Image Size: 9" x 6"
Paper Size: 13" x 10"
Paper Type: Rives BFK
Framing Option: 15" x 12" black aluminum frame with white matboard and regular glass.
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