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    Flower Postcards | Set of 25

    Flower Postcards | Set of 25

    Set includes all 25 of our dazzling flower postcards. Set: Includes 25 postcards — one of each design. Size: 4″x6″ Individual flower postcards can be purchased here.

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  • African Daisy Postcard

    African Daisy Postcard

    Part of the sunflower and daisy family, the ornamental plant with showy flower heads grows into a perennial dwarf shrub in its native South African habitat. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-10 … Read More

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  • Allium Postcard

    Allium Postcard

    Native to central and southwestern Asia and related to the onion family, the giant ornamental allium produces a single stalk topped with a globe of intense small purple flowers. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble … Read More

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  • Aubretia Postcard

    Aubretia Postcard

    Aubretia is a low, evergreen plant with small violet, pink or white flowers native to southern Europe across to central Asia and named after the French flower-painter Claude Aubriet. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble … Read More

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  • Black Eyed Susan Postcard

    Black Eyed Susan Postcard

    Native to Eastern and Central North America, the flowering plant is part of the sunflower family and is widely cultivated in parks and gardens, prairie plantings, and cut flowers. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble … Read More

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  • Bleeding Heart Postcard

    Bleeding Heart Postcard

    Part of the poppy family, the plant is native to Siberia, northern China, Korea, and Japan and valued for its heart-shaped pink and white flowers which bloom in spring. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble … Read More

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  • Coneflower Postcard

    Coneflower Postcard

    Common to open prairies and wooded areas in eastern North America, the flower is part of the daisy family. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-08 | Derivative based on original photograph by … Read More

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  • Coreopsis Postcard

    Coreopsis Postcard

    Commonly called Tickseed, the summer blooming, daisy-like showy flowers are native to North, Central, and South America are popular in gardens to attract butterflies. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-12 | Derivative … Read More

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  • Cosmos Postcard

    Cosmos Postcard

    The perennial summer flower Cosmos is part of the sunflower family and is native to the meadowlands of Mexico. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-03 | Derivative work based on original photograph … Read More

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  • Crocus Postcard

    Crocus Postcard

    Part of the iris family, the flower is native to scrub, woodland, and meadows across central Europe to western China. The spice saffron is obtained from the stigmas of the flower. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a … Read More

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  • Daffodils Postcard

    Daffodils Postcard

    The perennial spring flower narcissus (commonly known as the daffodil or jonquil) is native to meadows and woods throughout southern Europe and North Africa. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-01 | Derivative work based … Read More

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  • Daisies Postcard

    Daisies Postcard

    A large and widespread family of flowering plants, especially in tropical and subtropical regions, are found to grow everywhere except Antarctica and the extreme Arctic. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-05 | … Read More

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  • Daylily Postcard

    Daylily Postcard

    The perennial summer flower Hemerocallis (commonly called the daylily) is native to Asia with each individual flower blooming for about one day. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-02 | Derivative work based … Read More

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  • Gazania Postcard

    Gazania Postcard

    The large, daisy-like flowerheads in brilliant shades of yellow and orange bloom over a long period throughout the summer and are native to Africa. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-06 | Derivative … Read More

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  • Glory of the Snow Postcard

    Glory of the Snow Postcard

    The small perennial flowering plants are part of the asparagus family. Native to the Mediterranean, the blue, white or pink flowers appear early in the year. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-14 … Read More

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  • Iris Postcard

    Iris Postcard

    The perennial flower grows from Europe to Asia and across North America in predominately purple and blue colors, plus a variety of yellow, pink, orange and white colors. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture … Read More

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  • Marigold Postcard

    Marigold Postcard

    Part of the sunflower family, marigolds are native to Mexico and are commonly orange, golden, yellow, and white in color—often with edge highlights. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-07 | Derivative based … Read More

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  • Orchid Postcard

    Orchid Postcard

    One of the largest families of flowering plants, orchids grow in every habitat (except glaciers) with the world’s richest diversity of orchids found in the tropics. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-15 … Read More

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  • Pansy Postcard

    Pansy Postcard

    The large-flowered pansy is a favorite garden flower and is a hybrid from several species of the Viola wildflower commonly found across Europe and western Asia. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-23 … Read More

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  • Rose Postcard

    Rose Postcard

    Native mainly to Asia, over three hundred species and thousands of cultivars exist and range in size from miniature roses, to shrubs and climbers. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-11 | Derivative … Read More

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  • Shasta Daisy Postcard

    Shasta Daisy Postcard

    This commonly grown daisy-like flower is a hybrid produced in 1890 by the American horticulturist Luther Burbank. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-20 | Derivative based on original photograph by Pixabay.

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  • Sunflower Postcard

    Sunflower Postcard

    Native to South, Central, and North America, the sunflower was named for the round flower head that looks like the sun. When in bloom, sunflowers generally face east. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture … Read More

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  • Tulip Postcard

    Tulip Postcard

    The showy and brightly colored flowers are part of the lily family and grow from bulbs. They are native to the region stretching from Southern Europe to Central Asia. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble … Read More

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  • Water Lily Postcard

    Water Lily Postcard

    Prized for its large ornamental flowers, these aquatic herbs are rooted in the soil of shallow bodies of water with leaves and flowers floating on the water’s surface. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture … Read More

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  • Zinnia Postcard

    Zinnia Postcard

    The easy to grow flower blooms in a variety of bright colors and grows natively across the southwestern United States and throughout South America. Size: 4″ x 6″ Paper: 100lb cardstock with a fine pebble texture — 32-24 | Derivative … Read More

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  • Door County Field of Sunflowers Postcard

    Field of Sunflowers Postcard

    A field of sunflowers bloom on a traditional small family farm in northern Door County. The landscape is rich in stunning beauty with orchard lined roads, quaint villages, and miles of picturesque shoreline. Size: 4″x6″ Paper: Premium textured stipple card … Read More

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