Common Mallow | Malva Sylvestris | Botanical Illustration | Journal - Ruled Line
128-page hardcover journal (ruled line) featuring a vintage botanical illustration of the plant Common Mallow (Malva sylvestris).
The journal has durable detailed print and vibrant colors. An amazing item for anyone interested in vintage botanical illustration, botany, and nature.
Common Mallow (Malva sylvestris) is a species of the genus Malva in the Mallow family (Malvaceae).
The plant is native to the eastern Mediterranean and North Africa but is now naturalized in many parts of the world, including the USA and Australia.
The plant has a long history as a medicinal herb.
The original illustration featured on the journal was first published in "Familiar Wild Flowers Figured and Described" by Frederick Edward Hulme.
Frederick Edward Hulme (1841 – 1909) was known as a teacher and an amateur botanist.
- Full wraparound print
- 128 ruled line single pages
- Casewrap binding - With flexible, sewn spine that allows the journal to lie flat on a surface when opened
- Semi-gloss laminated cover - Gives the cover a smooth look and enhanced durability
- 90gsm paper - Together with lines, this paper is perfect for writing
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Peal and seal mailing envelope that is tightly secured providing excellent protection during shipment.