Man of the Earth | Ipomoea Pandurata | Botanical Art | Coffee Mug
This stylish and colorful coffee mug featuring botanical artwork of the plant Man of the Earth (Ipomoea pandurata).
The coffee mug is perfect for anyone interested in botany, plants, and nature, A great collector's item and a perfect gift.
The mug is made from durable ceramic with high-quality sublimation printing.
Man of the Earth (Ipomoea pandurata), also known as wild potato vine, manroot, wild sweet potato, and wild rhubarb is a species of herbaceous perennial vine belonging to the morning glory family (Convolvulaceae), native to North America.
The root of the plant produces a large tuber, not unlike a sweet potato, that can be roasted and eaten.
The roots are also used to prepare an infusion that is said to have expectorant, diuretic and laxative effects.
The original illustration featured on the coffee mug is by Deborah Griscom Passmore (1840-1911).
It was first published in 1911 in Deborah Griscom Passmore watercolor album.
Deborah Griscom Passmore was a botanical illustrator for the U.S. Department of Agriculture and regarded as one of the best of the early USDA artists.
Her work is now preserved in the USDA's Pomological Watercolor Collection.
Coffee Mug - Features:
- White ceramic
- 12 oz (0.35l)
- Rounded corners
|Man of the Earth Coffe Mug||12oz|
Cardboard box with foam inserts to protect the product during shipment.