Fritillaries crown imperial is our lineart of the day.
Fritillaries are drooping bell-shaped tulip-like flowers.
Fritillaries often have nodding, bell- or cup-shaped flowers, and the majority are spring-flowering. Certain species have flowers that emit disagreeable odors. The scent of Fritillaria imperialis has been called “rather nasty”.
Crown imperials, or Fritillaria imperialis, are the real show-stoppers of the fritillary world. A tuft of lush green leaves and whorl of bell-shaped orange or yellow flowers sit on an impressive 1.5m (5ft) flowering spike in April or early May.
- colour it; digitally or manually with colour pencils,watercolour, acrylic or oil paint,
- trace it
- use it for Appliqué
- greeting cards (colour it, emboss it with embossing powder or foil it)
- parchment craft( by tracing and then embossing it or colouring it)
- Cross- stitch or needlework craft
- and much more.
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