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Vintage Passion Flower Flyer

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Vintage Passion Flower Flyer
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8.5" x 11"
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Size: 8.5" x 11"

Make your promotional materials stand out with a custom flyer. The perfect size for all of your promotional needs, you can upload your own photos, graphics, and logos to craft the perfect flyers for your event, party, or grand opening.

  • Dimensions: 8.5"l x 11"w
  • Larger than quarter-page size
  • High quality, full-color, full-bleed printing
  • Customize both sides at no extra cost
  • Choice of two papers - Basic and Value
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  • Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 8.5" x 11". For best results please add 1/16" bleed
Media: Value
A great paper at an affordable price. This 80lb text-weight, matte white paper is perfect for flyers, leaflets, brochures and mailings. Our value paper contains 50% recycled content.
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Vintage Passion Flower Flyer
You Choose Background color from almost 200 colors. You May also add any text you like and choose you font and font color. William Curtis' illustration of the Passiflora alata. Winged Passion-Flower.(11 January 1746 – 7 July 1799) was an English botanist and entomologist. Class and Order.Gynandria Pentandria. This species of Passion-flower is one of those which have been introduced into the English gardens since the time of Miller; if it does not equal the cœrulea in elegance, it excels it in magnificence, in brilliancy of colour, and in fragrance, the blossoms being highly odoriferous: as yet, it is by no means so general in this country, as its extraordinary beauty merits, we have seen it flower this year, both summer and autumn, in great perfection in the stove of our very worthy friend James Vere, Esq. Kensington-Gore; at the Physic Garden, Chelsea; and at Mr. Malcom's, Kennington; at Chelsea, in particular, it afforded the richest assemblage of foliage and flowers we ever saw. It appears to the greatest advantage, when trained up an upright pole, nearly to the height of the back of the stove, and then suffered to run along horizontally. By some it has been considered as a variety only of the Passiflora quadrangularis, others, with whom we agree in opinion, have no doubt of its being a very distinct species; it differs from the quadrangularis, in having leaves more perfectly heart-shaped, and less veiny; in having four glands on the foot-stalks of the leaves, instead of six; and in not producing fruit with us, which the quadrangularis has been known frequently to do. The Nursery-men report, that this species was first raised in this country, by a gentleman in Hertfordshire, from West-India seeds. The usual mode of propogating it here, is by cuttings.
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