A 4 inch by 5.5 inch greeting card featuring my Macro photo of a bright pink foxglove flower stalk with multiple blooms, framed a bit left of center.
I took this photo in my mother’s back yard in S. Royalton, Vermont in Summer 2020.
On the back of this card is featured the title, as well as some brief prose I wrote about foxglove folk legends:
“There is a folk legend that foxes wear these soft flowers on their paws like gloves so that they can more stealthily hunt their prey. And the wooded hillsides where fox families make their dens are oft abundant with these poisonous flowers” – Ashley Anne Strobridge
As well as a brief write up I wrote about how Agatha Christie featured this poisonous bloom in her stories:
“Foxglove Digitalis was also featured as the poison of choice in several of famed author Agatha Christie’s murder mysteries, including one of her dapper sleuth Hercule Poirot mysteries entitled, ‘Appointment with Death'” – Ashley Anne Strobridge
The back also features my name and business contact info.
Like all my cards, this card come complete with a corresponding white envelope, free of charge.
Like all my cards except for my accordion cards, this card is blank inside.