Introducing Wildfolk Prints: a collection of hand-produced greetings cards bearing ferns and flora from fine botanical engravings produced by British naturalists and artists in the 18th century.

Annie of Wildfolk Prints researches old books to find the artwork for her prints, consulting horticultural collections at Kew Gardens and the Guildhall Library and spends hours poring over the ‘The Language of Flowers’: a Victorian guide to the meaning of flowers. Once she has chosen the illustration, Annie restores any damage or fading, confirms the Latin name and common name of the plant, and adds the date of the original engraving to the card, crediting the kind folk at the British Pteridological Society for help with identification of unusual ferns.

Beautifully produced in England by a small family-run printers, and blank inside for your own message, they’re perfect for any occasion.