The Dypsis lutescens, otherwise known as the Yellow Palm, lightly cascades overhead in beautiful layers of green. Native to Madagascar and naturalized all over areas of the Caribbean, South America, and parts of North America, this species has become a favourite in the Arecaceae family. It is also referred to as the Butterfly Palm because of the way in which its leaves curve upwards in multiple stems reminiscent of the shape of a butterfly.
* * * * Add a white border around your print for a touch of elegance or if you need to compensate to fit a larger frame.
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Printing is outsourced to a professional laboratory in Germany who utilizes archival inks. Image is printed on bright white torchon archival paper (285gsm). Museum grade paper which has 82 years’ longevity if displayed framed under glass or 132 years if displayed framed with a UV filter. Made of 100% alpha-cellulose, acid-free and with a coarse texture which gives each artwork beauty and three dimensionality.
Use and store ideally out of the sun, at a relative humidity of 35 to 65% and at a temperature of 10 to 30° C (50° – 86°F.)