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This wild flower can be found in the shade of deciduous forest in early spring throughout Eastern Canada and the United States.  This a very beautiful and complex little flower that on closer inspection shows a pale pink heart shape, where the stem is attached to the bloom. The white billowing petals look like a pair of upturned breeches, hence the name. Abundent in Point Pelee National Park located in Leamington Ontario on the north shore of Lake Erie. 

The Frame is  7" x 7" square stained Hardwood. Round opening is 5" dia. Artwork is covered with a Clear Domed glass lens.

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