This Wild Pomegranate (Punica granatum) watercolor print captures the beloved fruit of this tree being nibbled on by the native Steppe Field Mouse in a unique piece of artwork. The pomegranate tree grows wild in the cities and countryside of Palestine, recognizable by its large red fruits, with gem-like seeds on the inside.
Lois Nakhleh is a botanical artist who has been painting wildflowers of our region for the last 17 years, engaging watercolor as her painting medium of choice. To see full collection click here. All profits from the sale of these botanical prints are used for wildflower conservation in Palestine at Mashjar Juthour. Read more about their work on their website or follow them on FB.