Yep that's right, these flowers really will last a life time. If you're looking to add some life to your living room, some pretty to your parlour or some drama to your dining room... then look no further.
Discover 10 floral artworks that we think will take your fancy and plenty more by shopping our 'Flower Power' collection!
1. Roses in full bloom
This moss rose is in full bloom and was created with watercolour paints by India-based artist Shweta Mahajan. We love the dramatic contrast between the dark black background and white delicate petals in the foreground.
2. Fresh white tulips
This bunch of fresh white tulips held in a glass vase, were painted by Netherland-based artist Nataliia Pshenychna. Fresh daffodils, gentle roses and dancing tulips are in Nataliia's shop and waiting to be picked by you!
3. Printed pickers
UK-based printer Louise Stebbing stopped on her cycle ride to draw these flower pickers working away in a close-by village. Although Louise says she "had some strange looks", we think it was well worth her effort! This artwork is an original hand printed, linocut reduction picked by us, especially for you.
4. Luscious lilies
Canada-based artist Alfred Ng's watercolour painting of a delicate easter lily certainly took our fancy. Visiting Alfred's Artfinder shop is like walking into a colourful florist, discover his glorious dahlias,golden brugmansias,spring-time pansies and many more!
5. We call it mellow meadows!
We love the way that these meadow flowers float fabulously on top of a colourful haze of abstracted colour. Looking for a floral artwork with a twist? Well look no further. Check out Larysa Khomenko's shop to see more of what happens when abstraction meets flowers!
6. Grey doesn't always have to be drab
Thought that grey always meant drab? Hungarian artist Brenda Szuromi proves that it doesn't! Brenda's monochrome flower could be describes as geometric, we love the way Brenda has simplified a flower down solid shapes using pencil on paper. Pay a visit to Brenda's shop to discover lots of flower power, in not only grey but colour too!
7. Mystical muscaris
Claudia Montero painted these mystical muscaris in Mexico, where she is based. Her watercolour painting brings purples, pinks and warm yellows together, making this one of the most colourful pieces of our floral fancies. Claudia's shop is stocked up with clivia plants, yellow roses, crisantemo flowers and more!
8. Nude alert!
This collage combines a decoupage image with a magazine cutout and was created by UK-based artist Helen Robertson. This floral fancy combines natures finest, the naked body and a flourishing flower. If you're a fashionista or after a collage with a twist then Helen's shop is the place to go!
9. Eclectic arrangements
10. Photographic peonies
Pretty pink peony! This colour photograph was one of Canada-based artist Barbara Storey's first still-life pieces. Barbara especially likes to use a macro lens when photographing flowers. Visit her shop to see more.