The elegant pocket diary of the Flower series is an ideal place to note appointments and tasks. It is perpetual and therefore it can be used in any year and started at any moment. Some of the most beautiful illustrations of the Herbier Général de l'Amateur were selected to decorate this booklet.
The history of botany, with the popularisation of its most rare and precious aspects, has always been part of Aboca's vision. Comprising eight volumes, the Herbier Général de l'Amateur was printed in Paris between 1816 and 1827. The watercolours from which the engravings were derived, manually coloured at the time of publishing, are due to the famous botanical painter Pancrace Bessa, who worked at the request of Charles X of France.
Available with ivory-coloured cover and red amaryllis flower (Amarillis speciosa) or with red cover and yellow woodland tulip (Tulipa sylvestris).