A paradise for butterflies, a nesting area for birds and one of the largest peat bogs in the Netherlands, that is Bargerveen.

The collection is a collaboration with Theetuin d'Aole Pastorie. At the beginning of 2017 we decided to create a collection with typical flora and fauna from this unique nature reserve in the Netherlands.

Red-backed shrike

The red-backed shrike , the name 'shrike' refers to the birds' habit of hanging their prey on the thorns of blackberries or other prickly bushes, for some late snacking..


The botanical name of cottongrass is Eriophorum Angustifolium which means 'supporting' and refers to the typical inflorescence.

Great sundew

A insect-eating plant from 0.5 to 20 cm in size. The leaves have red tentacles with sticky moisture droplets.

The silver-studded blue

Silver-studded blues are scarce in the country and it is not going so well with this butterfly in recent years.

The prints are available in the shop in the sizes A5 and A3.