Vanguard by Moorcroft
“Vanguard” 365/12 by Nicola Slaney Limited to 30 pcs.
The Common Heath flower is native to south east Australia, found growing in heathland, shrubland and even open forest. The red, pink or white tube-like flowers appear from late autumn to early spring. For Moorcroft, they have been placed on a tall, elegant vase specifically chosen by Nicola for her task. In 1951, a meeting of government representatives agreed that the pink form of the flower should become the floral emblem for the state of Victoria. Indeed, Victoria was the first state to choose a floral emblem. Soon afterwards, all other states followed suit.