Hiirenvirna means Vicia cracca in Finnish, a type of plant referred to as Vetch. For what many consider to be a common weed, it is strikingly beautiful. Its tall stem climbs toward the light and is decorated with violet-colored petals. It grows all over the meadows of Finland, and is nicknamed "Mouse's pea" there because of its green, seed-bearing pods. Liina Harju captures their look beautifully on this spring-evoking pattern, alongside other colorful wildflowers. Printed on 100% cotton, this cushion cover is easily removed from an insert for machine washing via a side zipper.
Optional insert is polyester-filled and hypoallergenic.
If ordering with insert, item is not able to be gift wrapped
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