Royal Mail this week launches a set of flower stamps marking the Royal Horticultural Society’s 200th anniversary. Art directed by Rose Design, the stamps feature digital images by photographers Barbara and Zafer Baran of six of the nine cultivars – or cultivated varieties of plants and flower species – that are registered with the RHS. The aim of the design was to convey a ‘fresh and contemporary view of the RHS today’, according to Rose creative director Simon Elliott.
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