The county flower in Finland is the official plant of each county and it is selected by voting. They are typical common plants in their areas and most of them were selected in 1982. The Finnish national flower Lily of the valley, Convallaria majalis, was chosen by vote on 1967 already and it is also included among the plants.
There are plants from whole Finland on this tape:
- Åland: Cowslip Primula veris
- Southwest Finland: English Oak Quercus robur
- Uusimaa: Wood anemone Anemone nemorosa
- Eastern Uusimaa: Coltsfoot Tussilago farfara
- Satakunta: Sea Buckthorn Hippophaë rhamnoides
- Tavastia: Liverleaf Hepatica nobilis
- Kanta-Häme: Eastern pasque flower Pulsatilla patens
- Päijät-Häme: Cornflower Centaurea cyanus
- Pirkanmaa: Bird cherry Prunus padus
- Central Finland : Dog daisy Leucanthemum vulgare
- Kymenlaakso: Yellow iris Iris pseudacorus
- South Karelia: Spring pasque flower Pulsatilla vernalis
- South Savo: Water lily Nymphaea alba ssp. candida
- North Savo: Rowan Sorbus aucuparia
- North Karelia: Karelian rose Rosa acicularis
- South Ostrobothnia: Fireweed Chamaenerion angustifolium
- Central Ostrobothnia: Harebell Campanula rotundifolia
- Ostrobothnia: Meadowsweet Filipendula ulmaria
- North Ostrobothnia: Labrador tea Rhododendron tomentosum
- Kainuu: Heather Calluna vulgaris
- Lapland: Globeflower Trollius europaeus
Washi tape is translucent tape made from paper. It can be used in decoration of notebooks or postcards. You can write on and it and tear pieces off easily with no scissors. It can be detached and re-used and will not leave a glue residue unlike normal tape. It holds well onto postcards and envelopes and resists water.
This washi tape was hand drawn by Minna for exclusive use of Minor Postcards and only available through us.
The glue, printjob and material are high quality, the tape width is 15mm and length 10 meters.