This print is created in an art workshop, signed, numbered and limited to 150 prints, from an original botanical watercolor. It seems that this plant is coming from a vast region from Western Siberia to Mongolia, with species found in China and Tibet. Descended straight from heaven to the ancient Egyptian, this doubled Siberian and Chinese plant eventually ennoble among the Anglo-Saxons. It is cultivated in Europe since the sixteenth or seventeenth century. It is believed that Marco Polo is the cause of his arrival in Europe, where it was first used for its medicinal properties. In the eighteenth the British were the first to use it in their kitchen.