Hairy Cowpea, vigna luteola

Hosts: cassius blue (top right), long tailed skipper (bottom on the stem), grey hairstreak (very top), ceraunus blue (top left) and doranthes longtail skipper (bottom flying)

Blooms: All year, peaking summer-fall


Original watercolor 9x13"

Professionally matted and framed with archival materials and non-glare UV protective glass. 16.75 x 13" total size with frame.


Please note:

This painting is being shown at the Weeds to Wildflowers exhitit at the library from April 7 to April 23! It will ship the week of April 25th.


About the painting:

Part of a series of 17 illustrations of common Florida native plants that host butterflies in collaboration with Bound by Beauty, to educate and encourage the planting of native plants. These illustrations are used in their free Field Guide to Wild Plants, download here!

The originals from this series are shown at the Weeds to Wildflowers exhibit at the library from April to April 23.

Hairy Cowpea, framed original watercolor

  • Height: 16.75" Width: 13" Depth: 1.75"