Boab print

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The boab tree occurs mostly in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. It is outstanding for its huge bottleshaped trunk that is filled with soft fibrous wood, enabling it to store water. A deciduous tree, it loses leaves in the winter months in the tropics when it is dormant. The boab can live for hundreds of years and grows slowly to a height of 5–15 metres and has a trunk circumference of up to 20 metres. The fruits are large, brown and oval-shaped, up to 18 centimetres long with a woody and hairy exterior. They contain numerous seeds and a white pithy substance.

Available sizes:

  • 297mm x 420mm (A3)
  • 210mm x 297mm (A4)
  • 148mm x 210mm (A5)

Available by Pre-Order as item is subject to Print-on-Demand. Please allow 3 working days for print and handling.

Paper: Archival, watercolour

Note: Frames are for illustrative purposes only.