|Scale||1/30 (60mm) , 1/24 (75mm) , 1/20 (90mm)|
Our next release is a typical representative of the flora of Europe, Central and East Asia, as well as India. Found in North Africa. Naturalized in the USA and Canada.
Its official Russian name literally means "the subject of the frightening Devil", which reflects its special medico-magical function - to drive away evil spirits. In folk magic since time immemorial, this plant was recognized as the strongest amulet. It was believed that it reliably protects against damage and the evil eye, magic spells and dark spells, and hanging over the doors of the house guarantees its inhabitants complete immunity from evil spirits.
Among the Scots, it has always been considered a sacred plant, and personified challenge and retribution, and after, according to legend, he saved Scots from the invasion of the Danes is also the widely used official emblem of Scotland. In China, this flower symbolizes stamina and longevity.
With the spread of Christianity, he began to be considered a symbol of sin, sorrow and the curse of God during the expulsion of Adam and Eve from paradise. Images of the martyrs are often framed by the leaves of this plant. And yet the churchmen did not manage to trample into the mud the reputation of a glorious hero from the kingdom of Flora - he had too many merits, both imaginary and genuine.
I think you have long understood that we are talking about a thistle. Biennial plant 60-180 cm high with an erect stem, prickly-winged to the very baskets. The leaves are alternately arranged along the stem, rigid, the lower ones are dying off early, the rest are oblong to oblong-ovate in outline, pinnately incised, along the edge with hard yellow spines. Blossoms in June-September; bears fruit in July-October. It grows along forest edges, in ravines, in bushes, along the banks of rivers and streams, in meadows and fields, near roads and dwellings.
The plant is realized in sizes M and L, which will allow it to be used in works of scales 1/48 - 1/24. Relatively easy to assemble: the plant must be removed from the supports, folded in half along the fold line and soldered or glued. Only assembling the buds can cause difficulties. But this task can be facilitated by the "dots" tool.
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