Welcome to Native Botanicals a tea towel range by Isabel Nina Young. A series inspired by the blossoming spring streets of Melbourne and countryside of my home town King Valley, North East Victoria.

Banksia cuneata, commonly known as Matchstick Banksia, or Quairading Banksia, is an endangered species of flowering plant in the Proteaceae family. Endemic to south-west Western Australia, it is one of three closely related Banksia species with dome shaped flower cluster heads, rather than characteristic Banksia flower spikes. Pollinated by honeyeaters, only 500 plants survive in the wild.

Note from Isabel:This is a real treat to spy the flowers of this plant in late winter. I adore its spikey leaves and the vibrant cup of flowers.


W:500mm x H:700mm


All products are lovingly hand designed and screen printed in Preston at The Dolls House, I personally print, press and package all tea towels using 100% East European linen, Eco-water based ink and recycled paper packaging.


To keep your tea towel looking beautiful and vibrant, just pop it in a warm machine wash. No need to bleach. Linen will soften once washed and colours may fade.