Die to bloom or how to look a "clavel del aire"
The cabinets of curiosities that emerged in Europe during the Renaissance collected and exhibited exotic and curious species from all over the world, especially from the American continent.
This cabinet does not exhibit an exotic or rare species of our territory, quite the opposite. The "clavel del aire" is a very common and abundant species endemic to American continent. We can see it everywhere in the streets. But how well do we really know it? Can we look at it with curiosity?