20 cards and 20 envelopes.
"Picture a flower in its pristine state. Observe its forms, colors, and myriad combinations. Marvel at the simple beauty of a lily, or th exotic lushness of an orchid. And then, go one step further. Let your imagination wander wild: How would such a flower look if you were to deconstruct it? Patchwork-like compositions may bring forth a new set of forms and blends of color, a garden of fresh moods. When you let your sense awaken to a more intent search for the flower's essence, it is then that you will discover the spectrum of a flower."