Mt Cook Buttercup Jandals / Flip-Flops


Mt Cook Buttercup Jandals.

Digitally hand drawn New Zealand native flowers – Mount Cook Buttercup design printed on Jandals.


Mt Cook Buttercup Jandals.

Digitally hand drawn New Zealand native flowers – Mount Cook Buttercup design printed on Jandals.

Prepare for an adventurous and carefree summer with a pair of colorful jandals that are created just for you! The rubber sole is lined with a soft fabric to make sure you feel comfortable wherever your day takes you.

  • Rubber sole
  • 100% polyester fabric lining
  • Black Y-shaped rubber straps
  • Toe post style

A treat for your feet!!

This design also comes on fabric and wallpaper here, and tshirts!

You can get this design on a bunch of my products here

When you submit an order, rest assured that we tailor this specific product exclusively for you. Consequently, delivering your item may require additional time compared to mass production methods. By opting for customized orders, we minimize waste and contribute positively towards reducing overproduction. Therefore, thank you for demonstrating mindful buying habits.


Mt Cook Buttercup Jandals

Mt Cook Buttercup Jandals

Mt Cook Buttercup

Embark on a journey to behold the Mount Cook buttercup. A celebrated New Zealand native plant distinguished by its monumental height and distinctive attributes. Hailing from the Ranunculaceae family, this species (Ranunculus lyallii) reigns supreme amongst buttercups, attaining heights surpassing a meter. The foliage comprises glossy dark green leaves, shaped like shields (peltate), spanning diameters of 15–40 cm. Thriving in the South Island and Stewart Island amidst elevations of 700–1,500 meters, this herbaceous perennial exhibits white or yellow flowers, each graced with 10–20 delicately arranged white petals and countless yellow stamens.

Late spring through early summer marks the blossoming season of the Mount Cook buttercup, a prominent member of alpine ecosystems within Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park and neighboring areas. This remarkable plant, named after Scottish botanist David Lyall, was initially documented in the mid-19th century and persists in inspiring wonderment due to its grandeur and rich history. Despite not belonging to the Lily family, the Mount Cook buttercup once carried the misleading name of Mount Cook lily, reflecting society’s propensity to categorize large white-flowered plants under this classification. Nevertheless, today, the Mount Cook buttercup stands proud as a treasured symbol of New Zealand’s varied and breathtaking floral landscape.

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Size Chart

Size guide
US women 6-7 8-9 10-11
US men 7-8 9-11 11-12
EU 36-38 39-41 42-44

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