Wisteria is the name given by Grafisch Tassotti for these hanging flowers. The pattern is fairly large, and repeats at intervals throughout the page. The printed version of the plant is about the same as in real life. The plant itself is a vigorous climber, often spreading high and wide across the frontage of buildings ~ it usually needs some support to be able to do this. The variety depicted is quite pale ~ some varieties are deeper in colour. The seeds set in pods ~ much as peas or beans ~ Wisteria is from the same family ~ but are highly poisonous.
The 85 gsm paper shown above is printed on B1 sheets. The paper is of a 'natural' tone - slightly away from white towards light ivory. The pattern is 'one~way~up' ~ V1 ~ and printed so that flowers run with the grain. .
I have access to some Tassotti papers, and am able to photograph them in order to show a small part of their comprehensive range of decorated papers. Clicking on a picture will take you to the appropriate descriptive page such as this. Alternatively a guide to some illustrated indexes is available .