The Postal Service issued the 32-cent Winter Garden Flowers stamp on January 19, 1996, in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.
Designed by Ned Seidler of Hampton Bays, New York, the stamps feature five designs of the following colorful winter garden flowers: crocus, winter aconite, pansy, snowdrop, and anemone. These flowers are a group of the hardiest plants that grow in any part of the United States that experiences winter.
The 1996 booklet features the fourth season in a series of garden flowers booklets. The Winter Garden Flowers stamps were produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing In the offset/intaglio process.
Reference: Postal Bulletin (December 21, 1995)