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Dactylorhiza majalis

Dactylorhiza majalis

Parma Violet (Viola odorata)  Favourite Flowers of the Garden and Greenhouse (England , 1896)

1896 Matted Antique Flower Print Edward Step Botanical Ed Chromolithograph Purple Floral Plant Parma Violet Gift for Her

Round-Leaved Sundew. Drosera rotundifolia. With leaves rimmed by sticky glandular hairs that capture and eat unsuspecting insects, this plant last grew in bogs of coastal Brooklyn in 1952. The bogs were drained and filled, and the sundew disappeared. Wendy Hollender's illustrations for a NYT article about New York City's extinct wildflowers. Read the full article here: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/03/25/opinion/20110326-opart.html?_r=1&#1

This collection of botanical illustrations of wildflowers by Wendy Hollender is compiled from a published article in the New York Times about wild plants that once bloomed in New York City.

Orchis mascula, Common Name: Early Purple Orchid, Artist: Chrissie Russell

Orchis mascula, Common Name: Early Purple Orchid, Artist: Chrissie Russell

Ranunculus_lingua_47   ...

Ranunculus_lingua_47 ...

Illustrations of Himalayan plants. [Title page]. (1855)

heracliteanfire: “ Illustrations of Himalayan Plants chiefly selected from drawings made for the late J. of the Bengal Civil Service. The descriptions and analyses by J. Hooker M. The plates executed by W.

William Curtis Botanical Prints from Curtis Botanical Magazine 1948 and After

William Curtis Botanical Prints from Curtis Botanical Magazine 1948 and After

Serapias lingua L.  lingua, parviflora, politisii  2002

Serapias lingua L. lingua, parviflora, politisii 2002

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