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OLD ENGLISH WILD FLOWERS
How THE WILD FLOWERS en0w 1he seed and seedleaves
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English Wild Flowers: To Be Found by the Wayside, Fields, Hedgerows, Rivers ...
Joseph Tom Burgess
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Agrimony amongst anthers arvensis Auguut Autumn beauty berries Bladder Campion bloom blossoms blue bright called calyx catkins clusters colour Corn corn-ﬁelds corolla creeping Cyperus Sedge Danewort distinguished dog rose early feet high Fialds ﬁbres ﬁelds ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂavour ﬂeshy ﬂorets ﬂower-cups FLOWERS ﬂowers appear ﬂowers grow foliage frequently garden glumes Grass green leaves Haaths hairy Heaths hedge hedgerows herb inches high July known labiate Lady’s leaf leaﬂets loves maritima marsh meadows moorland mountain Nettle nook odour Orchis pale panicle pastures petals pink ﬂowers pistils plant Plantain purple ﬂowers purplish Quaking Grass raceme root rose round salad Salad Burnet scientiﬁc sea-shore sedges seed-vessel seeds slender sometimes species spike spot Spring stalk stamens stem summer sweet tall thistle tint umbelliferous umbels variety W‘tas W‘tes walls wayside weed white ﬂowers whorls wild ﬂowers wood woodlands Wosds yellow ﬂowers