The Language of Flowers: An Anthology of Poetry and Prose
Over 80 paintings and botanical illustrations of flowers accompanied by text from writers such as John Clare, Matthew Arnold, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Louisa May Alcott and Nathaniel Hawthorne.
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Acacia Anon Aster bane beauty and fragrance beauty Clematis blooms blossom rising Bluebell Capricious beauty Carnation cheek Chrysanthemum colours Columbine Constancy Cowslip Crocus Crown Imperial Cyclamen daffodils Delicate pleasures devoted affection doorvard drooping Fame Fidelity Flanders fields flower lovers Forget-me-not Forsaken fragrant Fuchsia Garden Geranium glowing GOLDEN ROD hang Haughtiness heart heart-shaped leaves HONEYSUCKLE Iris JASMINE John Clare kiss LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS leaf leaves of rich Lemon Little brown brother look love Lilac MAGNOLIA Marjoram Matthew Arnold Mental beauty Michaelmas Daisies morning's dew musk Nathaniel Hawthorne NTHUS orchid Paeon Paeonia pale Passion peony Percy Bysshe Shelley Picking lillies pink plant poppy Pride Primrose purple Return of happiness Rosebud Saffron Scabious Slighted love smell Snapdragons snow Snowdrop sunflower Sweet Briar SWEET PEA sweet spring thev Thou Tiger-lily traveller's joy TULIP vellow violet weeping flowers white Periwinkle wild wound to heal Yellow youth