Botanical illustration of a wild strawberry (from 'Wayside and Woodland Blossoms' by Edward Step, 1909)

Here is a vintage botanical illustration of a wild strawberry. I love illustrations of strawberries and I believe it's because they bring back wonderful

Wild strawberry botanical illustration step by step by Lizzie Harper natural history illustrator

Lizzie Harper, Wild strawberry botanical illustration step by step by Lizzie Harper natural history illustrator

clover

National Geographic Magazine/Volume State Flowers/List of Illustrations : Wikis (The Full Wiki) Red clover: Delicious in tea!

Google Image Result for http://www.metropostcard.com/picstopicals/t-botanical.jpg.jpg

wild strawberry you are so delicate and your berries so hard to find. Because of your sweet delicacy of fruits, but all the more special your berries are when I find them

Until Loudon, botanicals featured either a single specimen or flowers that belonged to a specific category of scientific classification. Description from georgeglazer.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Hand-colored lithographs from The Ladies' Flower-Garden of Ornamental Greenhouse Plants by Jane Wells Loudon, London

Fritillaria meleagris L. [as Fritillaria Isabella dicta flore simplici rubro pleno] / Weinmann, J.W., Phytanthoza iconographia, vol. 2: t. 516, fig. d (1739) [unsigned]

Fritillaria meleagris L. [as Fritillaria Isabella dicta flore simplici rubro pleno] / Weinmann, J., Phytanthoza iconographia, vol. d [unsigned]

Joseph Jakob von Plenck, Dark Mullein, Blataria, and a Quercus butterfly, 18th century (source).

aleyma: Joseph Jakob von Plenck, Dark Mullein, Blataria, and a Quercus butterfly, century (source).

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