Flowers Shown to the Children
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Flowers Shown to the Children

By C. E. Smith
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Table of Contents
  • FLOWERS
  • FLOWERS SHOWN TO THE CHILDREN
    • LIST OF FLOWERS
      • 1. LESSER CELANDINE
      • 2. BULBOUS BUTTERCUP
      • 3. MEADOW BUTTERCUP
      • 4. MARSH MARIGOLD
      • 1. WALLFLOWER
      • 2. WILD MUSTARD
      • 3. HEDGE MUSTARD
      • 1. YELLOW HORNED POPPY
      • 2. ROCK ROSE
      • 3. OPPOSITE-LEAVED GOLDEN SAXIFRAGE
      • 1. COMMON WHIN OR GORSE
      • 2. BROOM
      • 3. NEEDLE WHIN
      • 1. ST. JOHN'S WORT
      • 2. COMMON AVENS
      • 3. TORMENTIL
      • 1. BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL
      • 2. HOP TREFOIL
      • 3. LADY'S FINGERS
      • 4. MEADOW VETCHLING
      • 1. CREEPING CINQUEFOIL
      • 2. SILVER WEED
      • 3. COMMON AGRIMONY
      • 1. COMMON NIPPLEWORT
      • 2. AUTUMNAL HAWKBIT
      • 3. YELLOW GOATSBEARD
      • 1. COLTSFOOT
      • 2. COMMON GROUNDSEL
      • 3. COMMON RAGWORT
      • 1. CROSSWORT
      • 2. BITING STONECROP
      • 3. YELLOW BEDSTRAW
      • 4. MUGWORT
      • 1. WILD MIGNONETTE
      • 2. COMMON DANDELION
      • 3. TANSY
      • 1. PRIMROSE
      • 2. COWSLIP
      • 3. BOG ASPHODEL
      • 1. HONEYSUCKLE
      • 2. YELLOW WATER IRIS
      • 3. DAFFODIL
      • 3. COMMON COMFREY
      • 1. SNEEZEWORT YARROW
      • 2. MOUNTAIN EVERLASTING
      • 1. TRAVELLER'S JOY
      • 2. WOOD ANEMONE
      • 3. WATER CROWFOOT
      • 1. SHEPHERD'S PURSE
      • 2. COMMON SCURVY GRASS
      • 3. HAIRY ROCK CRESS
      • 1. COMMON CHICKWEED
      • 2. MOUSE-EARED CHICKWEED
      • 3. GREATER STITCHWORT
      • 1. GOUTWEED
      • 2. WILD ANGELICA
      • 3. UPRIGHT HEDGE PARSLEY
      • 4. HEMLOCK WATER DROPWORT
      • 1. COW PARSNIP
      • 2. WILD CHERVIL
      • 3. SEA CARROT
      • 4. COMMON HEMLOCK
      • 1. MEADOW SWEET
      • 2. WILD STRAWBERRY
      • 3. WOOD SORREL
      • 1. GOOSEGRASS OR CLEAVERS
      • 2. WOODRUFF
      • 3. YARROW OR MILLFOIL
      • 1. OX-EYE DAISY
      • 2. DAISY
      • 3. SCENTLESS MAYWEED
      • 1. SNOWDROP
      • 2. COMMON STAR OF BETHLEHEM
      • 3. RANSOMS
      • 1. MOSSY SAXIFRAGE
      • 2. MARSH PENNYWORT
      • 3. INTERMEDIATE WINTERGREEN
      • 1. GRASS OF PARNASSUS
      • 2. COMMON BLADDER CAMPION
      • 3. SEA CAMPION
      • 1. COMMON EYEBRIGHT
      • 2. WHITE DEAD NETTLE
      • 3. SPOTTED ORCHIS
      • 1. RED-BERRIED BRYONY
      • 2. CHICKWEED WINTERGREEN
      • 3. CUCKOOPINT OR WAKE ROBIN
      • 1. COMMON MARE'S TAIL
      • 2. COMMON BUTTERBUR
      • 3. GREATER BURDOCK
      • 1. MOUSE-TAIL
      • 2. RIBWORT PLANTAIN
      • 3. KNOTTY FIGWORT
      • 1. LADY'S MANTLE
      • 2. DOG'S MERCURY
      • 3. COMMON NETTLE
      • 1. PURPLE SEA-ROCKET
      • 2. CUCKOO FLOWER OR LADY'S SMOCK
      • 3. MARSH CINQUEFOIL
      • 4. WATER AVENS
      • 1. DOG VIOLET
      • 2. HEARTSEASE
      • 3. COMMON MALLOW
      • 1. SCOTCH THISTLE
      • 2. MARSH PLUME THISTLE
      • 3. FIELD SCABIOUS
      • 1. COMMON LING OR HEATHER
      • 2. BLACK KNAPWEED
      • 3. WILD THYME
      • 1. EARLY PURPLE ORCHIS
      • 2. PURPLE LOOSE-STRIFE
      • 3. COMMON BUTTERWORT
      • 1. COMMON BUGLE
      • 2. GROUND IVY
      • 3. HAIRY WATER MINT
      • 1. COMMON FUMITORY
      • 2. RAGGED ROBIN
      • 3. RED CAMPION
      • 1. DOVE'S-FOOT CRANE'S-BILL
      • 2. HERB-ROBERT
      • 3. STORK'S BILL
      • 1. REST HARROW
      • 2. SAINTFOIN
      • 3. RED CLOVER
      • 1. DOG ROSE
      • 2. BURNET ROSE
      • 3. LOUSEWORT, OR RED RATTLE
      • 1. GREAT WILD VALERIAN
      • 2. SMALL BINDWEED
      • 3. FOXGLOVE
      • 1. BROAD-LEAVED WILLOW HERB
      • 2. CORN COCKLE
      • 3. CROSS-LEAVED PINK HEATH
      • 1. BLUE MEADOW CRANE'S-BILL
      • 2. MILKWORT
      • 3. CORN FLOWER
      • 4. TUFTED VETCH
      • 1. WILD SUCCORY
      • 2. BLUEBELL OR HAREBELL
      • 3. SEA HOLLY
      • 1. GERMANDER SPEEDWELL
      • 2. BROOKLIME SPEEDWELL
      • 3. GREAT WATER FORGET-ME-NOT
      • 1. COMMON BORAGE
      • 2. EVERGREEN ALKANET
      • 3. WOOD HYACINTH
      • 1. FIELD GENTIAN
      • 2. SEA ASTER
      • 3. VIPER'S BUGLOSS
      • 1. RED POPPY
      • 2. SCARLET PIMPERNEL
      • 3. COMMON SORREL
    • 1. LESSER CELANDINE
    • 2. BULBOUS BUTTERCUP
    • 3. MEADOW BUTTERCUP
    • 4. MARSH MARIGOLD
    • 1. WALLFLOWER
    • 2. WILD MUSTARD
    • 3. HEDGE MUSTARD
    • 1. YELLOW HORNED POPPY
    • 2. ROCK ROSE
    • 3. OPPOSITE-LEAVED GOLDEN SAXIFRAGE
    • 1. COMMON WHIN OR GORSE
    • 2. BROOM
    • 3. NEEDLE WHIN
    • 1. ST. JOHN'S WORT
    • 2. COMMON AVENS
    • 3. TORMENTIL
    • 1. BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL
    • 2. HOP TREFOIL
    • 3. LADY'S FINGERS
    • 4. MEADOW VETCHLING
    • 1. CREEPING CINQUEFOIL
    • 2. SILVER WEED
    • 3. COMMON AGRIMONY
    • 1. COMMON NIPPLEWORT
    • 2. AUTUMNAL HAWKBIT
    • 3. YELLOW GOATSBEARD
    • 1. COLTSFOOT
    • 2. COMMON GROUNDSEL
    • 3. COMMON RAGWORT
    • 1. CROSSWORT
    • 2. BITING STONECROP
    • 3. YELLOW BEDSTRAW
    • 4. MUGWORT
    • 1. WILD MIGNONETTE
    • 2. COMMON DANDELION
    • 3. TANSY
    • 1. PRIMROSE
    • 2. COWSLIP
    • 3. BOG ASPHODEL
    • 1. HONEYSUCKLE
    • 2. YELLOW WATER IRIS
    • 3. DAFFODIL
    • 3. COMMON COMFREY
    • 1. SNEEZEWORT YARROW
    • 2. MOUNTAIN EVERLASTING
    • 1. TRAVELLER'S JOY
    • 2. WOOD ANEMONE
    • 3. WATER CROWFOOT
    • 1. SHEPHERD'S PURSE
    • 2. COMMON SCURVY GRASS
    • 3. HAIRY ROCK CRESS
    • 1. COMMON CHICKWEED
    • 2. MOUSE-EARED CHICKWEED
    • 3. GREATER STITCHWORT
    • 1. GOUTWEED
    • 2. WILD ANGELICA
    • 3. UPRIGHT HEDGE PARSLEY
    • 4. HEMLOCK WATER DROPWORT
    • 1. COW PARSNIP
    • 2. WILD CHERVIL
    • 3. SEA CARROT
    • 4. COMMON HEMLOCK
    • 1. MEADOW SWEET
    • 2. WILD STRAWBERRY
    • 3. WOOD SORREL
    • 1. GOOSEGRASS OR CLEAVERS
    • 2. WOODRUFF
    • 3. YARROW OR MILLFOIL
    • 1. OX-EYE DAISY
    • 2. DAISY
    • 3. SCENTLESS MAYWEED
    • 1. SNOWDROP
    • 2. COMMON STAR OF BETHLEHEM
    • 3. RANSOMS
    • 1. MOSSY SAXIFRAGE
    • 2. MARSH PENNYWORT
    • 3. INTERMEDIATE WINTERGREEN
    • 1. GRASS OF PARNASSUS
    • 2. COMMON BLADDER CAMPION
    • 3. SEA CAMPION
    • 1. COMMON EYEBRIGHT
    • 2. WHITE DEAD NETTLE
    • 3. SPOTTED ORCHIS
    • 1. RED-BERRIED BRYONY
    • 2. CHICKWEED WINTERGREEN
    • 3. CUCKOOPINT OR WAKE ROBIN
    • 1. COMMON MARE'S TAIL
    • 2. COMMON BUTTERBUR
    • 3. GREATER BURDOCK
    • 1. MOUSE-TAIL
    • 2. RIBWORT PLANTAIN
    • 3. KNOTTY FIGWORT
    • 1. LADY'S MANTLE
    • 2. DOG'S MERCURY
    • 3. COMMON NETTLE
    • 1. PURPLE SEA-ROCKET
    • 2. CUCKOO FLOWER OR LADY'S SMOCK
    • 3. MARSH CINQUEFOIL
    • 4. WATER AVENS
    • 1. DOG VIOLET
    • 2. HEARTSEASE
    • 3. COMMON MALLOW
    • 1. SCOTCH THISTLE
    • 2. MARSH PLUME THISTLE
    • 3. FIELD SCABIOUS
    • 1. COMMON LING OR HEATHER
    • 2. BLACK KNAPWEED
    • 3. WILD THYME
    • 1. EARLY PURPLE ORCHIS
    • 2. PURPLE LOOSE-STRIFE
    • 3. COMMON BUTTERWORT
    • 1. COMMON BUGLE
    • 2. GROUND IVY
    • 3. HAIRY WATER MINT
    • 1. COMMON FUMITORY
    • 2. RAGGED ROBIN
    • 3. RED CAMPION
    • 1. DOVE'S-FOOT CRANE'S-BILL
    • 2. HERB-ROBERT
    • 3. STORK'S BILL
    • 1. REST HARROW
    • 2. SAINTFOIN
    • 3. RED CLOVER
    • 1. DOG ROSE
    • 2. BURNET ROSE
    • 3. LOUSEWORT, OR RED RATTLE
    • 1. GREAT WILD VALERIAN
    • 2. SMALL BINDWEED
    • 3. FOXGLOVE
    • 1. BROAD-LEAVED WILLOW HERB
    • 2. CORN COCKLE
    • 3. CROSS-LEAVED PINK HEATH
    • 1. BLUE MEADOW CRANE'S-BILL
    • 2. MILKWORT
    • 3. CORN FLOWER
    • 4. TUFTED VETCH
    • 1. WILD SUCCORY
    • 2. BLUEBELL OR HAREBELL
    • 3. SEA HOLLY
    • 1. GERMANDER SPEEDWELL
    • 2. BROOKLIME SPEEDWELL
    • 3. GREAT WATER FORGET-ME-NOT
    • 1. COMMON BORAGE
    • 2. EVERGREEN ALKANET
    • 3. WOOD HYACINTH
    • 1. FIELD GENTIAN
    • 2. SEA ASTER
    • 3. VIPER'S BUGLOSS
    • 1. RED POPPY
    • 2. SCARLET PIMPERNEL
    • 3. COMMON SORREL
    • INDEX
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