Illustrations from Series One of Hulme’s Familiar Wild Flowers

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40 colour plates from an undated (circa 1900) edition of Familiar Wild Flowers by F. Edward Hulme, published by Cassell and Company. The plates are: Apple, Arum or Cuckoo-Pint, Bindweed, Borage, Bramble, Bulbous Crowfoot, Bush Veitch and Sweet-Scented Vernal Grass, Common Orchis and Broad-Leaved Garlic, Corn Sow-Thistle, Cowslip, Dandelion, Dead Nettle (Red and White), Field Convolvulus, Field Rose, Fleabane, Goldilocks and Water Ranunculus, Greater Willow-Herb, Harebell, Hawthorn, Honeysuckle, Hop Trefoil, Hyacinth, Lesser Celandine, Meadow Crane’s Bill, Periwinkle, Pink Persicaria, Primrose, Scarlet Poppy, Silverweed, Small Knapweed, Stork’s Bill, Sweet Violet, Toadflax, Tormentil and Cinquefoil, Touch-Me-Not, Tutsan, Valerian, Wood Sorrel, Yellow Iris, Yellow Rattle.

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