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Karviainen

Homemade gooseberry liqueur for mental and physical tiredness

131480 Viola odorata L. / Lindman, C.A.M., Bilder ur Nordens Flora, vol. 2: t. 224 (1922-1926)

Vintage Violet Flower print of Viola Odorata or the Sweet Violet. May Day Beltane From the Swedish Botanical book by Mentz and C. Date 1917 - 1923

Image result for wierzba śląska

Image result for wierzba śląska

gooseberry 1885 german botanical chromelithograph

Gooseberry 1885 German Natural History by PetitPoulailler

Vintage Ephemera: Botanical plate, Bird Cherry - 1885

Vintage Ephemera: botanical plates and illustrations

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School Posters, Vintage School, Nature Illustration, Paper Collages, Botanical Prints, Wall Decorations, Swedish Design, Bliss, Vignettes

Vintage botanicals postcards, illustrations, nature

Vintage Ephemera: botanical plates and illustrations

krusbär

Shrub - Ribes uva-crispa / Gooseberry - in shade

Plantas en la Biblia

Ligustrum vulgare, Wild privet, Common privet or European privet, Κοινό λιγούστρο .

vintage botanical print

Instant Art Printable - Botanical #7 - Cottoneaster

*The Graphics Fairy LLC*: Instant Art Printable - Botanical - Cottoneaster

Grande ciguë - hemlock poisons connu depuis la nuit des temps. Associé au Capricorne.

Conium maculatum – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

User:Antonsusi/Overview - Wikimedia Commons

User:Antonsusi/Overview - Wikimedia Commons

Edible berry-used to be used instead of lemon. High pectin content. Attractive to birds. Thorns. Good in companion to thuya occidentalis(?)

Berberis vulgaris a. European barberry or simply barberry. The berries were eaten in pudding during the Tudor period.

Fig Ficus carica L. / Thomé, O.W., Flora von Deutschland Österreich und der Schweiz, Tafeln, vol. 2: t. 181 (1885)

Fig Ficus carica L.

Flora von Deutschland Österreich und der Schweiz (1885)

Vintage Ephemera: fruits and vegetables

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor afbeeldingen bomen en bladeren

051814 Oaks budding ~ Buds, leaves, flowers and fruit of oak (Quercus robur)

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