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Recueil de plantes coloriees, pour servir a l'intelligence des lettres elementaires sur la botanique.  Volume 1 of 1

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  Name as PrintedCurrent NameCommon Name  
    
  1. Acer campestre L. Acer campestreHedge mapleView illustrationPlant info
  2. Aesculus hippocastanum L. Aesculus hippocastanumHorse chestnutView illustrationPlant info
  3. Althaea officinalis L. Althaea officinalisCommon marshmallow, common marsh-mallowView illustrationPlant info
  4. Apium petroselinum L. Petroselinum crispumParsleyView illustrationPlant info
  5. Bellis perennis L. Bellis perennisLawndaisy, English daisy, European daisyView illustrationPlant info
  6. Bignonia radicans Campsis radicansTrumpet creeper, common trumpetcreeper, cow-itchView illustrationPlant info
  7. BRYUM PYRIFORMEView illustration 
  8. Butomus umbellatus L. Butomus umbellatusFlowering rushView illustrationPlant info
  9. Calendula officinalis Calendula officinalisPot marigoldView illustrationPlant info
  10. Caltha palustris L. Caltha palustrisyellow marsh marigold, yellow marsh-marigold, yellow marshmarigoldView illustrationPlant info
  11. Canna indica L.View illustration 
  12. Cannabis sativa L. Cannabis indicaMarijuanaView illustrationPlant info
  13. Carduus nutans Carduus nutansChardon penche, musk thisnodding plumeless thistle tle, nodding thistle, plumeless thistleView illustrationPlant info
  14. Centaurea montana L. Centaurea montanaPerennial cornflowerView illustrationPlant info
  15. Cheiranthus incanus L. Matthiola incanaTenweeks stockView illustrationPlant info
  16. Convolvulus sepium Calystegia sepiumHedge false bindweed, bearbind, devil's guts, hedge bindweed, hedgebell, large bindweedView illustrationPlant info
  17. Dactylis glomerata L. Dactylis glomerataorchardgrassView illustrationPlant info
  18. Delphinium ajacis L. Consolida ajacisDoubtful knight's-spur, rocket larkspurView illustrationPlant info
  19. Dictamus albus Dictamnus albusGasplantView illustrationPlant info
  20. Dodecantheon meadiaView illustration 
  21. Doronicum Pardalianches Doronicum pardalianchesGreat false leopardbaneView illustrationPlant info
  22. Echinops sphaerocephalus L. Echinops maximusView illustrationPlant info
  23. Epilobioum angustifolium Epilobium angustifoliumBlooming sally, fireweedView illustrationPlant info
  24. Geranium zonale L.View illustration 
  25. Glechoma Hederacea Nepeta glechomaView illustrationPlant info
  26. Hippuris vulgaris Hippuris melanocarpaView illustrationPlant info
  27. Hypericum Ascyron Hypericum ascyronGreat St. JohnswortView illustrationPlant info
  28. Iris pumila L. Iris pumiladwarf irisView illustrationPlant info
  29. Jasminium officinale L. Jasminum officinalepoet's jasmineView illustrationPlant info
  30. Lamium album L. Lamium albumwhite deadnettleView illustrationPlant info
  31. Lathyrus latifolius L. Lathyrus latifoliusPerennial pea, everlasting peavine, everlasting-pea, perennial peavine, Perennial sweetpeaView illustrationPlant info
  32. Leontodon taraxaconView illustration 
  33. LICHEN CILIARISView illustration 
  34. Lilium candidum L. Lilium candidumMadonna lilyView illustrationPlant info
  35. Lolium Perenne L. Lolium perenneperennial ryegrassView illustrationPlant info
  36. Lonicera caprifolium Lonicera caprifoliaView illustrationPlant info
  37. Malva sylvestris Malva grossheimiiView illustrationPlant info
  38. Momordica elaterium L. Ecballium elateriumSquirting cucumberView illustrationPlant info
  39. Myrtus communis L. Myrtus communismyrtleView illustrationPlant info
  40. Narcissus tazetta Narcissus tazettaCream narcissusView illustrationPlant info
  41. Nicotiana tabacum L. Nicotiana tabacumcultivated tobaccoView illustrationPlant info
  42. Oenothera biennis Onagra biennisView illustrationPlant info
  43. Osmunda spicant L.View illustration 
  44. Papaver rhoeas Papaver rhoeasCorn poppyView illustrationPlant info
  45. Parnassia palustris Parnassia palustrisMarsh grass of Parnassus, California grass-of-Parnassus, marsh grass-of-parnassusView illustrationPlant info
  46. Passiflora coerulea L.View illustration 
  47. Pisum Sativum Pisum vulgareView illustrationPlant info
  48. Plantago lanceolata Plantago lanceolataNarrowleaf plantain, buckhorn plantain, English plantain, lanceleaf Indianwheat, lanceleaf plantain, ribgrass, ribwortView illustrationPlant info
  49. Pyrus cydonia Cydonia oblongaQuinceView illustrationPlant info
  50. Rubia peregrina L.View illustration 
  51. Salvia officinalis Salvia officinalisKitchen sageView illustrationPlant info
  52. Sambucus nigra Sambucus nigraEuropean black elderberry, European black elder, European elderberryView illustrationPlant info
  53. Scabiosa columbaria L. Scabiosa columbariadove pincushionsView illustrationPlant info
  54. Scandix anthriscus L.View illustration 
  55. Scandix cerefolium L.View illustration 
  56. Scandix pecten Scandix pecten-venerisShepherdsneedle, shepherd's needleView illustrationPlant info
  57. Sempervivum tectorum L. Sempervivum tectorumCommon houseleekView illustrationPlant info
  58. Sisymbrium nasturtium-aquaticum L. Nasturtium officinaleView illustrationPlant info
  59. Sium NodosumView illustration 
  60. Tradescantia virginiana L.View illustration 
  61. TRAGOPOGON PORRIFOLIUM Tragopogon porrifoliusSalsify, common salsify, goatsbeard, purple salsifyView illustrationPlant info
  62. Trifolium pratense Trifolium pratenseRed cloverView illustrationPlant info
  63. VERONICA CHAMOEDRISView illustration 
  64. Viola odorata L. Viola odorataSweet violetView illustrationPlant info
 
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