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Flora’s lexicon: an interpretation of the language and sentiment of flowers: with an outline of botany, and a poetical introduction, 1857.  Written by Waterman, Catharine H. (Catharine Harbeson), b. 1812

Flora’s lexicon: an interpretation of the language and sentiment of flowers: with an outline of botany, and a poetical introduction, 1857. Written by Waterman, Catharine H. (Catharine Harbeson), b. 1812

Language of Flowers-The meaning of a variety of flora, especially during Victorian times

Language of Flowers-The meaning of a variety of flora, especially during Victorian times

The Language of Flowers. Digital photo by Phil Gates of A Digital Botanic Garden. http://digitalbotanicgarden.blogspot.com/2011/03/say-it-with-flowers.html

The Language of Flowers. Digital photo by Phil Gates of A Digital Botanic Garden. http://digitalbotanicgarden.blogspot.com/2011/03/say-it-with-flowers.html

"The language of flowers, or, Floral emblems of thoughts, feelings, and sentiments" by Robert Tyas, with twelve coloured groups of flowers. Published 1869 by G. Routledge in London, New York

"The language of flowers, or, Floral emblems of thoughts, feelings, and sentiments" by Robert Tyas, with twelve coloured groups of flowers. Published 1869 by G. Routledge in London, New York

There are 4 series of books starring Grace and her friends. they transcend through high school, college, WW1 and traveling outwest. I am so fortunate to own the first two sets which were handed down from my great grandma and her sisters. They are a really neat example of young ladies of the Edwardian period.

There are 4 series of books starring Grace and her friends. they transcend through high school, college, WW1 and traveling outwest. I am so fortunate to own the first two sets which were handed down from my great grandma and her sisters. They are a really neat example of young ladies of the Edwardian period.

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