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The floral kingdom, its history, sentiment and poetry. A dictionary of more than three hundred plants, with the genera and families to which they belong, and the language of each illustrated with appropriate gems to poetry. By Mrs. Cordelia Harris Turner. With an autograph letter and introductory poem by William Cullen Bryant. And a practical treatise for amateurs on the cultivation and analysis of plants.


3.23100
Chicago : Moses Warren
[2], xv, [3], 424 p. 27 cm.
Book
1877
Flower language.
Flowers in literature.
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