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Primula veris or cowslip, botanical vintage engraving
Primula veris or cowslip is a flowering plant with yellow flowers, it is used in cooking or salad and to flavor wine
Italian woodbine or perfoliate honeysuckle, botanical vintage engraving
Italian woodbine or perfoliate honeysuckle is a perennial flowering plant with very fragrant cream-colored flowers wide used as ornamental plant in gardens and parks.
Peppermint, botanical vintage engraving
Peppermint or mentha piperita is a herbaceous perennial fast growing plant, the leaves are dark green with reddish veins, the flowers purple.Peppermint has a high menthol content and is used to flavoring tea, ice cream, confectionery, chewing gum and toothpaste. … Continued
Rosemary or rosmarinus officinalis, botanical vintage engraving
Rosemary is a perennial herb with needle like fragrant leaves and pink or purple or blue flowers native of Mediterranean area.The needles are used to flavoring food and roasted meat. it is cultivated also as decorative plant in landscaping and … Continued
Common violet or viola odorata,botanical vintage engraving
Garden violet or viola odorata is a perennial flowering plant, the flowers have a sweet scent popular in Victorian era and leaves are still used in perfumery
Ornithogalum umbellatum, botanical vintage engraving
Ornithogalum umbellatum or garden star of Bethlehem is a perennial flowering toxic plant, cultivated in gardens as ornamental.
Potato, solanum tuberosum, botanical vintage engraving
Potatoes, well known edible tubers, were introduced from the Andes region approximately four centuries ago. Herbaceous perennial, Solanum tuberosum is the widely cultivated species
Botanical illustration: Convolvulus flowering plant
Antique print describing the botanical morphology of Convolvulus flowering plant: leaves spirally arranged and trumpet-shaped flowers
Botanical illustration: blackberry or raspberry plant
Print describing the botanical morphology of blackberry perennial plant: palmated leaves, very sharp prickles, flowers and fruits (berries). Blackberry grows also in poor soil. Blowing raspberry is considered highly impolite.