Wild Flowers of the British Isles by H. Isabel Adams 1907

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Columbine, Aquilegia, Delphiniums
HIA23 $45
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Purpler Loostrife, Purslane
HIA100A $35
Birthwort, Asarum
HIA101A  $25
Pink Family, Dianthus
HIA103A  $35
Saxifrage Family
HIA7 $35
Cyclamen, Water Violet,
HIA8 $35
Strawberry, Lady's Mantle, Agrimony
Tea Tree, Thorn Apple,
HIA12 $35
Great Mullein, Mimulus
HIA13 $35
Figwort Family, Toad Flax
HIA19 $35
Black Horehound, Wood Sage
HIA96 $35
Deadly Nightshade, Woody Nightshade
HIA15 $45
Hemp Nettle, Betony
HIA97 $35
The Stonecrop Family
HIA10 $35
The Sundew Family, Caniverous Plant
HIA17 $35
The Valerian Family
Asparagus, Solomon's Seal, Lily of the Valley
HIA25 $35
Arum Lily, Sweet Sedge
HIA26 $35
Rattle, Cow-Wheat, Melampyrum
HIA20 $35
Bird's Nest Orchid, Red Hellebore
HIA28 $35
Monkey Orchid, Lizard Orchid, Pyramidal Orchid, Dark-Winged Orchid
HIA29 $35
Spotted Orchid, Early Purple Orchid, March Orchid
HIA30 $45
Garlic, Grape Hyacinth, Bluebell
Lady's Slipper Orchid
HIA32 $45
Spider Orchid, Fly Orchid, Bee Orchid, Hellebore
HIA33 $35
Buttercup, Mountain Globe Flower, Winter Aconite, Hellebore
HIA34 $45
The Buttercup Family
HIA35 $45
Buttercup, Ranunculus
HIA36 $45
Gipsy Lycopus, Skull Cap
109 $25
Spotted Catchfly, Soapwort, Corn Cockle
Yellow Archangel,m Bastard Balm
HIA101 $35
St. John's Wort Family
HIA43 $35
The Flax Family
HIA44 $45
The Dead Nettle Family
HAI94 $25
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Wild Flowers of the British Isles by H. Isabel Adams 1907

The wealth of talented artists in botanical illustration never ceases to amaze and Harriet Adams is another outstanding discovery. A member of the Botanical Society of the British Isles and a fellow of the Linnaean Society, she was a graduate of Birmingham Art School. She worked in the Arts and Crafts style, designing bookplates and a children's book: Little Red Riding Hood and the History of Tom Thumb.

As we know so little about her, but were astonished by the beauty of this work, suffice it to quote below part of an article published in 1907 by the Spectator (Archives):

“We have seen few flower drawings (always excepting Curtis's Flora Londinensis) that have given us so much pleasure to look at. From one to half-a-dozen plants are figured on a page; but Miss Adams manages to keep the character of each species distinct, and the grouping is often full of skill and grace. We have nothing but praise for the colouring, especially the various greens. The yellow of the rock-rose is beautiful, and the more subdued mauves and pinks are excellent.”

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