Gateway to the Classics: Wild-Flower Study by Anna Botsford Comstock
 
Wild-Flower Study by  Anna Botsford Comstock


Table of Contents


How To Begin the Study of Plants and Flowers
How To Make Plants Comfortable
How To Teach the Names of the Parts of a Flower
Teach the Use of a Flower
Flowers and Insect Partners
The Relation of Plants to Geography
Seed Germination
The Hepatica
The Yellow Adder's Tongue
Bloodroot
The Trillium
Dutchman's Breeches and Squirrel Corn
Jack-in-the-Pulpit
The Violet
The May Apple or Mandrake
The Bluets
The Yellow Lady's Slipper, or Moccasin Flower
The Common Buttercup
The Evening Primrose
The Hedge Bindweed
The Dodder
The Milkweed
The White Water Lily
Pondweed
The Cat-tail
A Type Lesson for a Composite Flower
The Goldenrod
The Asters
The White Daisy
The Yellow Daisy or Black-eyed Susan
The Thistle
The Burdock
Prickly Lettuce, A Compass Plant
The Dandelion
The Pearly Everlasting
The Jewelweed, or Touch-me-not
Mullein
The Teasel
Queen Anne's Lace, or Wild Carrot
Weeds
Outline for the Study of a Weed

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