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Joannes de Sacro Bosco. Sphaera Mundi. 1490.

Joannes de Sacro Bosco - Sphaera Mundi, Sphaera Mundi deals with the shape and apparent movement of the earth and other heavenly bodies and today is accounted the single most influential.

Chamomile Herb - Side Effects, Uses and Benefits

Chamomile Herb - Side Effects, Uses and Benefits

Plant print

LR algen Illustration from beginning 20 century Laroux encyclopedia: Botanical Flower, Scientific Illustration, Botanical Illustration, Children& Book Illustration, Childrens Book Illustration

Coral art print Vintage prints old prints by VictorianWallArt, $10.00

Antique Sea Coral Illustration - Natural History Branch Coral Wall Decor Art Print in Sea Foam

likeafieldmouse: Annie Leibovitz - Pilgrimage (2011) - Leibovitz’s documentation of the homes and traces of some of her favorite historical figures 1. Elvis Presley’s TV (Memphis, Tennessee) 2. Georgia O’Keeffe’s Pastels (Santa Fe, New Mexico) 3. The Gloves Worn by Abraham Lincoln on the Night of his Assassination (Springfield, Illinois) 4. Skeleton of a Pigeon Studied by Charles Darwin (Hertfordshire, England) 5. Ansel Adams’s Darkroom (Carmel, California) 6. Virginia Woolf’s Bedroom

☼ Emily Dickinson ☼ Emily Dickinsons pressed flowers- Annie Lebovitz (from her book pilgrimage)

Vintage Print Rocks and Minerals Haematite Crystals by PineandMain. $6.00, via Etsy.

Vintage Print Rocks and Minerals, Haematite Crystals iron ferric oxide

Linnaeus’ Floral clock ~ Linnaeus observed over a number of years that certain plants constantly opened and closed their flowers at particular times of the day, these times varying from species to species. Hence one could deduce the approximate time of day according to which species had opened or closed their flowers. Arranged in sequence of flowering over the day they constituted a kind of floral clock or horologium florae, as Linnaeus called it in his Philosophia Botanica, 1751.

Linnaeus, and the Flower Clock

Linnaeus’ Floral clock Linnaeus observed over a number of years that certain plants constantly opened and closed their flowers at particular times of the day, these times varying from species to.

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