Flowers to hang up all over the house so you can time travel back to anywhere with roses. Pochoir prints from Eugène Grasset’s “La Plante et ses Applications Ornementales sous la Direction.” Printed in Paris in 1896.

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“Columbine ~ Ancoli, ~ die Aglei.” Plate 12. Page 12. Anna Martin, artist. Collections of the Smithsonian Libraries. Biodiversity Heritage Library, digitalizing partner. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/planteetsesappl00Gras/page/12/mode/2up
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“Courd ~ Courge ~ der Kürbisse.” Plate 13. Page 30. Maurice Pillard Verneuil, artist. Collections of the Smithsonian Libraries. Biodiversity Heritage Library, digitalizing partner. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/planteetsesappl00Gras/page/n29/mode/2up
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“Courd ~ Courge ~ der Kürbisse.” Plate 14, page 32. Maurice Pillard Verneuil, artist. Collections of the Smithsonian Libraries. Biodiversity Heritage Library, digitalizing partner. In the public domain due to age. via https://archive.org/details/planteetsesappl00Gras/page/n31/mode/2up
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“Courd ~ Courge ~ der Kürbisse.” Plate 15, page 34. C. G. Schlum, artist. Collections of the Smithsonian Libraries. Biodiversity Heritage Library, digitalizing partner. In the public domain due to age. via

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