Les Grandes Heures d'Anne de Bretagne, illuminated in Tours or perhaps Paris by Jean Bourdichon between 1503 and more than 300 pages have large borders illustrated with a careful depiction of, usually, a single species of plant.
More likely, though, is after ingesting this plant, you would sincerely wish you were dead. The biggest problem with members of the nightshade family is the unpredictability of their effect. There is no way to quantify this plant.
Feverfew - Insects, including bees do not like feverfew - They will avoid areas where it grows - Planted with roses and other ornamentals Feverfew can help reduce the damage done by herbivorous insects - circa 1832
1960 Vintage Botanical Print, Laburnum anagyroides, Golden Rain Tree, Botany Illustration, Home Wall Decor, Goldregen, Floral Art
heracliteanfire: “ Illustrations of Himalayan Plants chiefly selected from drawings made for the late J. of the Bengal Civil Service. The descriptions and analyses by J. Hooker M. The plates executed by W.