Edwards, John, b. 1742 / A select collection of one hundred plates: consisting of the most beautiful, exotic and British flowers which blow in our English gardens: accurately drawn and coloured from nature, with their botanic characters, and a short account of their cultivation, their uses in medicine, with the Latin and English names
[Lupine], pp. 20-Plate 40 ff.
20 THIs Genus of Plants is ranged in the firif Setic the Herbs with an anamulous Flower, of feveral P Capfule. Dr. Linnxeus places it in the fixth Seaio MoNoGAMIA, which includes thofe Plants whofe their*Summits connedted. THE Specie reprefented here is, VIoLA caule triquetro diffufo, foliis oblongis d cornered, diffufed Stalk, oblong indented Leaves, tricolor hortenfis repens. C. B. P. 199. Cteeping Hearts-eate, or Panties. THIS'Sort is the Hearts-eafe or Pantie, which gro Englond, is generally cultivated in Gardens. Thi they have perfe~ted their Seeds. The lower Leaves Edges; the Stalks rife feven or eight Inches high, fe cornered, and are garnifhied with Leaves which are notched on their Edges, and fit clofe to the Branches which Spring from the Wings of the Stalk; they are of the Varieties have Flowers much larger, and othe have the two upper Petals of a deep yellow C01our, paler yellow with a deep yellow Spot, and the lowe are white with yellow and purple Spots ; in fome t others the Purple. Mill. Gard. Did. P L h T Lupinus. Tourn, In/l. R. H,I 39 . Tab, 413. Lip THE CharaaersAre, THE Empalement A is bifid, and of one Leaf; B, is roundifh, Heart-fhaped, indented at the top Wings C, are nearly oval, and almoft as long as the at their Bafe; the KIeel D, is as long as the Wings, hath ten Stamina, E, joined at their Bafe in two Bo& by five oblong Summits. In the Center is fituated fupporting a tifing Style, G, terminated by an obt large, oblong," thick fhelled Pod, as H, with one C roundiflh comprefled Seeds, as G. THIS Genus of Plants is ranged in the fecond Se the Herbs with a Butterfly Flower, whofe Pointal b places it in the third Sedion. of his feventeenth Clafs, ten Stamina joined in two Borders. TH Specie reprefented here is, LuPINus calycibus verticilatis appendiculatis, 1 499. Lupine. with Whorl-fhaped Empalements, hav entire. This is the Lupinus peregrinus major, v greater, hairy Lupine,, with a large blue Flower, Coon THIs Sort is fuppofed to be a native of India, and an annual Plant, which rifes with a ftrong, firm, covered with a foft brownifh Down, dividing upwar with Hand-fhaped Leaves, compofed of nine, ten o barrow at their Bafe, where they join the Foot Stalk where they are broadeft; the Foot Stalks of the Lear placed in Whorls round the Stalks above each other, end of the Branches; they are large and of a beautift in Yuýyand the Seeds ripen in Autumn. There is a' is commorly called the Rofe Lupine, it differs from this Difference is permanent, for neither of the Sorts
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