A white clover plant grown from a single seed, showing spreading habit.

White clover

A white clover plant grown from a single seed, showing spreading habit.

"A common native of pastures in England and many other parts of Europe, although rare in Scotland, a delicate and modest little flower, a universal favorite, both for its beauty and its fragrance. The flowers are small, in an umbel at the top of the scape, the limb of the corolla short and concave." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Cowslip

"A common native of pastures in England and many other parts of Europe, although rare in Scotland, a…

"Timothy Grass is a hard coarse grass with cylindrical spikes from 2 to 6 inches long. It is used mixed with other grasses for permanent pasture, and grows best in tenacious soils. It is extensively cultivated in North America. Timothy Hanson first recommended it, hence its name. Swine refuse it."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Timothy Grass

"Timothy Grass is a hard coarse grass with cylindrical spikes from 2 to 6 inches long. It is used mixed…

White pines coming into a pasture. On this land trees pay better than the poor pasture.

Pasture with trees

White pines coming into a pasture. On this land trees pay better than the poor pasture.

Trees in a pasture.

Trees in a pasture

Trees in a pasture.

Cattle at a watering hole.

Returning from pasture

Cattle at a watering hole.