Bloodroot flower

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“Nature, pervades the air, where grow the modest blue-eyed violets, the fragrant trailing arbutus, spicy and sweet, the funny Jack-in-the-pulpit, without which no collection of wild flowers would be complete, and there also maybe found the rare and beautiful bloodroot, whose stay is so short one can scarce catch a glimpse of its pure, white blossoms ere they vanish.” -Beard, 1906


Lina beard and Adelia B. beard Recreations for Girls (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1906) 244


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