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How to Press Flowers

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natural imagination color

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Fungi specimens in the Oxford University Herbarium

Fungi specimens in the Oxford University Herbarium

Vegetable dyes

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Learning how to make vegetable & plant dyes.

Though only a few of Dickinson's poems were printed during her lifetime, many people remembered receiving one of them, often tucked into an exquisite bouquet that she had grown and arranged herself. These interests can be traced in her literary work as well. Indeed, more than two-thirds of Dickinson's lyrical letters to family and chosen friends and one-third of her brilliantly idiosyncratic poems have wildflowers or other flowers as their subject.

Emily Dickinson’s Herbarium, digital facsimile. By permission of the Houghton Library, Harvard University; via poets

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