Author:Frederick Edward Hulme

Frederick Edward Hulme
English teacher & botanist


  • Plant Form, 1868
  • Familiar Wild Flowers, 1878–1905, ninth volume posthumous
  • Suggestions in Floral Design,, 1880
  • The Flags of the World: Their History, Blazonry, and Associations (1896)
  • Wild fruits of the Country-side, 1902
  • Proverb Lore: Many sayings, wise or otherwise, on many subjects, gleaned from many sources, 1902
  • Butterflies and Moths of the Countryside, 1903
  • Wild Flowers in their Seasons, 1907
  • Familiar Swiss flowers, 1908
  • Cryptography: or, The history, principles, and practice of cipher-writing
  • Myth-land
  • Natural History, Lore and Legend; Being some few Examples of quaint and by-gone Beliefs, gathered in from divers Authorities, Ancient and mediaeval, of Varying Degrees of Reliability
  • Plants, their natural growth and ornamental treatment
  • That Rock-garden of Ours
  • The History, Principles, and Practice of Heraldry
  • The History, Principles, and Practice of Symbolism in Christian Art
  • The Town, College, and Neighbourhood of Marlborough

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