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BRITISH FLOWERING PLANTS
Plate XII. Facing page 34
Sweet Violet—Viola odorata (page 38)
Fig. 1. Plant (half natural size)
2. Flower
3. Calyx (with part of stalk, showing bracts)
4. Stamens
5 and 6. Pistil
7. Stamen (without appendage)
8. Stamen (with appendage)
9. Seed capsule
10. Seed capsule (open)
11 and 12. Seeds
Plate XIII. Facing page 38
Wild Pansy, or Heartsease—Viola tricolor (page 39)
Fig. 1. Plant (reduced)
2. Flower from a cultivated plant
3. Calyx
4. Seed capsule
5 and 6. Seeds.
Plate XIV. Facing page 38
Watenvort—Elatine triandra (page 41)
Fig. 1. Plant (natural size)
2. A single shoot (slightly enlarged)
3 and 4. Flower (natural size and enlarged)
5 and 6. Seed capsule (natural size and enlarged)
7. Seed (highly magnified)
Plate XV. Facing page 42
Carthusian Pink—Dianhus Carthnsiatiorum (page 42)
Fig. 1. Plant (reduced)
2. Portion of stem (showing bracts connected at base)
3. Tip of leaf, showing 3 veins and serrated margin
4. Flower
5. Petal
6. Calyx (with bracts)
7. Stamen (front and back view)
8. Anther (enlarged)
9. Ovary with two styles