Ref NoMS/411/5
TitleVolume 5
DescriptionBound volume containing 59 watercolour paintings of flowering plants, mostly British, as well as labels and details of the date and location that the flower was found. The bound volume has 'Scraps'' emboldened on the front, and the number '5' written on the spine and pasted on top of a spine-length strip with hand-lettered flower names but these do not seem to relate to what is in the volume. The following plants are listed showing the page number, the common name or names, and the Latin name in brackets:

207. [Crane's Bill] (Erodium)
208. Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella)
209. [Small Balsam] (Impatiens parviflora)
210. [Himalayan Balsam] (Impatiens glandulifera)
211. Orange Balsam (Impatiens fulva)
212. [Field] Maple (Acer campestre)
213. Sycamore (Acer pseudo-platanus) Also depicts twp details, one of seeds
214. Holly (Ilex aquifolium) Also depicts detail of flower
215. Holly (Ilex aquifolium)
216. Spindle Tree (Euonymus europœus)
217. Spindle Tree (Euonymus europœus)
218. Common Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus) Also depicts two flower details
219. Common Buckthorn (Rhamnus catharticus)
220. Alder Buckthorn (Rhamnus frangula) Also depicts two flower details
221. Alder Buckthorn (Rhamnus frangula)
222. Furze. Gorse. Whin (Ulex europœus) Also depicts detail of seed
223. Dwarf Furze (Ulex nanus)
224. Dyer's Green-weed (Genista tinctoria)
225. Hairy Green-weed (Genista pilosa) Also depicts three details of flowers and pencilled note "underside of leaf"
226. Needle Greenweed. Petty Whin (Genista anglica)
227. Broom (Cytisus scoparius)
228. Restharrow (Ononis arvensis, var. repens) Also depicts detail of seed
229. Restharrow (Ononis arvensis, var. repens)
230. Sickle Medick (Medicago falcata, var. sylvestris) Also depicts three details of seed, leaf, flower
231. Lucerne (Medicago sativa) Also with pencilled note "Very plentiful on sides of railway - from Saunderton to Beaconsfield"
232. Black Medick. Nonsuch (Medicago lupulina) Also depicts detail of seed
233. Toothed Medick (Medicago denticulata) ['Druce' is written in pencil too]
234. Spotted Medick (Medicago maculata)
235. Common Melilot (Melilotus officinalis) Also depicts three details of flowers and seed
236. Field Melitot (Melilotus arvensis)
237. White Melitot (Melilotus alba) Also depicts two details of flower and seed
238. Crimson Clover (Trifolium incarnatum)
239. Hare's Foot Trefoil (Trifolium arvense)
240. Sulphur Clover (Trifolium ochroleucum) Also depicts four details, two of flowers
241. Red or Purple Clover (Trifolium pratense)
242. Zigzag or Meadow Clover (Trifolium medium)
243. SeaClover (Trifolium maritemum)
244. Knotted Clover (Trifolium striatum)
245. Rough Clover (Trifolium scabrum)
246. Subterranean Clover (Trifolium subterraneum) Also depicts two details, one of flower
247. Strawberry Clover (Trifolium fragiferum) Also depicts detail of closed flower
248. White or Dutch Clover (Trifolium repens)
249. Alsike Clover (Trifolium hybridum) ['Druce' is written in pencil too]
250. Hop Clover (Trifolium procumbens) Also depicts detail of indeterminate part of the plant
251. Lesser Clover (Trifolium minus) Also depicts detail of leaf
252. Slender Clover (Trifolium filiforme)
253. Bird's Foot Trefoil (Lotus corniculatus)
254. Bird's Foot Trefoil (Lotus uliginosus or corniculatus) ['Druce' is written in pencil too]
255. (Lotus siliguosus)
256. Long-podded Trefoil, Slender Trefoil (Lotus angustissimus) Also depicts detail of seed
257. Kidney Vetch, Lady's Fingers (Anthyllis vulneraria)
258. Red Lady’s-fingers, Red Kidney Vetch (Anthyllis vulneraria var. coccinea)
259. Purple Milk Vetch (Astragalus danicus/hypoglottis) Also depicts three details of flower, leaf, seed
260. Milkvetch (Astragalus glycyphyllos)
261. Sweet Milk Vetch (Astragalus glycyphyllus) Pencilled note: "a trailing plant"
262. Hairy Mountain Milkvetch, Purple Oxytropis (Oxytropis uralensis)
263. [Crown Vetch] (Coronella varia) Also depicts two details of stem (note: "much ribbed") and flower
264. Bird's Foot (Ornithopus perpusillus) Also depicts two details of leaves/seed pods and leaves/flower
265. [Nootka Lupine] (Lupinus Nootkatensis)
266. Horse-shoe Vetch (Hippocrepis comosa)
267. Sainfoin (Onobrychis sativa) Also depicts a detail of indeterminate part of plant
Date1919-1937
LevelFile
Extent1 bound volume
NotesN.B. Some of the notes of locations and dates of flowers appear to have been acquired by Gwatkin through other people as it sometimes states 'per [through] Dr H. Clarke', or 'per R.L. Smith' or 'per E.M. Marsden Jones' or 'per C.D. Heginbothom' or 'the Rev Canon Goddard' or 'per Miss Vachell' or 'per Mrs Copland-Griffiths' or 'per E. C-G.' or 'per Mr Norman Hadden' or 'per Mrs Colville' or 'per Miss Austen-Leigh' or 'per A. Young' or 'per Mrs Baker' or 'per Miss Hardcastle'.
PrevRefNoMS/411e
Creator NameGwatkin, J.R.G.
Access_StatusOpen
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