Ref NoMS/411/7
TitleVolume 7
DescriptionBound volume containing 78 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 no title on the front, and the number '7' written on the spine. The following plants are listed showing the page number, the common name or names, and the Latin name in brackets:

294. Dropwort (Spirœa filipendula)
295. Common Avens, Herb Bennet (Geum urbanum)
296. Water Avens (Geum rivale)
297. Water Avens (Geum rivale, var. intermedium) Also two notes in ink
298. Wild Raspberry (Rubus idœus)
299. Bramble, Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus)
300. Bramble, Blackberry (Rubus fruticosus)
301. Dewberry (var.) (Rubus cœsius) ['Druce' is noted too]
302. Dewberry (Rubus cœsius)
303. Wild Strawberry (Fragaria vesca)
304. Haut Bois Strawberry (Fragaria moschata) ['Druce' is noted too]
305. Strawberry-leaved Potentilla (Potentilla fragariastrum) Also depicts four flower details
306. Creeping Cinquefoil (Potentilla reptans)
307. Tormentil (Potentilla tormentilla)
308. Hoary Potentilla (Potentilla argenta) Also detail of 'underside of leaf'
309. Spring Potentilla (Potentilla verna)
310. Procumbent Silbadia (Potentilla sibbaldi, Sibbaldia procombens) Also depicts two flower details
311. Shrubby Potentilla (Potentilla fruticosa)
312. Silver-weed (Potentilla anserina)
313. Rock Potentilla (Potentilla rupestris)
314. Marsh Cinquefoil (Potentilla palustris)
315. Lady's-mantle (Alchemilla vulgaris) Also depicts two flower details
316. [Lady's Mantle] (Alchemilla minor) Also depicts three leaf details and a flower detail
317. (Alchemilla alpestris) Also depicts two leaf details and three flower details
318. (Alchemilla acutidens) Also depicts two leaf details and a flower detail
319. Alpine Alchemilla (Alchemilla alpina)
320. Field Lady's-mantle, Parsley Piert (Alchemilla arvensis) Also depicts a leaf detail and two flower/seed details
321. Great Burnet (Sanguisorba officinalis)
322. Salad Burnet (Poterium sanguisorba)
323. Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria)
324. Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) Also depicts two flower detauls with ink-lettered notes
325. Sweetbriar (Rosa rubiginosa)
326. Dog Rose (Rosa canina)
327. Dog Rose (Rosa canina)
328. Field Rose, Trailing Rose (Rosa arvensis) Also depicts details of seed pods/hips
329. (Rosa omissa var. typica, Déségl) Also depicts details of two seeds
330. Crab-apple (Pyrus malus)
331. Crab-apple (Pyrus malus)
332. White Beam-tree (Pyrus aria)
333. Beam-tree (Pyrus aria)
334. Rowan-tree, Mountain Ash (Pyrus aucuparia)
335. Hawthorn, May, Whitethorn (Cratœgus oxyacantha)
336. Hawthorn, May, Whitethorn (Cratœgus oxyacantha)
337. Cotoneaster (Cotoneaster vulgaris) Also depicts branch detail and flower detail
338. Rose Bay, Flowering Willow (Epilobium angustifolium) Also depicts flower detail
339. Great Willow-herb (Epilobium hirsutum)
340. Small-flowered Hairy Willow-herb (Epilobium parviflorum)
341. Broad-leaved Willow-herb (Epilobium montanum) Also depicts detail of flower. ['Druce' is noted too]
342. [Possibly a hybrid between Epilobium parviflorum & montanum] ['Druce' is noted too]
343. [Square Stalked Willow-herb] (Epilobium tetragonum)
344. Marsh Willow-herb (Epilobium palustre)
345. Evening Primrose (Œnothera biennis)
346. (Œnothera odorata)
347. Enchanter's Nightshade (Circœa lutetiana)
348. Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria)
349. Water Purslane (Peblis portula) [Should be 'Peplis portula'] Also depicts two details of flowers
350. White Bryony (Bryonia dioica)
351. White Bryony (Bryonia dioica)
352. Mossy Tillœa (Tillœa muscosa) Also depicts detail of flower
353. Wall Pennywort (Cotyledon umbilicus)
354. Roseroot (Sedum rhodiola)
355. Orpine, Livelong (Sedum telephium)
356. Narrow-leaved Orpine (Sedum fabaria) Also depicts details of leaf, root system, flower ['Druce' is noted too]
357. English Stonecrop (Sedum anglicum) Also depicts flower details
358. Thick-leaved Sedum (Sedum dasyphyllum) Also depicts two flower details and a rooted plant detail
359. White Stonecrop (Sedum album)
360. Biting Stonecrop, Wall Pepper (Sedum acre) Also depicts three flower details
361. Rock Stonecrop (Sedum rupestre) Also depicts detail of flower
362. Reflexed-leaved Stonecrop (Sedum reflexum) Also depicts flower detail and branch detail
363. Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum)
364. Wild Gooseberry (Ribes grossularia)
365. Yellow Saxifrage (Saxifraga aizoides)
366. Cut-leaved Saxifrage, Ladies Cushion (Saxifraga hypnoides) Also depicts two details: leaf and flower
367. Meadow Saxifrage (Saxifraga granulata)
368. Rue-leaved Saxifrage (Saxifraga tridactylites)
369. [Irish Saxifrage] (Saxifraga rosacea)
370. Starry Saxifrage (Saxifraga stellaris) Also depicts detail of petal and seed (both labeled)
371. Kidney Saxifrage (Saxifraga geum)
372. Kidney Saxifrage (Saxifraga geum elegans) Also depicts details of leaves and petal
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' or per 'Mr Charles Nicholson'.
Creator NameGwatkin, J.R.G.
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