. The language of flowers: or, Floral emblems of thoughts, feelings, and sentiments ... Flower language. PEPPERMINT. suffuse it with its rosy hues, but the redness which guilt imparts, for this plant is the hiding place of a culpable nymph.'' PEPPERMINT {Mentha piperita).—WA.-KUT-R OF Sentiment. Proserpina is said to have discovered a rival, in intrigue with his sable majesty, her husband. The goddess, justly indignant, changed that rival into this plant, which seems to combine in its distinct effects upon the palate the coldness of fear with the warmth of love. We cultivate this plant under t

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. The language of flowers: or, Floral emblems of thoughts, feelings, and sentiments ... Flower language. PEPPERMINT. suffuse it with its rosy hues, but the redness which guilt imparts, for this plant is the hiding place of a culpable nymph.'' PEPPERMINT {Mentha piperita).—WA.-KUT-R OF Sentiment. Proserpina is said to have discovered a rival, in intrigue with his sable majesty, her husband. The goddess, justly indignant, changed that rival into this plant, which seems to combine in its distinct effects upon the palate the coldness of fear with the warmth of love. We cultivate this plant under t Stock Photo
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. The language of flowers: or, Floral emblems of thoughts, feelings, and sentiments ... Flower language. PEPPERMINT. suffuse it with its rosy hues, but the redness which guilt imparts, for this plant is the hiding place of a culpable nymph.'' PEPPERMINT {Mentha piperita).—WA.-KUT-R OF Sentiment. Proserpina is said to have discovered a rival, in intrigue with his sable majesty, her husband. The goddess, justly indignant, changed that rival into this plant, which seems to combine in its distinct effects upon the palate the coldness of fear with the warmth of love. We cultivate this plant under t
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. The language of flowers: or, Floral emblems of thoughts, feelings, and sentiments ... Flower language. PEPPERMINT. suffuse it with its rosy hues, but the redness which guilt imparts, for this plant is the hiding place of a culpable nymph.'' PEPPERMINT {Mentha piperita).—WA.-KUT-R OF Sentiment. Proserpina is said to have discovered a rival, in intrigue with his sable majesty, her husband. The goddess, justly indignant, changed that rival into this plant, which seems to combine in its distinct effects upon the palate the coldness of fear with the warmth of love. We cultivate this plant under the name of Peppermint, and we owe to it the lozenges which bear its name, and also a valuable essence of much use in medicine. THE PERIWINKLE.—Pleasing Remembrances. Already have the winds purified the atmosphere, scat- tered the seeds of vegetation over the earth and chased away the gloomy clouds; the air is fresh and pure, the sky seems lifted higher above our head, the greenness of the grass is revived on all sides, and the trees are covered with leaf-buds. Nature is about to deck herself with flowers, but first she prepares the back-ground of her pictures; she covers them with a general tint of verdure which is infinite in variety, which rejoices our eyes and fills our hearts with hope. For some time we have found in sheltered spots, the violet, the IS!. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Tyas, Robert, 1811-1879. London, New York, G. Routledge and sons