Emily Dickinson’s Herbarium

It’s known that Emily Dickinson, one of my earliest favorite poets, was an extreme nature-lover, but I wasn’t aware that she had an Herbarium that she had pressed over 400 specimens into. It delicately exists in the collection of the Houghton Library at Harvard, but you can see the entire book online in all its botanical glory:

Tip from A Way To Garden

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