Gerard's Herbal
List of Illustrations

Vol. 1

Fig. 1. Meadow Grass (1)

Fig. 2. Small Meadow Grass (2)

Fig. 3. Red Dwarf Grass (1)

Fig. 4. White Dwarf grass (2)

Fig. 5. Small Hard Grass (3)

Fig. 6. Rush Grass (4)

Fig. 7. Corn Grass (1)

Fig. 8. Reed Grass (2)

Fig. 9. Millet Grass (1)

Fig. 10. Great Water Grass (2)

Fig. 11. Darnel Grass (1)

Fig. 12. Wild Reed (2)

Fig. 13. Lesser Reed Grass (3)

Fig. 14. Feather-top (1)

Fig. 15. Fern-Grass (2)

Fig. 16. Greater Wood-Grass (3)

Fig. 17. Great Fox-tail Grass (1)

Fig. 18. Small Fox-tail Grass (2)

Fig. 17. Great Bastard Fox-tail grass (3)

Fig. 18. Small Bastard Fox-tail grass (4)

Fig. 21. Small Cat's-Tail Grass

Fig. 22. Cyperus Grass (1)

Fig. 23. Rushy Water-Grass. (2)

Fig. 24. Water-Grass. (1)

Fig. 25. Spiked Water-Grass. (2)

Fig. 26. Float-Grass (1 above, 2 below)

Fig. 27. Kneed-Grass (1)

Fig. 28 Water Kneed-Grass (2)

Fig. 29. Bearded Panic Grass (1)

Fig. 30. Small Panic Grass (2)

Fig. 31. Single Eared Panic Grass (3)

Fig. 32. Hedgehog Grass (1)

Fig. 33. Hairy Grass (2)

Fig. 34. Round-headed Silver-Grass (3)

Fig. 35. Hairy Wood-Grass (1)

Fig. 36. Cyperus Wood-Grass (2)

Fig. 37. Sea Spike-Grass (1)

Fig. 38. Salt-marsh Spike-Grass (2)

Fig. 39. Sea Rush-Grass (3)

Fig. 40. Marsh Rush-Grass (4)

Fig. 41. Great Cypress Grass (5)

Fig. 42. Small Cypress Grass (6)

Fig. 43. Water Cypress Grass (7)

Fig. 44. Spike Cypress Grass. (8)

Fig. 45. Wood Rushy-Grass (9)

Fig. 46. Couch-Grass, or Dog's-Grass (1)

Fig. 47. Knotty Dog's-Grass (2)

Fig. 48. Sea Dog's-Grass (1)

Fig. 49. Sea Couch-Grass (2)

Fig. 50. Upright Dog's-Grass (1)

Fig. 51. Ladies' Laces (2)

Fig. 52. Dew-Grass (1)

Fig. 53. Cock's-foot Grass (2)

Fig. 55. Great Narrow-leaved Cyperus Grass (1)

Fig. 56. Bastard Cyperus (2)

Fig. 57. Long Bastard Cyperus (3)

Fig. 58. Round Bastard Cyperus (4)

Fig. 59. Millet Cyperus Grass (5)

Fig. 60 . Mountain Haver-Grass (1)

 Fig. 61. Capon-tail Grass (2)

Fig. 62. Cotton Grass (1)

Fig. 63. Water Gladiole (2)

Fig. 64. English Galingale (1)

Fig. 65. Round Galingale (2)

Fig. 66. Round Salt-march Cyperus (5)

Fig. 69. Greater and lesser Galingale

Fig. 70. Round Zedoary

Fig. 71. Rushes (1, 4 & 3)

Fig. 72. Common Reed (1)

Fig. 73. Cyprus Canes (2)

Fig. 74. Reeds and Canes (3-6)

Fig. 75. Sugar Cane

Fig. 76. Flowering Reed

Fig. 77. Paper Reed

Fig. 78. Pliny's Mat-weed (1)

Fig. 79 Hooded Mat-weed (2)

Fig. 80. English Mat-weed (3)

Fig. 81. Small English Mat-weed (4)

Fig. 82. Feathered Grass (6)

Fig. 83. Camels' Hay (1)

Fig. 84. Bastard Camels' Hay (2)

Fig. 85. Branched Bur-reed (1)

Fig. 86. Great Water-Bur (2)

Fig. 87. Cat's Tail

Fig. 88. Stitchwort

Fig. 89. Branched Spiderwort(1)

Fig. 90. Unbranched Spiderwort(2)

Fig. 91. Candy Spiderwort (3)

Fig. 92. True Spiderwort (4)

Fig. 93. Virginian Spiderwort (5)

Fig. 94. Fleur-de-lys (1)

Fig. 95. Water-flag or Water Fleur-de-lys (2)

Fig. 96. Fleur-de-Lys (1-3).

Fig. 97. Fleur-de-lys (4-7)

Fig. 98. German Fleur-de-lys (8)

Fig. 99. Variable Fleur-de-lys (1)

Fig. 100. Turkey Fleur-de-lys (2)

Fig. 101. Variable Fleur-de-lys (3-6)

Fig. 102. Narrow-leafed and Dwarf Fleur-de-lys (7-9)

Fig. 103. Yellow Dwarf Iris (10)

Fig. 104. Variegated Dwarf Iris (11)

Fig. 105. Stinking Gladdon

Fig. 106. The feigned figure of Ginger

Fig. 107. The true figure of Ginger

Fig. 108. True Acorus with flower (2)

Fig. 109. True Acorus without flower

Fig. 110. The true Aromatical Reed of the ancients (3)

Fig. 111. White Wheat (1)

Fig. 112. Bearded or Red Wheat (2)

Fig. 113. Flat Wheat (3) and Double-eared Wheat. (4)

Fig. 114. Bright Wheat (5)

Fig. 115. Rye.

Fig. 116. Spelt corn.

Fig. 117. Starch Corn

Fig. 118. Common Barley

Fig. 119. Bear Barley, or Barley Big

Fig. 120 Naked Barley

Fig. 121 Wall Barley

Fig. 122. St. Peter's Corn (1)

Fig. 123. Haver Grass (2)

Fig. 124. Common Oats

Fig. 125. Naked Oats

Fig. 126. Wild Oats (1)

Fig. 127. Drawk, or Small Wild Oats (2)

Fig. 128. Bearded Wild Oats

Fig. 129. Burnt Corn (1-3)

Fig. 130. Darnel (1)

Fig. 131. Red Darnel (2)

Fig. 132. Rice

Fig. 133. Millet

Fig. 134. Corn of Asia (1)

Fig. 135 Turkey Corn (2)

Fig. 136. The form of the ears of Turkey Wheat (3)

Fig. 137. Yellow and Red Turkey Wheat (4, 5)

Fig. 138. Blue Turkey Wheat (6)

Fig. 139. Turkey Millet

Fig. 140. Indian Panic (1)

Fig. 141. Blue Panic (2)

Fig. 142. West Indian Panic (3)

Fig. 143. Common or German Panic (4)

Fig. 144. Wild Panic (5)

Fig. 145. Canary Seed (1)

Fig. 146. Quaking Grass. (2)

Fig. 147. Pearl Grass (3)

Fig. 148. Fox-tail

Fig. 149. Job's Tears

Fig. 150. Buckwheat.

Fig. 151. Cow-wheat (1-4)

Fig. 152. Wild Cow-wheat (1)            Fig. 153. Eyebright Cow-wheat (3)

Fig. 154. White Asphodel (1)

Fig. 155. Branched Asphodel. (2)

Fig. 156. Red Asphodel (3)

Fig. 157. Yellow Asphodel (4)

Fig. 158. Dwarf Asphodel (5)

Fig. 159 King's Spear (1)

Fig. 160. Lancashire Asphodel (2)

Fig. 161. The true Lancashire Asphodel. (3)

Fig. 162. Onion Asphodel.

Fig. 163. Yellow Lily (1)

Fig. 164. Day-Lily (2)

Fig. 165. Broadleaved Bulbous Fleur-de-lys (1)

Fig. 166. Onion Fleur-de-lys (2)

Fig. 167. Changeable Fleur-de-lys (3)

Fig. 168. Many-branched Changeable Fleur-de-lys (4)

Fig. 169. Yellow bulbed Fleur-de-lys. (5)

Fig. 170. Ash-coloured Fleur-de-lys (6)

Fig. 171. Whitish Fleur-de-lys. (7)

Fig. 172. Spanish Nut (1)

Fig. 173. Small Spanish Nut (2)

Fig. 174. Velvet Fleur-de-lys

Fig. 175. French Corn-flag, or Sword-flag (1)

Fig. 176. Italian Corn-flag, or Sword-flag (2)

Fig. 177. Water sword-flag (4)

Fig. 178. Starry Hyacinth (1)

Fig. 179. White Flowered Starry Hyacinth (2)

Fig. 180. Starry Hyacinths (3, 4, 6)

Fig. 181. Somers' Starry Hyacinth (8)

Fig. 182. Greater Starry Summer Hyacinth (9)

Fig. 183. Lesser Starry Summer Hyacinth (10)

Fig. 184. Hyacinth of Peru (13)

Fig. 185. Small Autumn Hyacinth (1)

Fig. 186. Great Autumn Hyacinth (2)

Fig. 187. English Harebell (1)

Fig. 188. White English Harebell. (2)

Fig. 189. Blue Oriental Hyacinth (4)

Fig. 190. Many-flowered Oriental Hyacinth.

Fig. 191. Oriental hyacinths (6-9)

Fig. 192. Oriental Hyacinth with leaves on the stalk. (10)

Fig. 193. Double Flowered Oriental Hyacinth (11).

Fig. 194. Greater dusky-flowered Spanish Hyacinth (14)

Fig. 195. Lesser Spanish Hyacinth (15)

Fig. 196. Tuberous-rooted Indian Hyacinth (16)

Fig. 197. Fair-haired Hyacinths (1,2 3, 5)

Fig. 198. Blue grape-flower

Fig. 199. Great Grape-flower

Fig. 200. Sky-coloured Grape-flower (8)

Fig. 201. Yellow Musked Grape-flower (1)

Fig. 202 Ash-coloured Grape-flower (2)

Fig. 203. The stalk of Muscari with seed-vessels.

Fig. 204. Woolly Hyacinth.

Fig. 205. False Bombast Hyacinth (1)

Fig. 206. Flower of Tigris (2)

Fig. 207. Purple Circled Daffodil (1)

Fig. 208. Late many-flowered Daffodil with the Saffron-coloured middle.(4)

Fig. 209. Daffodils (5-8)

Fig. 210. Daffodils (9-12)

Fig. 211. Double Daffodil with a divers coloured middle. (13)

Fig. 214. Milk-white Daffodil. (14)

Fig. 213. Rush Daffodil (15)

Fig. 214. Late Flowering Rush Daffodil.(16)

Fig. 215. Rose or round flowered Iunquilia (17)

Fig. 216. White Iunquilia with the large cup. (18)

Fig. 217. White reflex Iunquilia. (19)

Fig. 218. Lesser reflex Iunquilia (19)

Fig. 219. Double Iunquilia. (20)

Fig. 220. Persian Daffodil (21)

Fig. 221. Great Winter Daffodil (22)

Fig. 222. Timely Spring Daffodil. (23)

Fig. 223. Small Winter Daffodil (24)

Fig. 224. Yellow or Bastard Daffodils. (1-4)

Fig. 225. White Bastard Daffodil (5)

Fig. 226. Nonpareil Daffodil (1)

Fig. 227. Double Yellow Daffodil (3)

Fig. 228. Indian or Jacobean Narcissus (5)

Fig. 229. Least Rush-leaved Mountain Narcissus.(6)

Fig. 230. Mountain Narcissus with a curled cup (7)

Fig. 231. Least mountain white Narcissus (8)

Fig. 232. Tulips (1-4)

Fig. 233. Tulips (5-8)

Fig. 234. Purple Tulip (9)

Fig. 235. Bright Red Tulip (10)

Fig. 236. Tulips (11-16)

Fig. 237. Tulips (17-21)

Fig. 238. Vermilion Tulip (22)

Fig. 239. White and red striped Tulip (23)

Fig. 240. Red and Yellow Fool's Coat. (24)

Fig. 241. Sulphur-coloured Tulip (25)

Fig. 242. Red Tulip with Pale Edges (26)

Fig. 243. Late-flowering Yellow Tulip (27)

Fig. 244. Late flowering Yellow Tulip with sanguine spots and a black bottom.(28)

Fig. 245. White Holias with sanguine spots and streaks (29)

Fig. 246. A middle Tulip of a deep purple colour with a bluish bottom.

Fig. 247. Early bulbous Violet (1)

Fig. 248. Byzantine Early Bulbous Violet (2)

Fig. 249. Late Bulbous Violet (3)

Fig. 250. Many-flowered Great Bulbous Violet (4)

Fig. 251. Least Autumn Bulbous Violet (5)

Fig. 252. Chequered Daffodil (1)

Fig. 253. Changeable Chequered Daffodil (2)

Fig. 254. Lesser dark yellow Fritillary (3)

Fig. 255. Early White Fritillary (9)

Fig. 256. Saffron with and without flower.

Fig. 257. Early wild Saffron (1)

Fig. 258. Small wild Saffron (2)

Fig. 259. Wild Saffron (3-6)

Fig. 260. Whitish-blue Autumn Mountain Saffron (7)

Fig. 261. White Autumn Saffron (8)

Fig. 262. Narrow Leaved Spring Saffron with a violet flower (9)

Fig. 263. Broad Leaved Spring Saffron with a yellow flower and purple streaks (10)

Fig. 264. Double flowered streaked Spring Saffron (11)

Fig. 265. Broad-leaved purple-flowered Saffron (12)

Fig. 266. Spring Saffron with an ash-coloured streaked flower (13)

Fig. 267. Broad-leaved Spring Saffron with a double yellow streaked flower (14)

Fig. 268. Purple English Meadow Saffron (1)

Fig. 269. White English meadow saffron (2).

Fig. 270. Hungary Meadow Saffron (3)

Fig. 271. Small Spanish Meadow Saffron (4)

Fig. 272. Varicoloured Lesser Mountain Saffron (5)

Fig. 273. Greek or Illyrian Meadow Saffron (6)

Fig. 274. Assyrian Meadow Saffron (7)

Fig. 275. Mountain Wild Saffron (8)

Fig. 275. Broad-leaved Meadow Saffron (9) & Parti-coloured Meadow Saffron (10)

Fig. 277. Meadow Saffrons (11-14)

Fig. 278. True Hermodactyl (15)

Fig. 279. Star of Bethlehem (1)

Fig. 280. Yellow Star of Bethlehem (2)

Fig. 281. Star of Hungary (3)

Fig. 282. Lesser Spanish Star-flower (4)

Fig. 283. Dwarf Yellow Star of Bethlehem (5)

Fig. 284. One-leaved Bulb (6)

Fig. 285. Great Arabic Star-flower (7)

Fig. 286. Spike-fashioned Star Flower (8)

Fig. 287. Neapolitan Star-flower. (9)

Fig. 288. White Onion (1)

Fig. 289. Longish Spanish Onion (3)

Fig. 290. Scallions (4)

Fig. 291. Common Spanish Squill (1)

Fig. 292. Great Squill, or Sea Onion (2)

Fig. 293. Sea Onion of Valencia (3)

Fig. 294. Red Flowered Sea Daffodil (4)       Fig. 295. White Sea Daffodil (6)

Fig. 296. Headed or set Leek (1)

Fig. 297. Cut or unset Leek (2)

Fig. 298. Chives

Fig. 299. French or Vine Leeks

Fig. 300. Wild Leek

Fig. 301. Garlic. (1)

Fig. 302. Wild Garlic with Red Cloves. (2)

Fig. 303. Crow-Garlic (1)

Fig. 304. Ramsons (2)

Fig. 305. Great Mountain Garlic (1)

Fig. 306. Clusius' Mountain Garlic (2)

Fig. 307. Lesser Leek-leaved Garlic (3)

Fig. 308. Viper's Garlic (4)

Fig. 309. Broad-leaved Mountain Garlic or Victorialis (5)

Fig. 310. Dioscorides' Moly (1)

Fig. 311. Serpent's Moly (2)

Fig. 312. Homer's Moly (3)

Fig. 313. Indian Moly (4)

Fig. 314. Caucafon, or Yellow Moly (5)

Fig. 315. Yellow-flowered broad-leaved Moly (6)

Fig. 216 Dwarf White-flowered Moly (7)

Fig. 317. The first Narcissus-leaved Moly (1)

Fig. 318. The second Narcissus-leaved Moly (2)

Fig. 319. The third Narcissus-leaved Moly (3)

Fig. 320. The first Broad-leaved Mountain Moly (4)

Fig. 321. The second Mountain Moly (5)

Fig. 322. The third Mountain Moly (6)

Fig. 323. The fourth Mountain Moly, the first kind (7)

Fig. 324. The fourth Mountain Moly, the second kind (8)

Fig. 325. The fifth Mountain Moly (9)

Fig. 326 White Lily (1)

Fig. 327. Constantinople White Lily (2)

Fig. 328. Gold-red Lily (1)

Fig. 329. Red Lily (2)

Fig. 330. Fiery Red Lily (3)

Fig. 331. Red Bulb-bearing Lily (4)

Fig. 332. Red Lily with bulbs growing along the stalk (5)

Fig. 333. Small Red Lily (6)

Fig. 334. Great Mountain Lily (1)

Fig. 335. Small Mountain Lily (2)

Fig. 336. Red Constantinople Lily (1)

Fig. 337. Purplish-Red Constantinople Lily (2)

Fig. 338. Light Red Constantinople Lily (3)

Fig. 339. Many-flowered Vermilion Constantinople Lily (4)

Fig. 340. Red Narrow-leaved Lily (1)

Fig. 341. Spotted Yellow Mountain Lily (3)

Fig. 342. Unspotted Yellow Mountain Lily (4)

Fig. 343. The Persian Lily

Fig. 344. Crown Imperial

Fig. 345. Double Crown Imperial

Fig. 346. Crown Imperial with Seed

Fig. 347. Dog's Tooth (1)

Fig. 348. White Dog's Tooth (2)

Fig. 349. Great Dog's Stones (1)

Fig. 350. White Dog's Stones (2)

Fig. 351. Spotted Dog's Stones (3)

Fig. 352. Marsh Dog's Stones (4)

Fig. 353. Lesser Austrian Dog's Stones (5)

Fig. 354. Male Fool's Stones (1)

Fig. 355. Female Fool's Stones (2)

Fig. 356. Lesser Spotted Fool's Stones (3)

Fig. 355. Goat's Stones (1-4)

Fig. 358. Butterfly Satyrion (1)

Fig. 359. Gnat Satyrion (2)

Fig. 360. Humble Bee Orchis (3)

Fig. 361. Wasp Orchis (4)

Fig. 362. Bee Orchis (5)

Fig. 363. Fly Satyrion (6)

Fig. 364. Yellow Satyrion (7)

Fig. 365. Small Yellow Satyrion (8)

Fig. 366. Orchids or Satyrions (9-12)

Fig. 367. Soldier's Cullions (13)

Fig. 368. Spider Satyrion (14)

Fig. 369. Small gnat Satyrion (15)

Fig. 370. Narrow Leaved Satyrion (16)

Fig. 371. Lady Traces (1)

Fig. 372. Triple Lady Traces (2)

Fig. 373. Friesland Lady Traces(3)

Fig. 374. Liėge Lady Traces (4)

Fig. 375. Male Satyrion Royal (1)

Fig. 376. Female Satyrion Royal (2)

Fig. 377. Austrian Handed Satyrion (3)

Fig. 378. Orchids and Satyrions (1-4)

Fig. 379. Satyrions (5-7)

Fig. 380. Frog Satyrion (8)

Fig. 381. The other Frog Satyrion (9)

Fig. 382. Marsh Dragon Satyrion (1)

Fig. 383. The other Marsh Dragon Satyrion (2)

Fig. 384. The third Handed Marsh Satyrion (3)

Fig. 385. Creeping Satyrion (4)

Fig. 386. The greatest Handed Satyrion (5)

Fig. 387. Bird's Nest.

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