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‘Wake, Dearest’ A page from the facsimile edition of Burne-Jones’ Flower Book, one of 38 watercolour designs reproduced by Henri Piazza et Cie, for the Fine Art Society, London in 1905. ‘Wake, Dearest!’ probably refers to the Arum triphyllum flower, which has the common names ‘Wake Robin’, ‘Memory Root’, ‘Devil’s Ear’, or ‘Jack-in-the-Pulpit’
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heaveninawildflower:

‘Wake, Dearest’ A page from the facsimile edition of Burne-Jones’ Flower Book, one of 38 watercolour designs reproduced by Henri Piazza et Cie, for the Fine Art Society, London in 1905. ‘Wake, Dearest!’ probably refers to the Arum triphyllum flower, which has the common names ‘Wake Robin’, ‘Memory Root’, ‘Devil’s Ear’, or ‘Jack-in-the-Pulpit’

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