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406. Touch-me-not 'and Sugar-Birds at Tulbagh, South Africa.

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In front the purple flowers and pale green leaves of Melianthus major, Linn., or Touch-me-not (Dutch : Truytje roer my niet-literally Gertie, touch-me-not), so called because every part of the plant has a nauseous smell; behind male plants of Leucade

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Media ID 5049529

Date: 16th May 2011

Filename: MN_406-004440LA090603_00126.jpg

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Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords:  art  artist  flowers  leaves  marianne north  painting  purple  south africa  touch me not  tulbagh