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Language of flowers by Kate Greenaway (Illustrator) Published: 1884, George Routleage & Sons, London Picture book by famed 19th-century children's book illustrator Kate Greenaway designed as an illustrated list of over 200 plants and their figurative equivalents. Also includes a selection of flower-related verse such as "To a Mountain Daisy" by Robert Burns