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Nature, my friend

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  • 1. FROM OUR GRANDPARENTS
    Flowers and leaves of oak, acacia, lime, forse, birch, hornbeam, Kerr, maple, poplar, elm, grape vine, willow, honeysuckle, lemon, fennel, Leustean, thyme, wild chestnut, peony, blackberry, fern, sprig of pine.
    Maria Tuca
  • 2. MARAR
    AND THYME
  • 3. PRESSED
    LEAVES
  • 4. PRESSED
    LEAVES
  • 5. SPRIG
    OF PINE
  • 6. HERBS
  • 7. OAK
    LEAF
  • 8. DRIED
    FLOWERS
  • 9. HERBS
  • 10. HERBS
  • 11. DRIED
    FLOWERS
  • 12. HERBS
  • 13. FLOWERS
    LIME
  • 14. Medicinal
    HERBS
  • 15. HERBS