National Geographic : 1950 Aug
Shakespearean Actors Rehearse on the Site of the House Where the Poet Died in 1616 Flowers mentioned in his works fill the interknotted beds of the Elizabethan "Knott" Garden. O National Geographic Society 191 Kodachromes by B. Anthony Stewart Roadside Wildflowers Brightened the Journey of the Botanizing Author Left: Primula farinosa. Right center: yellow tormentil, "St. Columba's flower." Below it: chervil. Extreme right: Wordsworth's favorite-"There's a flower that shall be mine, 'tis the little Celandine." All are enlarged.