National Geographic : 1964 Dec
,CHROMEBYJOSEPH J. SCHEI In a bower of red and green on the patio of the American Colony Hotel, Mrs. Vester pursues her hobby of painting wild flowers. Some of her water colors ornament greeting cards and illustrate a little book, Flowers of the Holy Land. Blue lupine fills whole fields in Galilee be tween Nazareth and Tiberias in late spring. PAINTINGSBY BERTHASPAFFORDVESTER iemones, or windflowers, nod in white, lavender across the countryside of the d. Some scholars deem them the "lilies of that outshone "Solomon in all his glory." am in gardens the world around. foot loves rocky soil. It shows ship to the common buttercup.