Elizabeth Wirt's Floral Bookmark
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E. W. Wirt


Bookmark covered in images Iris, Lily, Aquiline, Rose Flowers


Grows flowers, adds effects to other plants


Burying in the ground

Collected by

Warehouse 12



Date of Collection



Origin[edit | edit source]

Elizabeth Washington Gamble (1781 - 1857) was published under the name E. W. Wirt most well know for authoring the book Flora's Dictionary. It was the first book to broadly popularize the concept of a language of flowers for American readers. Wirt is credited as the author of the first ever floriographical dictionaries which provided information on all sorts of flowers including their etymology and botany along with references in the literary world

Effects[edit | edit source]

Randomly Grows one of these when stuck in ground, effects limited to twenty feet around flowers: lily - Makes all surrounding plants poisonous to cats Iris - Increases scent of all plants around it Rose - All plants grow sharp thorns Aquiline - All plants become poisonous (to all)

Collection[edit | edit source]

Sits in a copy of Wirt's book (non-artifact) in the Greenhouse

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