29 June, 2011


To draw blisters. E. Chieranthodes L. (WORM-SEED MUSTARD.) Grew along the branching banks of the river, a blanched yellow, along coarse ditch rocks. Streams of grey water diverged away and back into the mass stream. Often flowers came in July or August, their leaves lancing out angled low, last of the spring to show, mustard and minutely, and came its narrow annual run of pods opened perennially in pedicels, beeports, roughish places, erect, resembling many things I supposed but caught in the S sound, slender scarce small short ascending from the sterile soil with a stem of simple thickness obtusely toothed in the entirety, far from the sea, very.