Some notations penciled in.
Some staining, including heavy stain on upper right corner.
Digitized by Harvard Museum of Natural History 2006.
Drawings folded along vertical edge with first drawing on p.  and second drawing on p. . Drawing on p. , labeled Delphinium nudicaule is of nineteen views, mostly of petals and stamen, of plant with details in green, orange, yellow, and brown. Drawing on p. , labeled Saxifraga (aizoon) umbrosa, is of twelve views, mostly exterior, of plant including one larger view of entire flower; some detailing highlighted in orange, green, pink, and brown. "I" and "II" are penciled in along left edge.
Delphinium nudicaule, is a flowering herb commonly known as the canyon larkspur, red larkspur, orange larkspur, and canyon delphinium and is native to California and Oregon. Saxifraga umbrosa is a perennial plant.
This drawing is part of a series of botanical drawings created by the Blaschkas to reference in constructing glass models for the Botanical Museum of Harvard University.