Cannabis sativa . Hemp plant Scientific drawing from c1900

Cannabis sativa . Hemp plant Scientific drawing from c1900 Feel free to add your own pics in comments. (A) flowering male and (B) seed-bearing female plant, actual size; 1 male flower, enlarged detail; 2 and 3 pollen sac of same from various angles; 4 pollen grain of same; 5 female flower with cover petal; 6 female flower, cover petal removed; 7 female fruit cluster, longitudinal section; 8 fruit with cover petal; 9 same without cover petal; 10 same; 11 same in cross-section; 12 same in longitudinal section; 13 seed without hull. Latina: Cannabis sativa. Date: 1887 From Franz Eugen Köhler's Medizinal-Pflantzen. Published and copyrighted by Gera-Untermhaus, FE Köhler in 1887 (1883–1914). Author: Walther Otto Müller (1833–1887) German botanist, bryologist, lichenologist, author and botanical illustrator Public Domain #marijuana #botany #illustration #drawing #hemp

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