How the Wallflower came first, and why so called

Figure descriptions
A woman dressed in classical robes stands next to a tree. She reaches both arms up and holds onto the tree’s branches, which are covered in leaves and flowers. There are grasses and flowers on the ground. A dark brick wall with vines climbing up the lower half extends across the background of the illustration. Birds fly above the wall and two trees extend above it. The hand-drawn poem is contained within the illustration, to the left of the woman and in front of the dark brick wall. A border filled with a pattern of identical flowers surrounds the illustration, which is further contained by a double-ruled rectangular border. Full page.