Series includes images of Hypericum, commonly called St. John's Wort, in the backyard of a brick and clapboard house with ornamental shrubs planted along the foundation, birdbath, stone path and small rabbit sculpture sitting on a fence post and in woodlands, as well as details of its yellow flowers, leaves, fruit, and growing habits.
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