Sloe or blackthorn (Prunus spinosa L.): flowering stem with separate fruit and segments of flower and fruit, also a description of the plant and its uses. Coloured line engraving by C.H.Hemerich, c.1759, after T.Sheldrake.
- Sheldrake, Timothy, active 1740-1770.
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Sloe fruit is used in liqueurs, the wood for turnery and the leaves for tea substitutes
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