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So I've taken a break from my Fallout coloring book but I am still coloring. I'm going to use this for my non-Fallout books.

 

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I got this book from the Pharmacy Museum in New Orleans. I love it so much. Fun and informative.

 

I'm doing my best to color this book as close to references as possible since they are real plants.

 

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Oh! If anyone is interested in the text and can't read it let me know and I'll post it separately from the coloring.

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