Bethlehem, Penn., H.D.'s birthplace: There is a blue sign near the site where H.D. was born at 10 E. Church St. reading, "Hilda Doolittle (H.D.). The renowned poet was born here on Sep 10, 1886; died in Zurich, Sep 27, 1961. H.D. sought the Hellenic spirit and a classic beauty of expression. She is buried in nearby Nisky Hill Cemetary. 'O, give me burning blue.'" There is a lesson online on historic Moravian Bethlehem created by the National Park Service.
Bethlehem, Penn., Nisky Hill Cemetery, H.D.'s grave: A photos have been uploaded to Findagrave.com and Adam Richter wrote a nice article about the seashells people leave behind in the Sunday, September 28, 2008 issue of the Express-Times published in Easton, Penn. The blog entry about the article has a nice photo.
Freesia: The freesia entry of La Main Verte (France, French only)
Hepatica: A photograph is available from the Tree of Life.
Hyacinth, Grape: In "Pursuit," H.D. writes "a wild-hyacinth stalk is snapped:/the purple buds--half ripe--/show deep purple/where your heel pressed." It always reminded me of grape hyacinth (Muscari armeniacum) at Ohio State University's WebGarden.
Kenwin: Kenwin, a film directed by Véronique Goël. (English/German, Geneva, Switzerland, August 1996.)