Niether photo is great but we can see that the unknown
maker included blocks drawn from nature.
Webster's caption for "Original Floral Design":
"This quilt contains twenty blocks, each of a different design. The border is composed of festoons decorated with cockscomb and sprays of flowers. A southern Indiana quilt made about 1825."
That date is doubtful. We've now seen a lot more quilts 100 years later and most authorities would date it as mid-century. It's in a private collection and the project documentation notes that it's still in good shape.
Some of the blocks seem to have been drawn from plants.
See the Indiana Project file here:
Detail of an album sampler made for Rev. & Mrs. William George Eggleston
from the collection of Colonial Williamsburg
Botanical blocks are rather unusual. Here's a compound flower or fruit among the typical red and green blocks in a Maryland/Washington top dated 1844-1847. The botanical block is signed "E. R. Moore E[llicotts]. Mills"
Maybe E.R. Moore was depicting Pokeweed
Another quiltmaker with a good eye for the natural world
from the Indiana Project.
A wreath block on the Eggleston's quilts is inked:
"I love to look at nature pure,Margaret illustrates the prevailing philosophy these quiltmakers embraced, a romantic view of nature with a reverence for the natural world, inspiring botanizing, poetry and applique florals.
I love to dwell on friendship's past,
And think it all forever sure
In one eternal rest at last.
Margaret Dushane Balt. '46"