In 'The Filiation of Manuscripts of DER NATUREN BLOEME', Go to end 3. Hogenhout-Mulder reports on an investigation into the textual tradition of this work. She proceeds according to the Dees method, in which, unlike in traditional genealogical research, the ordering of the manuscripts on the basis of their common readings and making statements about the correctness of the readings are separated. ... In this contribution I want to make an attempt to give M a place in the family tree. To this end I have compared all manuscripts that have rules corresponding to M, namely A, B, D, E, Al, H, L, Lo, Br, V and Wo, with each other and with M. I, like Mrs Hogenhout-Mulder, proceeded according to the Dees method. In the following section I would like to report on my findings. First of all I will discuss the distinction between the subfamilies, then the possible intermediary nature of the manuscripts and finally the orientation that leads to the final family tree.