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Solanum melongena, aubergine Featured Botanical Art Image

Solanum melongena, aubergine

Solanum melungena (Solanum melongena), aubergine (eggplant). REGNAULT Nicolas Francois (1746-c.1810) and Genevive de Nangis REGNAULT (b.1746). La Botanique mise a la portee de tout le Monde: ou collection des Plantes d'usage dans la Medecine, dans les Alimens et dans les Arts.Vol.1, 1774. 68

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Aubergine, Black, Botanical Art, Botanical Illustration Cookery, Culinary, Edible, Eggplant, Flower, Flowering, Flowers, Foliage, Food, Fruit, Fruiting Body, Fruits, Genevive De Nangis, La Botanique Mise A La Port E De Tout Le Monde, La Botanique Mise A La Portée De Tout Le Monde, Leaf, Leaves, Melongena, Melungena, Nicolas Franc Ois, Nicolas François, Nightshade, Petals, Pink, Purple, Regnault, Solanaceae, Solanum, Watercolor, Watercolors, Watercolour, Watercolours

47. Flowers of Datura and Humming Birds, Brazil Featured Botanical Art Image

47. Flowers of Datura and Humming Birds, Brazil

Datura arborea, Linn., is a native of tropical America, and is commonly cultivated in other countries, as it grows like a rank weed. It is better known in English greenhouses under the name Brugmansia arborea, Pers. See 132, 227, and 689 The leaves a

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Art, Artist, Brazil, Flower, Leaves, Marianne North, Painting, Water, Weed

Tamarindus indica, tamarind Featured Botanical Art Image

Tamarindus indica, tamarind

Hand painted copy of an illustration of tamarind, commissioned by William Roxburgh. In his Flora Indica, Roxburgh describes this species as a magnificent tree, one of the largest in India. It generally flowers in May and ripens its fruit during the cold season. Roxburgh also reports an extract of a letter of Captain Pringle at Lucknow, where the qualities and the uses of various parts of this plant are explained. Other names: Tintri, Tintiree (Sanskrit); Tintiree, Tintil, Tentool (Bengali); Umli, Amli (Hindi); Chinta-chittoo (Telugu)

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