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389. Cycads. Screw-pines and Bamboos, with Durban in the distanc

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Cultivated in the Durban Botanic Garden, though most of the plants are natives of the country. The Cycads are chiefly species of Zamia, with a small plant of the endemic Stangeria paradoxa, T. Moore, in the foreground on the left. The last is remarka

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 4992440

Date: 3rd May 2011

Filename: MN_389-004440LA090603_00120.jpg

Image Size: 8508 x 5724 Pixels

Filesize is 38.92MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: art, artist, bamboo, cycads, durban, foreground, landscape, leaves, marianne north, painting, srews pines