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

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

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

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Filename: MN_389-004440LA090603_00120.jpg

Size: 8508 x 5724 (52MB)

Date: 3rd May 2011

© RBG KEW

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

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

© RBG KEW

Media ID 4992440

Artist Bamboo Foreground Landscape Leaves Marianne North Painting

Filename: MN_389-004440LA090603_00120.jpg

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