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491. The Six-headed Cocoanut Palm of Mahe, Seychelles

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Like the majority of Palms the cocoanut only branches in consequence of some injury to its terminal growing point. The Doum is an exception. (See 360.) The white-flowered plant is the American Vanilla, V. planifolia, Andr., much cultivated in the Sey

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Media ID 5081864

Date: 25th May 2011

Filename: MN_491-004440LA090603_00048.jpg

Image Size: 5856 x 8556 Pixels

Filesize is 32.27MB

Associated Categories: Marianne North

Keywords: amercian banilla, art, artist, cocanut, cocoanut palm, landscape, leaves, mahe, marianne north, painting, plams, seychelles