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Coffea arabica, coffee
Coffea arabica, coffee
Crocus sativus, 1887
Crocus sativus, 1887
Zingiber officinale, ginger
Zingiber officinale, ginger
Solanum lycopersicum, Tomatoes
Solanum lycopersicum, Tomatoes
Tulip Baquet Rigaux Optimus, 1740
Tulip Baquet Rigaux Optimus, 1740
Tamarindus indica, tamarind
Tamarindus indica, tamarind
Elettaria cardamomum, cardamom
Elettaria cardamomum, cardamom
Study of Coco de Mer - Lodicea sechellarum
Study of Coco de Mer - Lodicea sechellarum
Theobroma cacao, cocoa
Theobroma cacao, cocoa
Fenugreek
Fenugreek
Coriandrum sativum, coriander
Coriandrum sativum, coriander
Curcuma longa, turmeric
Curcuma longa, turmeric
Study of Coco de Mer - Lodicea sechellarum Featured Image

Study of Coco de Mer - Lodicea sechellarum

Illustration of the germinating nut, a snake twined around one of the trees and also a drawing of the cross section of the nut. The illustration includes hand written notes by Gordon on different aspects of the plant.
Major Charles George Gordon, (Charley Gordon and later Chinese Gordon') was one of the most celebrated soldiers and diplomats of the Victorian era. A somewhat eccentric character, Gladstone described him as a hero, and a "hero of heroes". His violent death at Khartoum was commemorated by George William Joy's painting General Gordon's Last Stand (1885). Sir Joseph Hooker enlisted Gordon's services in the collection of plants while Charles was appointed Governor of the Egyptian Equatorial Provinces. In 1881, Gordon went as Commanding Royal Engineer to Mauritius, and while visiting the Seychelles became interested in the Coco-de-mer. Specimens of both this tree and the breadfruit tree were sent by Gordon to Kew. In 1882 Gordon also sent an illustrated letter to Kew outlining the possibility of the Seychelles being the site of the Biblical Garden of Eden, also suggesting that the breadfruit tree was the Tree of Life and the Coc-de-Mer the Tree of Knowledge

© The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Sinapsis alba, mustard
Sinapsis alba, mustard
Myristica fragrans, nutmeg
Myristica fragrans, nutmeg
Buddleia colvilei, Smith M
Buddleia colvilei, Smith M
Buddleia crispa, Fitch W
Buddleia crispa, Fitch W
Nymphaea carpentariae, Andre Leu
Nymphaea carpentariae, Andre Leu
Coffea plant, Company Art
Coffea plant, Company Art
Onion, Allium cepa
Onion, Allium cepa
Citrus hystrix, Kaffir lime
Citrus hystrix, Kaffir lime
Rosmarinus officinalis, rosemary
Rosmarinus officinalis, rosemary
Thymus vulgaris, thyme
Thymus vulgaris, thyme
Cucumis sativus, cucumber
Cucumis sativus, cucumber
Cocos nucifera (coconut), 1887
Cocos nucifera (coconut), 1887
Coffea plant, Company Art Featured Image

Coffea plant, Company Art

Flowers and beans of Coffea arabica: coffee plant. Watercolour by Manu Lall, an example of Company Art, 19th century commissioned from Indian artists by British East India Company employees and associates

© RBG KEW

Art, Artist, Beans, Beverage, Coffea, Coffea Arabica, Color, Colour, Company Art, Company School, Drink, East India Company, Flowers, Illustration, Leaves, Manu Lall, Painting, Styles

Flowers and Fruit of Prunus mume
Flowers and Fruit of Prunus mume
Anemone hupehensis
Anemone hupehensis
Cymbidium hookerianum orchid
Cymbidium hookerianum orchid
Cuminum cyminum, cumin
Cuminum cyminum, cumin
Lactuca sativa, lettuce, 1791
Lactuca sativa, lettuce, 1791
Punica granatum, pomegranate
Punica granatum, pomegranate
Juglans regia (walnut), 1887
Juglans regia (walnut), 1887
Zea mays, corn
Zea mays, corn
Tamarindus indica, tamarind
Tamarindus indica, tamarind
Pisum sativum, garden pea
Pisum sativum, garden pea
Vitis vinifera, grapes
Vitis vinifera, grapes
Asparagus officinalis, asparagus
Asparagus officinalis, asparagus
Flowers and Fruit of Prunus mume Featured Image

Flowers and Fruit of Prunus mume

Flowers and Fruit of Prunus mume from "The Useful Plants of Japan, described and illustrated" published by the Agricultural Society of Japan, 1895. Prunus mume, the Chinese plum or Japanese apricot, traditionally heralds early spring. Ume were originally cultivated for their fruits, and used to make pickles, but the beauty of the trees blossoms led to associations including resilience, longevity and good health, as well as inspiring poets and artists

© The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Varieties of apples
Varieties of apples
Kew Road and Entrance to Kew Gardens
Kew Road and Entrance to Kew Gardens
Atropa belladonna - Deadly nightshade
Atropa belladonna - Deadly nightshade
Nymphaea Piyatarp
Nymphaea Piyatarp
Nymphaea Piyalarp
Nymphaea Piyalarp
Nymphaea carpentariae x violacea
Nymphaea carpentariae x violacea
Nymphaea, Kew, Stowaway blues
Nymphaea, Kew, Stowaway blues
Nymphaea Rattana Ubol
Nymphaea Rattana Ubol
Nymphaea Carlas Sonshine
Nymphaea Carlas Sonshine
Nymphaea Bimini Twist
Nymphaea Bimini Twist
Nymphaea Carlos Magdalena
Nymphaea Carlos Magdalena
Nymphaea violacea x colorata
Nymphaea violacea x colorata
Nymphaea thermarum is the smallest waterlily in the world
Nymphaea thermarum is the smallest waterlily in the world
Coelogyne pandurata
Coelogyne pandurata
Acacia retinodes
Acacia retinodes
Cyphomandra betacea - Tamarillo - Tree Tomato
Cyphomandra betacea - Tamarillo - Tree Tomato
Commidendrum rugosum
Commidendrum rugosum
Abutilon Boule De Neige
Abutilon Boule De Neige
Rhododendron macgregoriae
Rhododendron macgregoriae
Ipomoea horsfalliae var. briggsii
Ipomoea horsfalliae var. briggsii
Capsicum annuum
Capsicum annuum