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Background imageGreen Collection: Mentha spicata, 1830

Mentha spicata, 1830
Illustration f Mentha spicata, also known as mint, from Getreue Darstellung und Beschreibung der in der Arzneykunde Gebrauchlichen Gewachse by F.G. Hayne, 1830

Background imageGreen Collection: Petroselinum crispum, 1765

Petroselinum crispum, 1765
Illustration of Petroselinum crispum, also known as parsley, from Herbarium Blackwellianum by Elizabeth Blackwell, 1765

Background imageGreen Collection: Rhus coriaria, 1773

Rhus coriaria, 1773
Illustration of Rhus coriaria, also known as sumac, from Herbarium Blackwellianum by Elizabeth Blackwell, 1773

Background imageGreen Collection: Foeniculum vulgare, 1832

Foeniculum vulgare, 1832
Illustration of Foeniculum vulgare, also known as fennel, from Flora Indica by unknown Indian artist for William Roxburgh, 1832

Background imageGreen Collection: Matricaria chamomilla, 1866

Matricaria chamomilla, 1866
Illustration of Matricaria chamomilla, also known as wild chamomile or German chamomile, from English Botany by James Sowerby, 1866

Background imageGreen Collection: Artocarpus incisa, 1788-1812

Artocarpus incisa, 1788-1812
Current accepted plant name is Artocarpus altilis, commonly known as breadfruit. Illustration made on hand-coloured copper engraving on laid-paper from Icones Plantarum Medicinalium by Joseph Jacob

Background imageGreen Collection: Ornithogalum nutans, 1794

Ornithogalum nutans, 1794
Illustration of Ornithogalum nutans, commonly known as drooping star-of-Bethlehem. Hand-coloured lithograph on paper by unknown artist, 1794

Background imageGreen Collection: Flowering almond (Prunus dulcis), woodblock print and manuscript on paper, 1828

Flowering almond (Prunus dulcis), woodblock print and manuscript on paper, 1828
Wood block print and manuscript on paper, Japan, 1828. The wood block prints meassure approximately 25 cm in height. The wood block print is from Honzo Zufu or Illustrated manual of medicinal plants

Background imageGreen Collection: Cucumis sativus, cucumber

Cucumis sativus, cucumber. Joseph Jacob Plenck, Icones Plantarum Medicinal, Vol. 7, 1803. Tab. 698 t. 698

Background imageGreen Collection: Cyphomandra betacea - Tamarillo - Tree Tomato

Cyphomandra betacea - Tamarillo - Tree Tomato
19825155, SOLANACEAE, Cyphomandra betacea

Background imageGreen Collection: Rhododendron macgregoriae

Rhododendron macgregoriae
1967-44903 EDIN, ERICACEAE, Rhododendron macgregoriae, New Guinea

Background imageGreen Collection: Ipomoea horsfalliae var. briggsii

Ipomoea horsfalliae var. briggsii
1969-17744, CONVOVULACEAE, Ipomoea horsfalliae var. briggsii

Background imageGreen Collection: Anemone hupehensis

Anemone hupehensis
2009-1220 JOFW, RANUNCULACEAE, Anemone hupehensis

Background imageGreen Collection: Juglens nigra, Alburyensis

Juglens nigra, Alburyensis
1960-42701 SXTN, JUGLANDACEAE, Juglens nigra, Alburyensis

Background imageGreen Collection: Stangeria eriopus

Stangeria eriopus

Background imageGreen Collection: Ballochia rotundifolia

Ballochia rotundifolia

Background imageGreen Collection: 60. Flor de Pascua or Easter Flower at Morro Velho, Brazil

60. Flor de Pascua or Easter Flower at Morro Velho, Brazil
This plant, Euphorbia pulcherrima, Willd. (syn. Poinsettia pulcherrirma, Grah.), is a native of Central America, commonly cultivated in England, but it is not usual to see such large inflorescences

Background imageGreen Collection: 28. Group of Sago-yielding Cycads in the Botanic Garden at Rio J

28. Group of Sago-yielding Cycads in the Botanic Garden at Rio J
Behind some Date Palms (Phoenix dactylifera, Linn.). In the right foreground is the trunk of a Camphor tree with Vanilla growing thereon. The cycad is Cycas circinalis, Linn

Background imageGreen Collection: courtyard by the Princess of Wales

courtyard by the Princess of Wales Conservatory

Background imageGreen Collection: caanda geese

caanda geese
courtyard by the Princess of Wales Conservatory

Background imageGreen Collection: verbena and fennel

verbena and fennel
purple flowers in colour spectrum display

Background imageGreen Collection: Salvia

Salvia
salvia leaves

Background imageGreen Collection: Cycas rumphii

Cycas rumphii
glossy young cycad leaf

Background imageGreen Collection: Drosera auriculata

Drosera auriculata
close up of a sundew carniverous plant with a fly

Background imageGreen Collection: The Breadfruit, painted at Singapore

The Breadfruit, painted at Singapore
Oil on board, no date. According to the Official Guide to the North Gallery, Fifth Edition, 1892, ; The Breadfruit, Artocarpus incisa, Linn

Background imageGreen Collection: Tacca artocarpifolia, Seem

Tacca artocarpifolia, Seem
Original illustration from Curtiss Botanical Magazine, published as plate 6124, 1st October 1874. Watercolour and pencil on paper

Background imageGreen Collection: Richardia hastata, Hook. (Halbert-leaved Richardia)

Richardia hastata, Hook. (Halbert-leaved Richardia)
Original illustration from Curtiss Botanical Magazine, published as 5176, 1st April 1860. Watercolour and pencil on paper

Background imageGreen Collection: Helleborus argutifolius

Helleborus argutifolius, (holly-leaved hellebore). Family: Ranunculaceae

Background imageGreen Collection: Helleborus orientalis

Helleborus orientalis. Family: Ranunculaceae

Background imageGreen Collection: Galanthus nivalis Magnet

Galanthus nivalis Magnet snowdrop. Family: Amaryllidaceae

Background imageGreen Collection: Actinidia kolomikta

Actinidia kolomikta. Family: Actinidiaceae. A climber with unusual, variegated leaves, splashed with pink and white, kolomikta vine has small flowers with a fragrance similar to that of

Background imageGreen Collection: Flowering wisteria

Flowering wisteria in the Iris Dell, Wakehurst place, Sussex. To the southeast of the Black Pond is a water body and waterfall surrounded by Japanese irises, maples and rhododendrons

Background imageGreen Collection: Punica granatum, pomegranate

Punica granatum, pomegranate. Joseph Jacob Plenck, Icones Plantarum Medicinal, Vol. 4, 1791, Tab. 376, t. 376

Background imageGreen Collection: Juglans regia (walnut), 1887

Juglans regia (walnut), 1887
Illustration of Juglans regia from Kohlers Medicinal Plants, 1887

Background imageGreen Collection: Cocos nucifera (coconut), 1887

Cocos nucifera (coconut), 1887
Illustration of Cocos nucifera commonly known as coconut from Kohler; Kohlers Medicinal Plants, 1887, Plate 234

Background imageGreen Collection: Tamarindus indica, 1887

Tamarindus indica, 1887
Tamarindus indica, commonly known as tamarind, Köhler's Medizinal Pflanzen, 1887, volume 2, Plate 180

Background imageGreen Collection: Kale and Brussels Sprouts varieties

Kale and Brussels Sprouts varieties
A chromolithograph of Borecoles or Kale and Brussels Sprouts varieties. Source: Album Benary, 1876. Creator Ernst Benary (1819-1893)

Background imageGreen Collection: Commidendrum rugosum

Commidendrum rugosum
1970-4387 KENR, COMPOSITAE, Commidendrum rugosum

Background imageGreen Collection: 441. Green-flowered Ixia, and other Cape Singularities

441. Green-flowered Ixia, and other Cape Singularities
The blue-green Ixia viridiftora, Lam. is the most noteworthy in this selection of flowers, painted at Ceres. There is, or was

Background imageGreen Collection: 350. Red and green Cyrtanthus, Crassula, and Orchids, South Afri

350. Red and green Cyrtanthus, Crassula, and Orchids, South Afri
On the left Cyrtanthus obliquus, Ait. with yellow Polystachya pubescens, Reichb. f. and on the right the fleshy-leaved Crassula perfoliata, Linn

Background imageGreen Collection: 341. The Oleander

341. The Oleander
Nerium odorum, Sol. is a native of tropical Asia, and very commonly cultivated in gardens for its handsome flowers, which are much used in the decoration of temples

Background imageGreen Collection: 255. Indian Rhododendrons and North American Honeysuckle

255. Indian Rhododendrons and North American Honeysuckle
The Rhododendrons are R. cinnabarinum, Hook, f. yellow and red, and R.formosum, Wall. and the Honeysuckle Lonicera sempervirens, Ait

Background imageGreen Collection: 254. Foliage and Fruit of the Cherimoyer

254. Foliage and Fruit of the Cherimoyer
Anona Cherimnolia, Mill. is a delicious fruit of Peru. Several other species of the same genus yield excellent fruits, as A. reticulata, L. See 275

Background imageGreen Collection: Barleria observatrix

Barleria observatrix

Background imageGreen Collection: 182. Study of the Plant of Life. 182. Study of the Plant of Life

182. Study of the Plant of Life. 182. Study of the Plant of Life
This is Bryophyllum calycinum, Salisb. with Ipomoea purpurea, L. and Thunbergia alata, Boj. plants naturalised in Jamaica

Background imageGreen Collection: 165. Cultivated and Wild Flowers, Jamaica

165. Cultivated and Wild Flowers, Jamaica
Large inflorescence of Spathodea campanulata, Beauv. a West African Bignoniacea, with flowers of Cordia spp. a Rubiacea, and of the blue Clitorica ternatea, L

Background imageGreen Collection: 153. Foliage, flowers, and fruit of the Coffee, Jamaica

153. Foliage, flowers, and fruit of the Coffee, Jamaica
This is a small tree or shrub, native of the mountains of eastern tropical Africa, now cultivated and naturalised in the lower mountainous regions of many other tropical countries

Background imageGreen Collection: 142. Ground Orchid, Carqueja and Giant Snail, Brazil

142. Ground Orchid, Carqueja and Giant Snail, Brazil
Epistephium sclerophyllum, Lindl. Baccharis trimera, DC. and a Bulimus. The Carqueja, or Carqueja amargosa, is a curious member of the Compositae having wing like expansions on the stem in lieu of




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