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Plant Hunter Gallery

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Henry Ridley
Henry Ridley
Portrait of E H Wilson
Portrait of E H Wilson
Chamaedorea linearis, 1823-1853
Chamaedorea linearis, 1823-1853
Ernest Henry Wilson
Ernest Henry Wilson
Joseph Rock (1884-1962)
Joseph Rock (1884-1962)
Henry Ridley and houseboat, Kuala Tembeling, Malaysia, 1911
Henry Ridley and houseboat, Kuala Tembeling, Malaysia, 1911
John Davenport Snowden and wife, Uganda 1916
John Davenport Snowden and wife, Uganda 1916
Joseph Rock and Elizabeth McClintock
Joseph Rock and Elizabeth McClintock
Kew Plant Collector
Kew Plant Collector
Seed Collection in the Namibian Desert
Seed Collection in the Namibian Desert
RBG Kew expedition to Malawi
RBG Kew expedition to Malawi
RBG Kew botanists Expedition to Jordan
RBG Kew botanists Expedition to Jordan
Henry Ridley Featured Image

Henry Ridley

When Henry Ridley took over directorship of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, (1888-1911)there were many overgrown jungle areas and he was tasked with making a preliminary forest survey. Ridley is holding a machete for cutting his way through the undergrowth, while his assistant is carrying a vasculum for any interesting specimens they might come upon.Ridley on foot from the Henry Ridley Papers, RBG Kew Archives HNR/1/2/9/66

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

Richard Spruce
Richard Spruce
William Turrill botanising
William Turrill botanising
Kewites and wives Kampala, Uganda, 1923
Kewites and wives Kampala, Uganda, 1923
Men laden with Brick tea for Tibet
Men laden with Brick tea for Tibet
Ernest Henry Wilson (1876-1930)
Ernest Henry Wilson (1876-1930)
Arthur Hill, Director of Kew 1922-41
Arthur Hill, Director of Kew 1922-41
Portrait of Charles Darwin, 1868, by Julia Margaret Cameron
Portrait of Charles Darwin, 1868, by Julia Margaret Cameron
John Hutchinson
John Hutchinson