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Images Dated 28th July 2011

Choose from 69 images in our Images Dated 28th July 2011 collection.


835. A climbing Plant of Old Calabar Featured 28 Jul 2011 Image

835. A climbing Plant of Old Calabar

Aristolochia Goldieana, Hook. f. is one of the most singular of the many species of its genus,, having the largest flowers of any yet known. It is a native of western tropical Africa, and living plants or seeds of it were sent to this country about t

© RBG KEW

Aristolochiaceae, Art, Artist, Calabar, Climbing, Leaves, Marianne North, Old, Painting, Plant

836. A Brazilian Columnar Cactus Featured 28 Jul 2011 Image

836. A Brazilian Columnar Cactus

Upwards of a thousand species of Cactaceae are known, nearly all of them inhabiting America, and ranging from Chili and Buenos Ayres in the south to about 50????? N. lat., their greatest concentration being in Mexico. They vary in stature from an inch o

© RBG KEW

Art, Artist, Brazilian, Cactus, Columnar, Leaves, Marianne North, Painting

814. View in the Garden of Acclimatisation, Teneriffe Featured 28 Jul 2011 Image

814. View in the Garden of Acclimatisation, Teneriffe

The plant with yellow flowers in the left corner is a species of Sonchus, behind which rise the crimson spikes of an Aloe ; and at the back is a fine American Wigandia, with broad leaves and large clusters of blue flowers. In front of the cypress, on

© RBG KEW

Acclimatisation, Art, Artist, Garden, Landscape, Leaves, Marianne North, Painting, Plant, Sonchus, Teneriffe, V Iew, Yellow Flower