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Images Dated 2011 June

Images Dated 2011 June: 2 Jun 2011

2 Jun 2011 Collection
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Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 8 Jun 2011

8 Jun 2011
Preparing the soil for Palm House bedding plants

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 10 Jun 2011

10 Jun 2011
Planting out bedding, RBG Kew

Images Dated 2011 June: 16 Jun 2011

16 Jun 2011 Collection
67 Items

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 17 Jun 2011

17 Jun 2011
Nelumbo nucifera

Images Dated 2011 June: 29 Jun 2011

29 Jun 2011 Collection
2 Items

Images Dated 2011 June: 30 Jun 2011

30 Jun 2011 Collection
70 Items

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 609. Tea Gathering in Mr. Holles Plantation at Garoet, Java

609. Tea Gathering in Mr. Holles Plantation at Garoet, Java
The volcano of Goentoen in the distance. In the right foreground Coffee bushes, a Cypress, and some trees of Canarium commune, L

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 658. Distant View of Mount Fujiyama, Japan, and Wistaria

658. Distant View of Mount Fujiyama, Japan, and Wistaria
This beautiful, hardy, climbing shrub Wistaria chinensis, DC. is a native of China and Japan, and was introduced into this country about the year 1816

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 624. Curious Plants from the Forest of Matang, Sarawak, Borneo

624. Curious Plants from the Forest of Matang, Sarawak, Borneo
On the left, attached to a trunk, are the bladder-like leaves of Dischidia Collyris, Wall. (Asclepiadaceae); and the red ribbon-like bodies bearing numerous small flowers are the inflorescences of

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 527. Cherokee Rose with the Peak of Teneriffe in the distance

527. Cherokee Rose with the Peak of Teneriffe in the distance
The Cherokee Rose (R. laevigata, Michx.) although very common in the South- eastern States of North America is only a colonist there; its native country being China

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 671. Foliage of a Cinnamon and Atlas Moth

671. Foliage of a Cinnamon and Atlas Moth
The pea-like flower is Clitoria Ternatea, Linn. Observe the Caterpillar and Chrysalis of the Moth (Attacus sp)

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 561. A new Pitcher Plant from the limestone mountains of Sarawak

561. A new Pitcher Plant from the limestone mountains of Sarawak
This, Nepenthes Northiana, Hook. f. has one of the largest pitchers of any known species. In consequence of seeing this painting, Messrs

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 602. A Bornean Crinum

602. A Bornean Crinum
This plant (Crinum Northianum, Baker), is common enough in Borneo, yet it was not previously known to botanists. Around the doorway, beginning on the left, are Cissus discolor, Blume, from Borneo

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 613. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of the Pepper plant

613. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of the Pepper plant
The pepper plant (Piper nigrum, L.) is a native of S. India. White and black pepper are from the same plant. Whole black pepper is the ripe fruit untouched

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 614. The Turong, or Pigeon Orchid in Borneo, and a purple-brown

614. The Turong, or Pigeon Orchid in Borneo, and a purple-brown
The former (Dendrobium crumenatum, Lindl.) comes into blossom simultaneously on all the plants about every nine weeks, and the trees

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 568. View down the river at Sarawak, Borneo

568. View down the river at Sarawak, Borneo
Boathouse and Palms (Areca Catechu, L.) in the foreground

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 577. Flowers and Fruit of the Mangosteen, and Singapore Monkey

577. Flowers and Fruit of the Mangosteen, and Singapore Monkey
The Mangosteen (Garcinia Mangostana, Linn.) is a native of Malacca, and it is esteemed by many as the best of all tropical fruit

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 505. Common Aloe in Flower, Teneriffe

505. Common Aloe in Flower, Teneriffe
The rocky slope covered with a dense thicket of the same plant, (Aloe vera, L.) which is a native of South Africa. Aloes or Bitter Aloes is the dried juice of this and other species of the genus

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 511. Dragon Tree in the Garden of Mr. Smith, Teneriffe

511. Dragon Tree in the Garden of Mr. Smith, Teneriffe
The Dragon Tree, or more correctly the Dragons Blood Tree (Dracaena Draco, L.), is a native of Teneriffe, and is one of the most celebrated trees in the annals of natural history

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 661. Study of Japanese Chrysanthemums and Dwarfed Pine

661. Study of Japanese Chrysanthemums and Dwarfed Pine
The Japanese delight in dwarfing normally big trees; and they have brought the art to such a degree of perfection that they can keep them down to the size of the one represented to a very

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 506. Dragon Tree at Orotava, Teneriffe

506. Dragon Tree at Orotava, Teneriffe
This is the largest descendent of the famous tree of which a short history is given under 511

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 639. Japanese Flowers

639. Japanese Flowers
Forsythia viridissima, Lindl (yellow), Azalea, Camellia, and Paeonia Moutan, Sims. The variegated foliage at the top is of Cleyera Fortunei, Hook. f

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 638. Foliage and Fruit of Sterculia parviflora

638. Foliage and Fruit of Sterculia parviflora
The lower seed-vessels ripe and open, exposing the seeds to view. Each cluster of seed-vessels is the product of a single flower. See 281

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 566. View from the Istana, Sarawak, Borneo

566. View from the Istana, Sarawak, Borneo
Ducu or Dookhau fruit (Lansium domesticum, Jack.) in front

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 520. Orange Flowers and Fruits, painted in Tenerife

520. Orange Flowers and Fruits, painted in Tenerife
The Orange (Citrus Aurantium, Risso) is cultivated in many parts of the South of Europe, and in other countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 697. Group of Wild Flowers of Java, from Tosari

697. Group of Wild Flowers of Java, from Tosari
These flowers were from an elevation of 6000 feet. The most noteworthy flower in the group is the fine large Forget-me-not in the centre

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 534. Orchid and Ferns of Sarawak, Borneo

534. Orchid and Ferns of Sarawak, Borneo
The Orchid is Eria ornata, Lindl. and the ferns are Polypodium Phymatodes and P. drynaria

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 641. Japanese Chrysanthemums, cultivated in this country

641. Japanese Chrysanthemums, cultivated in this country

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 563. A Mangrove Swamp in Sarawak, Borneo

563. A Mangrove Swamp in Sarawak, Borneo
Various trees and shrubs, belonging to different natural families, that constitute the vegetation of the tidal swamps of warm countries

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 525. Old Manor of Castro, Teneriffe

525. Old Manor of Castro, Teneriffe
Tree-heath (Erica arborea, L.) and Cinerarias (Cineraria cruenta, L.) in blossom. This is the wild parent of the many coloured varieties of Cineraria grown in greenhouses in this country

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 510. View of the Peak from the bridge of Icod, Teneriffe

510. View of the Peak from the bridge of Icod, Teneriffe
Bananas and Date Palms in the foreground

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 503. Dragon Tree at San Juan de Rambla, Teneriffe

503. Dragon Tree at San Juan de Rambla, Teneriffe

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 683. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of a Malayan Tree

683. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of a Malayan Tree
This is Saraca declinata, Miq. a member of the Leguminosae

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 640. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of Eugenia, Sarawak, Borneo

640. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of Eugenia, Sarawak, Borneo
Flowers of E. grandis, Wight, fruit of E. aquea, Burm. f

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 676. Leaf-Insects and Stick-Insects

676. Leaf-Insects and Stick-Insects
The singular forms assumed by these insects have suggested the names leaf -insect, stick-insect, &c. and these names are most appropriate

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 557. View of Matang and River, Sarawak, Borneo

557. View of Matang and River, Sarawak, Borneo
Palms (Arenga saccharifera, Labill. &c.) and Mangosteens in the foreground. Toddy, or Palm Wine, an intoxicating drink, is made from the Arenga and sugar is obtained by boiling

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: Restored Marianne North Gallery Interior

Restored Marianne North Gallery Interior

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 573. Mouth of the Kuching River, Sarawak

573. Mouth of the Kuching River, Sarawak

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 552. Flowers and Fruit of the Pomelo, a branch of Hennah, and Fl

552. Flowers and Fruit of the Pomelo, a branch of Hennah, and Fl
Hennah (Lawsonia inermis, Linn.) yields a dye much used by Eastern ladies to dye their hair, eyelids, finger nails, &c. The Pomelo is a variety of Shaddock (Citrus decumana, Linn.)

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 547. View of the River from the Rajahs Garden, Sarawak

547. View of the River from the Rajahs Garden, Sarawak
Crinum august, Roxb. Costus speciosus, Sm. Bamboos (Dendrocalamus), Durian, Mango trees, &c. in the foreground

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: Restored Marianne North Gallery Interior

Restored Marianne North Gallery Interior

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: Restored Marianne North Gallery Interior

Restored Marianne North Gallery Interior

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: Broadwalk planting with the Orangery

Broadwalk planting with the Orangery in the back ground

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: Cambridge cottage garden

Cambridge cottage garden

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: Helenium flowers

Helenium flowers
COMPOSITAE, Helenium flowers, Sahins Early Flowerer

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 696. Banana, American Aloe, and Cypress, in a Garden, Java

696. Banana, American Aloe, and Cypress, in a Garden, Java
This Banana, Musa coccinea, Roxb. does not bear an edible fruit. A gave americana, Linn. the American Aloe, is wholly different from the true Aloes of South Africa. See 383, 386, etc

Background imageImages Dated 2011 June: 684. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of the Sacred Lotus in Java

684. Foliage, Flowers, and Fruit of the Sacred Lotus in Java
The roots and seeds of Nelumbium speciosum, Willd. were eaten by the Egyptians in the time of Herodotus, as they are at the present time in India; but it long ago disappeared from Egypt-how long ago




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