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Plate from 1542 book “De historia stirpium commentarii insignes”. Text by Leonhart Fuchs and illustrations by Albrecht Meyer,...
Carolus von Linnaeus - London, 1807
petitcabinetdecuriosites: (via Pin by Kim Tackett on Botanical | Pinterest)
'A plate of Royal berries' from Lovett's Guide to Horticulture. Spring 1896. U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library ...
Michaelmas Daisies. Plate from ‘Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse’ by Edward Step (1896). archive.org/....
Swan River Daisy. Plate from ‘Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse’ by Edward Step (1896). Missouri Botanical Garden http:...
Gottlieb Tobias Wilhelm Monkshood 1810
Zebra-flowered arum, commonly known as jack-in-the-pulpit. The Botanical Magazine, vol. 24, 1806. Sydenham Edwards, illustrator.
Plate from The Botanical Magazine, Volume 1 (18th century). Author William Curtis (1746–1799)
A 19th century illustration of 'Helleborus niger' commonly called the Christmas Rose.
Ernst Haeckel, Nepenthaceae, 1904
W. L. Petermann, The Plant Kingdom 1857 - Gorgeous!
Antique vintage botanical teaching chart print
Plants Used In Clothing & Cordage (Hemp, Cotton & Flax), Plate XVIII (1877)
Paphiopedilum lowii from The Orchid Album, comprising coloured figures and descriptions of new, rare and beautiful Orchidaceous plants, Vol.9, 1897, by B.S. Williams illustration by John Nugent Finch
vintage botanical print.
Plate from Florilegium Amplissimum et Selectissimum (1612) Emanuel Sweert (1552-1612).
Pierre Joseph Redouté Yucca Aloifolia, Palm Lily or Spanish Dagger 1805-16
Study of Magnolia Blossom, 1891
Wildflowers East of the Rockies by Chester A. Reed (1910). Pitcher plant: Sarracenia purpurea, a carnivorous plant.