Artist: Schutt, Ellen Isham, 1873-1955 Scientific name: Citroncirus webberi Common name: citranges Variety: Citrange Geographic origin: Washington, D.C., United States Physical description: 1 art original : col. ; 17 x 26 cm. NAL note: Watercolor includes mock up for the Yearbook of Agriculture (1906) Specimen: 37437 Year: 1906 Notes on original: Citrus hybrid; #772 Date created: 1906-11-19

Artist: Schutt, Ellen Isham, Scientific name: Citroncirus webberi Common name: citranges Variety: Citrange Geographic origin: Washington, D., United States Year: 1906 Notes on original: Citrus hybrid;

Amaranthaceae - Iresine herbstii From: Curtis's botanical magazine, comprising the plants of the Royal gardens of Kew and other botanical establishments in Great Britain; with suitable descriptions by Joseph Dalton Hooker.

Acorus is the sole genus of monocot flowering plants placed it in its own family, the Acoraceae.

Unidentifiable caterpillar, common pear, pink tulip (white bordered) and purple snail by Joris Hoefnagel (Flemish, from Mira Calligraphiae Monumenta, illuminated by Joris Hoefnagel with calligraphy by Georg Bocskay

Ottoman, 1618

Folio Album leaf paper cut-outs. Three cut-out flowers: cyclamen and lilac on the left; pink roses and tulip in centre; tulip on the right. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Johann Weinmann Peony, Poppy & Rose Prints 1739

Antique prints of Poppy, Papaver hortense roseum, cristatum of Johann Weinmann Peony, Poppy & Rose Phytanthoza Iconographia 1739

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