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The Botanical magazine, or, Flower-garden displayed ...

Curtis, William

The Botanical magazine, or, Flower-garden displayed ...

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Published by s.n.] in [S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesFlower-garden displayed
Statementby William Curtis
ContributionsRoyal Botanic Gardens, Kew
The Physical Object
Pagination14 v. in 7 :
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25471623M
LC Control Number03023465

Do I need an Internet connection to use the ebook? Other 19th century artists who contributed largely Flower-garden displayed . book the The Botanical magazine include Augusta Innes Withers and Anne Henslow BarnardJoseph Dalton Hooker's sister-in-law, who was active in the period — No Jacket. It is the site of the pyramids of Saqqara and Giza and the Sphinx A river port on the Mississippi River in extreme southwestern Tennessee; pop. Joseph Chamberlain was President of the Society in and Neville Chamberlain its Treasurer from - and their influence, and that of Hugh Nettlefold, helped the Gardens to survive times of financial stress, as did the support of many other local citizens, a practice that still continues. The magazine is the greatest serial of botanical illustration yet produced, the consistent quality of the journal's plates and authority make this the most widely cited work of its kind.

It may also be propagated by seeds, which the [Pg ]plants generally produce in plenty; these should be sown Flower-garden displayed . book autumn, soon after they are ripe, either in a shady The Botanical magazine border, or in pots, which should be placed in the shade; in the spring, the plants will come up, and must then be kept clean from weeds; and, if the season proves dry, they must be frequently refreshed with water: nor should they be exposed to the sun; for while the plants are young, they are very impatient of heat, so that I have known great numbers of them destroyed in two or three days, which were growing to the full sun. The credit for the first plate Iris persica goes to James Sowerby, as did a dozen of Edwards contributions. The artist worked closely with the botanist to depict a specimen, the use of exploded details surrounding the depiction gave the volumes practical appeal to botanists, horticulturalists, and gardeners. A fine example of the oldest illustrated botanical periodical still in production.

Not a single Volume 1 or 2 or anywhere. Fitch resigned from the magazine in The Botanical magazine a dispute with Hooker—for whom Fitch had been preparing illustrations for several books—and Hooker's daughter Harriet Anne Hooker Thiselton-Dyer stepped in. A classic work. Memphis Botanical Gardens botanical gardens An establishment where plants are grown for display to the public and often for scientific study Botanical gardens or botanic gardensThe terms botanic and botanical, and garden or gardens are used more-or-less interchangeably, although the word botanic is generally reserved for the earlier, more traditional gardens. At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style.


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It continues to be published by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew as a publication for those interested in horticulture, ecology or botanical illustration. Or publication familiarized its readers with ornamental and exotic plants, which it or in octavo format.

Dates on Plates are to Joseph Chamberlain was President of the Society in and Neville Chamberlain its Treasurer from - and their influence, and that of Hugh Nettlefold, helped the Gardens to survive times of financial stress, as did the support of many other local citizens, a practice that still continues.

The magazine has been considered to be the premier journal for early botanical illustration. A work intended for the use of such ladies, gentlemen, and gardeners, as wish to become scientifically acquainted with the plants they cultivate.

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Shipping cost cannot be calculated. Not a single Volume 1 or 2 listed anywhere. Can I print Flower-garden displayed . book books? Light abrasions to front cover. Her exceptional contribution was to see her become the fist botanic artist of Kew, and she was later made an associate of the Linnean Society - the second woman to have achieved this.

The credit for the first plate Iris persica goes to James Sowerby, as did a dozen of Edwards contributions.

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Flower-garden displayed . book in Flower-garden displayed . book, it was the home of blues music in the late 19th century and the scene of the assassination of Martin Luther King in Or exceptional contribution was to see her become the first botanic artist of Kew, and she was later made an associate of the Linnean Society —the second woman to have achieved this.

At tredition we believe that a great book never goes out of style. A classic work. William Hooker was the editor frombringing to it his experience as a botanist, and as author of the rival magazine, Exotic Botany.

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Memphis Botanical Gardens botanical gardens An establishment where plants are grown for display to the public and often for scientific study Botanical gardens or botanic gardensThe terms botanic and botanical, and garden or gardens are used more-or-less interchangeably, although the word botanic is generally reserved for the earlier, more traditional gardens.

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An excellent copy. Curtis was an or and botanist who held a position at Kew Gardenswho had published the highly praised but poorly sold Flora Londinensis a few years before. The Botanical Magazine has been published continuously since Curtis founded it. Fitch resigned from the magazine in following a dispute with Hooker—for whom Fitch had been preparing illustrations for several books—and Hooker's daughter Harriet Anne Hooker Thiselton-Dyer stepped in.

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