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Cereus triangularis, in The British florist; or, Lady's journal of horticulture, Vol 2, 1846.

Cereus triangularis, in The British florist; or, Lady's journal of horticulture, Vol 2, 1846.

Fuchsia in The British florist; or, Lady's journal of horticulture, Vol 6, 1846.

Fuchsia in The British florist; or, Lady's journal of horticulture, Vol 6, 1846.

Pelargoniums, in The British florist; or, Lady's journal of horticulture, Vol 6, 1846.

Pelargoniums, in The British florist; or, Lady's journal of horticulture, Vol 6, 1846.

Sweet-scented Water-lily. Plate from ‘The Native Flowers and Ferns of the United States’ by Thomas Meehan. Published 1878 by L. Prang archive.org

Sweet-scented Water-lily. Plate from ‘The Native Flowers and Ferns of the United States’ by Thomas Meehan. Published 1878 by L. Prang archive.org

Scarlet lobelia or Cardinals flower and White lily. New Flora Britannica, illustrated by Sydenham Edwards.

Scarlet lobelia or Cardinals flower and White lily. New Flora Britannica, illustrated by Sydenham Edwards.

Chinese water lily and trailing nolana. New Flora Britannica, illustrated by Sydenham Edwards.

Chinese water lily and trailing nolana. New Flora Britannica, illustrated by Sydenham Edwards.

The "ever-blowing rose." Roses, or, A Monograph of the Genus Rosa, Vol. 2, by Henry Charles Andrews.

The "ever-blowing rose." Roses, or, A Monograph of the Genus Rosa, Vol. 2, by Henry Charles Andrews.

Persian sun's eye tulip. The Botanical Register, Vol. 14. Illustrations by Sydenham Edwards and others.

Persian sun's eye tulip. The Botanical Register, Vol. 14. Illustrations by Sydenham Edwards and others.

Dandelion and common blue violet, in Wild Flowers of America.

Dandelion and common blue violet, in Wild Flowers of America.

The lime hawk-moth, the privet hawk-moth, and the caterpillar of the privet hawk-moth. Illustrated by Maria Sibylla Merian, for The Natural History of British Moths, Sphinxes, , by James Duncan.

The lime hawk-moth, the privet hawk-moth, and the caterpillar of the privet hawk-moth. Illustrated by Maria Sibylla Merian, for The Natural History of British Moths, Sphinxes, , by James Duncan.

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