Poiteau, Anton Pierre. Citronier Commun.  From  Pomologie francaise : recueil des plus beaux fruits cultives en France. Vol.II. Paris, 1846. Engraving with original color. Image: 9.25 in. x 12 in. Sheet size: 20.5 in x. 13.5 in.

botanical food prints for the kitchen: Poiteau & Risso Antique Fruit Prints 1818 Oranges & Lemons

The herbal bed: Katie Scott's psychedelic flora and fauna – in pictures

The herbal bed: Katie Scott's psychedelic flora and fauna – in pictures

Nike trainers sprout plants and French perfumiers inspire by mysterious scientific icons in Katie Scott’s visions that take botanical illustration into the digital age

Ficus carica

"What Georg Dionysius Ehret called Ficus foliis palmatis in this drawing seems likely to me to be Ficus carica, the common fig. This is a hand-colored engraving after Ehret published in A few figgy facts at the click-through.

Georg Ehret 1708-1770- Calla

Calla Lily by Georg Dionysius Ehret Hortvs, nitidissimis omnem per annvm svperbiens floribvs : sive, Amoenissimorvm florvm imagine Image and text courtesy NYPL Digital.

Pierre-Joseph Redouté (Luxembourgeois-born French Painter, 1759-1840), "Persica vulgaris = Pêcher commun"

Pierre-Joseph Redouté (Luxembourgeois-born French Painter, 1759-1840), "Persica vulgaris = Pêcher commun"

New illustration of the sexual system of Carolus von Linnaeus. London : 1807.. biodiversitylibrary.org/page/307080

" From the famous botanical collection: New Illustration of the Sexual System of Caolus Von Linnaeus and the Temple of Flora, Robert John Thorton,

Passiflora kermesina - circa 1835 - 4 inch flowers with bright pink petals and bluish-violet filaments - They are held outward on long stems

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