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Horticulture Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 346 pictures in our Horticulture collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Connaught Gardens at Sidmouth, East Devon

View of Connaught Gardens at Sidmouth, East Devon, with an array of flowers in flowerbeds, with trees in the background. The gardens were named after the Duke of Connaught, one of Queen Victoria's sons, who formally opened the Gardens on 3 November 1934.

© Mary Evans/Reginald A. Malby & Co. Collection

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Malby family group photo

Members of the Malby family (four adults and a child) pose for a group photo in a garden. On the far left is Reginald Malby (1882-1924), official photographer to the Royal Horticultural Society, looking relaxed with a pipe in his mouth and his hands in his pockets.

© Mary Evans/Reginald A. Malby & Co. Collection

1882, 1924, Child, Costume, Edwardian, Family, Flora, Flower, Flowers, Garden, Girl, Group, Historical, History, Horticultural, Horticulture, Malby, Mouth, Official, Photographer, Pipe, Pla Nts, Plant, Pockets, Pose, Reginald, Relaxed, Royal, Society

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Growing food in Chancery Lane, WW1

Mr Hubert Hall, resident officer of the Public Record Office in Chancery Lane, pictured hard at work in the gardens of the old Rolls House, where, under the direction of the Superintendent of Regent's Park, he was growing vegetables among the flower beds during the First World War. Mr Hall, assisted by his colleague Mr. Headlam carried out the work before and after office hours and grew artichokes, carrots, parsnips, marrows and tomatoes - all part of the war effort to produce more food due to shortages and rationing. Date: 1917

© Mary Evans Picture Library