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Pumila Collection

Background imagePumila Collection: Flaming sword, Vriesea splendens

Flaming sword, Vriesea splendens (Tillandsia splendens). Chromolithograph from an illustration by B. Herincq from Edward Steps Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse, Frederick Warne, London, 1896

Background imagePumila Collection: Dwarf birch, Betula pumila

Dwarf birch, Betula pumila
Dwarf birch or bog birch, Betula pumila, Betula bassa. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Antoine Laurent de Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze Naturali, Dictionary of Natural Science

Background imagePumila Collection: Cyclanthus bipartitus

Cyclanthus bipartitus, Cyclanthe a deux feuilles. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Antoine Laurent de Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze Naturali, Dictionary of Natural Science

Background imagePumila Collection: Pygmy iris, Iris pumila

Pygmy iris, Iris pumila (Two-flowered flower de luce, Iris biflora) Iris nudicaulis on plate. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Weddell after Edwin Dalton Smith from John Lindley

Background imagePumila Collection: Dwarf iris, Iris pumila

Dwarf iris, Iris pumila. Handcoloured lithograph from Diederich von Schlechtendals German Flora (Flora von Deutschland), Jena, 1871

Background imagePumila Collection: Apple varieties, Malus pumila

Apple varieties, Malus pumila. Reinette grise, rambour d ete, api, reinette du Canada, calville blanche d hiver. Handcoloured steel engraving by Lebrun after a botanical illustration by Edouard

Background imagePumila Collection: Coontie, Zamia pumila var. male

Coontie, Zamia pumila var. male. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Weddell from Samuel Curtis Botanical Magazine, London, 1818

Background imagePumila Collection: Dwarf sophronitis orchid, Cattleya pumila

Dwarf sophronitis orchid, Cattleya pumila. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after a botanical illustration by Mrs. Augusta Withers from William Jackson Hookers Botanical Magazine, London, 1838

Background imagePumila Collection: Haworthia pumila or Tulista pumila

Haworthia pumila or Tulista pumila (Dark-leaved spider aloe, Aloe arachnoides pumila). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F

Background imagePumila Collection: Iris x binata

Iris x binata (Violet-blue dwarf flag, Iris pumila var. violacea). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by F. Sansom Jr. after an illustration by Sydenham Edwards from William Curtis Botanical

Background imagePumila Collection: Plants / Iris Pumila

Plants / Iris Pumila
Dwarf Bearded Iris Date: 1787

Background imagePumila Collection: Different types of corals and seaweeds

Different types of corals and seaweeds.. Handcolored engraving from Charles d Orbignys Dictionnaire Universel d Histoire Naturelle (Universal Dictionary of Natural History), 1849

Background imagePumila Collection: Double dwarf almond, Amygdalus pumila

Double dwarf almond, Amygdalus pumila.. Handcoloured copperplate engraving drawn by John Curtis and engraved by Weddell from Curtiss Botanical Magazine, 1820, Samuel Curtis, Walworth, London

Background imagePumila Collection: Dwarf squill, Scilla pumila

Dwarf squill, Scilla pumila.. Illustration drawn by William Jackson Hooker, engraved by Swan. Handcolored copperplate engraving from William Curtiss The Botanical Magazine, Samuel Curtis, 1830

Background imagePumila Collection: Dwarf magnolia with white flowers, a native

Dwarf magnolia with white flowers, a native of China and Java, Magnolia coco.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from a botanical illustration by Sydenham Edwards from William Curtiss Botanical

Background imagePumila Collection: Iris Pumila (Dwarf Iris)

Iris Pumila (Dwarf Iris), a natural hybrid iris of the Iridaceae family. Seen here growing in a rocky setting


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