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Root Gallery

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

Choose from 98 pictures in our Root 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.

Vegetable roots Featured Print

Vegetable roots

Plate 4 from Le Regne Vegetal, Vol 12, Hort. Atlas (1870). Held in the Botany Library at the Natural History Museum, London. Entitled Racines alimentaires

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

Allium, Allium Cepa, Amaryllidaceae, Angiosperm, Angiospermae, Apiaceae, Apiales, Asparagales, Asterid, Botanical, Carrot, Daucus, Dicot, Dicotyledon, Drawing, Edible, Eudicot, Flowering Plant, Food, Illustration, Magnoliophyta, Monocot, Monocotyledon, Onion, Plant, Root, Umbelliferae, Vegetable

Interior of Ilot Gabriel island Featured Print

Interior of Ilot Gabriel island

Interior of Ilot Gabriel island a view to the West to a lighthouse on Ile Plate / Flat island vegetation among black basalt rocks wind-battered Common screwpine tree (on the right) endemic for Mascarenes (Mauritius and Reunion) June North of Mauritius

© Andrey Zvoznikov /

Aerial, Basalt, Black, Coast, Coastal, Common, Countries, Country, Flat, Gabriel, Historical, History, Ile, Ilot, Indian, Island, Islands, Mauritius, Ocean, Pandanus, Pigeon, Plate, Rock, Rocks, Rocky, Root, Roots, Scene, Scenes, Screwpine, Seashore, Shore, Tree, Trees, Utilis

Leaves and delicate white florets of the licorice-root Featured Print

Leaves and delicate white florets of the licorice-root

Leaves and delicate white florets of the licorice-root plant (lovage). Ligusticum acutilobum. . Color-printed woodblock engraving by Kan'en Iwasaki from Honzo Zufu, an Illustrated Guide to Medicinal Plants, 1884. Iwasaki (1786-1842) was a Japanese botanist, entomologist and zoologist. He was one of the first Japanese botanists to incorporate western knowledge into his studies

© Florilegius / Mary Evans