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Plant Gallery

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

Choose from 963 pictures in our Plant 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.


Bee Orchid, Ophrys apifera Featured Print

Bee Orchid, Ophrys apifera

Bee Orchid, Ophrys apifera - close up of flowerhead showing hanging pollinia, Monkton Chalkpit Nature Reserve, Kent
flower shape and colour thought to mimic shape and colour of the solitary bee to attract this pollinator but mostly
self pollinating in UK, perennial, favours dry grassland, usually on chalky soils, Pollenia held above flower with packets of pollen, drop down to pollinate stigma of own flower

Plate 232, Vol I Featured Print

Plate 232, Vol I

Hand-coloured engraved plate entitled Ixia capitata var. stellata by Henry Andrews from The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants published by Andrews between 1797-1812. Andrews was a botanical artist and engraver living in Knightsbridge, London. His published works also include books on Heaths and Geraniums. He was the son-in-law of John Kennedy (1759-1842) a partner at the Vineyard Nursery in Hammersmith who supplied plants to Empress Josephine

Blush Provence rose Featured Print

Blush Provence rose

Watercolour on vellum by James Bolton inscribed James Bolton pinxit, Stannary near Halifax'. Bolton was born in West Yorkshire, England and was the son of a weaver. He was a self- taught botanist, artist and engraver. His brother Thomas Bolton (1722-1778) was also a naturalist. James Bolton was highly successful as a mycologist and author of several botanical books including the first British book on fungi. James and Thomas Bolton were both sponsored by the art and natural history collector Margaret Cavendish Bentinck, Duchess of Portland (1715-1785). Painting date c.1790s