This page represents most of our collection of original Antique prints of Flowers, Plants and Trees grouped by date. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution, with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please docontact us.
16th, 17th and 18th century
Sophora (Sun King): With detail of the flower and key in Latin. Title heightened in gold.
Scolymocephalus (Thistle sugarbush): Two varieties.
Varieties: Tulips. After the renowned botanical artist Jan van Huysum
Palm: Date Palm Phoenix dactylifera: Men harvesting the fruit. With text in French.
Maple Branch with red flowers (Erable) and American Potato bean (Apios).
Fern from Plaisance Bay and American Cypress branch.
Trillium Erectum (Solanium) and Solidago (Grande de Consolide).
Verbascum (Mullein): With detail of the flower and key in Latin. Title heightened in gold.
Chinese Water Lily and Trailing Bell Flower: Nelumbium speciosum and Nolana prostrata.
Queen Flower: Bird of Paradise in an African landscape.
Queen Flower (Bird of Paradise). Set in a romanticized landscape. Native to South Africa, it was brought to the Royal Botanic Gardens in the 1780s.
Cruciferae: Parrya L. exscapa, Stevenia and Notoveras with the parts of their flowers.
Curious American Bog Plants. Fly Oprys, Venus Fly Trap, Bee Orphys, Yellow side-saddle, Tutsan-leaved Dog’s bone and Stinking pothos.
The Blue Passion Flower climbing a classical column.
Pomponia Rose. Rosa pomponia.
Caryophylleae: Dianthus. Six varieties.
Helianthemum formosum, Beautiful Sun-Rose.
Dalmatian Toadflax. By Miss Drake.
Branch of the tree. Engraved by John Pass.
Stapelias Succulent: Dewy, Hirsute and Bell-shaped Stapelias with snakes and a lizard set in an African landscape with an erupting volcano.
Crown Imperial Lily and Hollow-root Snapdragon: Fruitillaria imperialis and Fumaria cava.
Musk mallow. By Miss Drake.
Blush Noisette Rose. Rosa Noisettiana
Yellow Sulfur Rose. Rosa sulfura.
Cowslip and White Dittany: Dodecotheon Medea and Dictamnus albus.
The Superb Lily, also known as the Turk’s Cap, set in a romanticised North American landscape.
Training and Grafting. 1. One year pruned 2. Second year 3. Third year trained 4. Cleft Grafting 5. Mixed Grafting 6. Extreme grafting.
Forcig Frame and Grapery. 1,2. angles of altitude and elevation of roof 3, 4 .Forcing Frames 5. grapery in Barnstaple 6. grapery back wall.
Rosenberg Rose. Rosa Rosenbergiana.
With the mode of extracting Turpentine. Engraved by John Pass.
Bengal Carnation Rose. Rosa Indica Caryophyllea.
Cistus minspeliensis, Montpelier Rock-Rose.
White Lily with yellow margined leaves and classical temple alluding to it being cherised by the Ancient Greeks and later the Romans.
Greenhouse, circular conservatory and common conservatory.
The Snowdro with yellow and purple crocuses set in a wintry English landscape.
Carnations: Flakes, Bizarres, and Piquettes. almer’s Defiance, Davy’s Defiance, Duchess of Dorset, Duchess of Wurtemberg, British Monarch, Prince of Wales. Set in a romanticised landscape with Norman ruins.
The Snowdrop with crocuses in a wintery English landscape.
Balsam: Flowering branch with fruit of the Rose coloured Balsam. Engraved by John Pass.
Magnolia: Blooming branch of the laurel leaved Tulip tree. Engraved by John Pass.
Branch with fruit. Engraved by John Pass.
The Nodding Remealmia. Native to China and Japan.
By Miss Drake.
Damask Rose. Rosa Damascena.
Chinese oak with its frutifications. Engraved by John Pass.
Flora, Zephyrus, and their daughter Carpo examining the Night-Blooming Cereus.
Mammoth Bamboo in a woodland.
Pineapple House (Pinery). 1. Ground plan 2. longitudinal section with young plants 3. transverse section 4. mason work 5. carron register 6. transverse section of
Cistus Cymosus, Cyme-flowered Rock Rose.
19th Century 1840-1875
After Walter Hood Fitch.
1. Pictee Emmeline 2. Picotee Princess Frederick, 3. Bijon de Clement carnation 4. Prince de Nassau carnation
Segments of Bactris Brongniartii, Bactris faucium, Martinezia truncata and Diplothemium Toralli. d’Orbigny reached South America 5 years before his rival Charles Darwin, cataloguing over 10,000 species in 8 years.
Chrysanthemum Indicum. 1. Early Crimson 2. Quilled Orange 3. Quilled White
Cocunut Tree (Cocos nucifero). With a European House in Tahiti.
Capt. Champion’s Rhoddeia. After Walter Hood Fitch.
Debrobium nobile and Thyrsacanthus Schomburgkianus. After Augusta Withers.
After Walter Hood Fitch.
Vanda tricolor var., Vanda tricolor formosa, Vanda insignis Helveola and Mitonia spectabilis. After Augusta Withers.
Palms (Attalea). Martinezia truncata, Euterpe andicola and Euterpe Haenkeana with Guaranins hunting with bow and arrow.
1. Common purple Rudbeckle 2. Various leaved Echinacea 3 . Dickon’s Echinacea 4. Late flowering Purple Rudbeckle.
Single Early Tulip. Yellow Prince with variegated foliage.
Round-headed mealy primrose. After Walter Hood Fitch.
Lapageria rosea and Weigela rosea. After Augusta Withers.
Adonis, Dinae and Archimede.
Augustina superba and Caryophylloides. After Augusta Withers.
Hemiandra pungens, Gompholobium splendens and Grevillia elegans. After Augusta Withers.
Cortusa-leaved buttercup. After Walter Hood Fitch.