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Foxgloves A Monograph of Digitium [28 Images]

Foxgloves A Monograph of Digitium [28 Images]

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Digitalium Monographia is a book written by John Lindley and published in 1821. The book is a comprehensive study of the genus Digitalis, which includes species commonly known as foxgloves.

The book includes a detailed botanical history of the genus, as well as descriptions of all the known species at the time. The descriptions are accompanied by illustrations, mostly in the form of engraved plates, which provide a visual representation of the various species.

The genus Digitalis is known for its medicinal properties, and Lindley provides a thorough analysis of the chemical constituents and medical applications of each species. The book also includes information on the cultivation of Digitalis species, their habitats, and distribution.

Lindley was a renowned botanist and horticulturist, who made significant contributions to the study of plant taxonomy and classification. His work on Digitalis is considered a seminal contribution to the field, and Digitalium Monographia is still highly regarded by botanists and horticulturists today.

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