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Natural Order of Vegetables Set 1 [54 Images]

Natural Order of Vegetables Set 1 [54 Images]

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Illustrations of the Principal Natural Orders of the Vegetable Kingdom is a book on botany that was published in 1874. The book was written and illustrated by Daniel Oliver, an English botanist who worked at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

The book contains over 100 color illustrations of various plant species, arranged by their natural orders. Each illustration is accompanied by a description of the plant, including information on its taxonomy, morphology, and distribution.

The illustrations in the book are particularly noted for their accuracy and attention to detail, as well as their artistic beauty. Oliver was known for his skill as a botanical artist, and his illustrations in this book are considered among his finest works.

Illustrations of the Principal Natural Orders of the Vegetable Kingdom is considered an important work in the field of botany, and is still consulted by botanists and plant enthusiasts today. It is also noted for its contribution to the development of botanical illustration as an art form.

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