flowers-35264 - Hyacinth Queen of Lilacs [2908x4570]

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Hyacinth Queen of Lilacs - high resolution image from old book.

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Width in pixels 2908
Height in pixels 4570
source info Published before 1923.
flowers-35264 - Hyacinth Queen of Lilacs.jpg
The florist and pomologist. : Hogg, Robert,
Volume: 1877
Year: 1877
Publisher: London :'Journal of Horticulture' Office, 1862
Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.
J. L. MacFarlane (1836-1913), ill.
Walter Hood Fitch (1817 - 1892)
Rosenberg, C. T. (1857 fl. - 1864 fl.) (DETAILS: Place of death: Father's occupation: Relatives: Education: Country of Activity: United Kingdom Worked for: Edward George & Andrew Henderson: Illustrated Bouquet 1857-64, Thomas Moore: Garden Companion and Florists' Guide 1852, W.J. Hooker Patronage: Collaborators: Cheffins & Sons. Charlotte C. Sowerby, Mrs. Withers, James Edwards Techniques: zincography , drawingSample(s): Archival sources: Natural History Museum London Published sources: Nissen: Botan. Buchillustration 1966 Other: London