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The Ladies' Flower- Garden of Ornamental Greenhouse Plants. 42 BOTANICAL HAND- COLOURED LITHOGRAPHD IMAGES ON COMPACT DISC. BY MRS. JANE WEBB LOUDON. Admirable Victorian lady writer and artist. 1848 42 high quality hand-colored lithographs from the rare First edition.

This CD presents 42 high resolution digital BMP images from the 1848 edition of the rare British publication The Ladies' Flower- Garden of Greenhouse Plants . These images can be printed directly from the CD or imported to Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, PaintShop Pro, Adobe PhotoDelux, PrintMaster and other popular painting and drawing programs and printed on quality inkjet paper producing stunning results suitable for framing. Or for designing your own greeting cards, posters, brochures and calendars.

The print out size is the same size as the originals (9" X 11"), if not enlarged or reduced. I have found that these Images print best on Ink Jet matte paper. When printed directly from the CD, they are the actual size. (The same as the originals) and the result is an awesome print almost indistinguishable as a reprint, even when using a relatively inexpensive home ink jet printer.

This CD contains the entire collection of original images as well as a set which has been digitally enhanced in the transfer to CD as in the scan below. These web images are electronically watermarked, the CD images are not.

Mrs. Loudon [Jane Webb] (1807 - 1858) was the wife of landscape gardener and horticultural writer, John Loudon, who designed the Birmingham Botanical Garden. She began to write popular botanical books to help pay off the debts that her husband incurred in publishing his Arboretum Fruticetum Britannicum.Mrs. Loudon's works are known for their delicate renderings of graceful botanical subjects.


bullet1 . Clematis caerulea. The Blue Clematis.
bulletClematis Sieboldii. The Many-flowered Clematis.
bulletIllicium floridamim. The Florida Aniseed Tree.
bullet2 . Cistus purpureus. The Purple Cistus.
bulletC. vaginatna. The Sheathed-leaved Cistais.
bulletC. formosus. The Beautiful Cistus.
bulletC. Algarvenas. The Algarve Cistus.
bulletC. inicanas. The Hoary-lelhved Rose Cistus.
bullet3 . Polygala speciosa. The Showy Polygala.
bulletP. Chamaebuxus. The Box-leaved Milkwort.
bulletP. bracteolata. The Large-bracted Milkwort.
bulletMuraltia mixta. The Heath-leaved Muraltia.
bullet4 . Sollya heterophylla. . The Common Sollya
bulletBillardiera mutabilis. The Changeable Apple-Berry.
bulletPittosporum Tobira. The Chinese Pittosporum.
bullet5 . Anemone japonica. The Japanese Anemone.
bulletAnemone capensis. The Cape Anemone.
bulletAnemone palmata. The Yellow Anemone.
bullet6 . Malva umbellata. The trmbellate Globe-Mallow.
bulletMalva Creeana. The Showy Red-flowered Mallow.
bulletLinam arlioreum. The Tree Flax.
bulletLinnm trigynum. The Three-styled or Indian Flax.
bullet7 . Hibiscus militaris. The Military Hibiscus.
bulletH. Cameroni folgens. Mr. Cameron's Hibiscus.
bulletH. lilacinus. The Lilac Hibiscus.
bulletH. Manihot. The Palmate Manihot.
bullet8 . Abutilon. striatum. The Striped Abutilon.
bulletA.vitifolium. TheVine-leaved Abutilon.
bulletA. graveolens. The Heavy-scented Abutilon.
bullet9 . Marianthus caeruleo-punctatus. The Blue-spotted Marianthus.
bulletPronaya elegans. The Elegant Pronaya.
bulletTetratheca hirsuta. The Hairy Tetratheca.
bulletTetratheca verticillata. The Whorled-leaved Tetratheca.
bullet10 . Sarracenia purpurea. The Purple Side-saddle Flower.
bulletSarracenia flava. The Yellow Side-saddle Flower.
bulletCapparis acuminata. The Taper-leaved Caper.
bullet11 . Reevesia thyrsoidea. The Thyrse-flowered Reevesia.
bulletLasiopetalum quercifolium. TheOak-leaved Lasiopetalum.
bulletS.Hemannia flammea. The Flame-coloured Hermannia.
bulletMahernia gramdiflora. The Large-flowered Mahernia.
bullet12 . Camellia japonica. The Common Camellia, or Japan Rose.
bulletC. j. Chandleri. Chandler's Camellia.
bulletC. j. pomponia. The Pompone Camellia.
bulletC. j. anemoneflora. The Waratah, or Anemone-flowered Camellia.
bullet13 . Camellia reticulata. The Reticulated-leaved Camellia.
bulletC. oleifera. The Oil-bearing Camellia.
bulletC. maliflora. The Apple-blossom-flowered Camellia.
bulletThea viridis. The Green Tea.
bullet14 . Hyperienm monogynum. The Chinese St. John's Wort.
bulletH. Uralnm, The Nepal, or Myrtle-leaved St. John's Wort.
bulletH. balearicum. The Majorca St. John's Wort.
bulletBealimuria hypericoides. The Hypericnm-like Reaumuria.
bullet15 . Geraninm anemonefolinm. The Anemone-leaved Geranium.
bulletPelargonium tricolor. The Three-colonred Pelargonium.
bulletP. crassicaule. The Thick-stemmed Pelargonium.
bulletP. peltatum. The Ivy-leaved Pelargonium.
bulletP. zonale. The Horse-shoe Pelargonium.
bullet16 . Large-flowered White. Garden Varieties of Pelargonium
bulletGem. Garden Varieties of Pelargonium
bulletSunrise. Garden Varieties of Pelargonium
bulletAnais Garden Varieties of Pelargonium
bullet17 . Tropaeolum azureum. The Blue Tropaeolnm.
bulletT. polyphyllum. The Many-leaved Tropaeolnm.
bulletT. Lobbianum. Mr. Lobb's Tropaeolum.
bulletT. crenatiflorum. The notched-flowered Tropaeolum.
bullet18 . Diosma speciosa. The Showy Diosma.
bulletDiosma fragrans. The Fragrant Diosma.
bulletDiosma pulchella. The Pretty Diosma.
bulletDiosma hirta. The Purple Diosma
bullet19 . Boronia serrulata. TheSaw-leaved Boronia.
bulletBoronia crenulata. The Crenated Boronia.
bulletCrowea saligna. The Willow-leaved Crowea.
bulletEriostemon buxifolium. The Box-leaved Eriostemon.
bullet20 . Corraea alba. The White Corraea.
bulletC. pulchella. The Pretty Corraea.
bulletC. speciosa. The Showy Corraea.
bulletC. longiflora. The Long-flowered Corraea.
bullet21 . Sophora velutina. The Velvet-leaved Sophora.
bulletEdwardsia microphylla. The Small-leaved Edwardsia.
bulletCyclopia geniatoides. The Broom-like Cyclopia.
bulletPodalyria buxifolia. The Box-leaved Podalyria.
bullet22 . Chorozema Dicksonii. Mr. Dickson's Chorozema.
bulletC. ovatem. The Ovate-leaved Chorozema.
bulletC. Henchmanni. Mr. Henchman's Chorozema.
bulletC. varium. The Various-leaved Chorozema.
bulletC. spartioides. The Broom-like Chorozema.
bullet23 . Oxylobium retusrm. The Netted-leaved Oxylobium.
bulletBrachysema latifolimn. The Broad-leaved Brachysema.
bulletEnchilus obcordatus. The Heart-leaved Enchilus.
bulletDillwynia parvifolia. The Small-leaved Dilwynia.
bulletEutaxia pungens. The Sharp-leaved Eutaxia.
bulletHovea pungens. The Prickly Hovea.
bullet24 . Lalage ornata. The Ornamental Lalage.
bulletScottia dentata. The Tooth-leaved Scottia.
bulletTempletonia retusa. The Retase-leaved Templetonia.
bulletCrotalaria purpurea. The Purple Crotalaria.
bulletAspalathus Chenopoda. The Goose-foot Aspalathus.
bullet25 . Indigofera violacea. The Violet-coloured Indigo Tree.
bulletSwainsonia coronillaefolia. The Coronilla-leaved Swainsonia.
bulletClianthus puniceus. The Crimson Glory Pea.
bulletAdesmia Loudonia. Mr. Loudon's Adesmia.
bulletKennedya coccinea. The Scarlet Kennedya.
bulletPhysolobium carinatum. The Large-keeled Physolobium.
bullet26 . Acacia dentifera. The Toothed Acacia.
bulletA. biflora. The Twin-flowered Acacia.
bulletA. longifolia. The Long-leaved Acacia.
bulletA. Lambertiana. Mr. Lambert's Acacia.
bullet27 . Fuchsia macrantha. The Long-flowered Fuchsia.
bulletF. serratifolia. Tlie Serrated-leaved Fuchsia.
bulletF. splendens. The Splendid Fuchsia.
bulletF. radicans. The Rooting Fuchsia.
bullet28 . Cuphea cordata. The Heart-shaped Cuphea.
bulletC. platycentra. The Broad-centred Cuphea.
bulletC. Melvilla. General Melville's Cuphea.
bulletLagerstroemia indica. The Indian Lagerstroemia.
bullet29 . Verticordia insignis. The Splendid Fringe Myrtle.
bulletCalythrix virgata. The Twiggy Calythrix.
bulletMelaleuca neriifolia. The Oleander-leaved Melaleuca.
bulletMelaleuca sqnamea. The Scaly-branched Melaleuca.
bulletMyrtus communis. The Common Myrtle.
bullet30 . Callistemon microstachyum. The Small-spiked Callistemon.
bulletAngophora cordifolia. The Heart-leaved Angophora.
bulletMetrosideros speciosa. The Showy Metrosideros.
bullet31 . Passiflora caerulea. The Common Passion Flower.
bulletPassiflora alato-eserolea. Masters's Hybrid Passion Flower.
bulletTacsonia pinnatistipula. The Feather-stipuled Tacsonia,
bullet32 . Crassula centauroides. The Centaury-like Crassula.
bulletKalosanthes coccinea. The Scarlet Kalosanthes.
bulletKalosanthes versicolor. The Red and White Kalosanthes.
bullet33 . Mesembryanthemum albidnm. The White-leaved Fig-Marigold.
bulletM. tricolor. The Three-coloured Fig-Marigold.
bulletM. rabrocinctum. The Red-edged Fig-Marigold.
bulletM. inclandens. The Never-closing Fig-Marigold.
bulletM. micans. The Glittering Fig-Marigold.
bullet34 . Escallonia Organensis. The Organ Mountains Escallonia.
bulletHydrangea japonica var. caernlea. The Blueflowered Japan Hydrangea.
bulletLuculia gratissima. The Fragrant Luculia.
bulletEscallonia Organensis. The Organ Mountains Escallonia.
bullet35 . Bouvardia triphylla. TheThree-leaved Bonvardia.
bulletBouvardia versicolor. The Trumpet-flowered Bonvardia.
bulletBurchellia capensis. The Cape Burchellia.
bulletGardenia radicans. The Dwarf Cape Jasmine
bullet36 . Cineraria lanata. The Woolly Cineraria.
bulletC. cruenta. The Purple-leaved Cineraria.
bulletC. populifolia var. The Poplar-leaved Cineraria.
bulletAstelma eximium. The Giant Astelma.
bulletTriptilion spinosum. The Spiny Triptilion.
bulletBrachycome iberidifolia. The Large Swan Daisy.
bulletHelichrysum sesamoides. The Superb Helichrysum
bullet37 . Siphocampylos Cavanillesii. Cavanilles' Siphocampylos;
bulletLeschenaultia biloba. The Two-lobed Leschenaultia.
bulletLeschenaultia formosa. The Beantifnl Leschenaultia
bulletStylidium grammifoliom. The Grass-leaved Stylidium
bulletEuthales macrophylla. The Large-leaved Euthales
bullet38 . Erica tumida. The Tumid Heath.
bulletE. Jacksonii. Mr. Jackson's Heath.
bulletE. Neillii. Dr. Neill's Heath.
bulletE. Aitoniana. Mr. Alton's Heath.
bulletE. Banksiana. Sir Joseph Banks's Heath.
bulletE. ardens. The Glowing Heath.
bulletEpacris impressa. The Beautiful Epacris.
bulletStyphelia tubiflora. The Tube-flowered Styphelia.
bullet39 . Chironia decussata. The Cross-leaved Chironia.
bulletLisianthus Rossellianus. The Duhe of Bedford's Lisianthns.
bulletTecoma jasminoides. The Jasmine-like Tecoma.
bulletBignonia Telfairiae. Mrs. Telfair's Bignonia.
bulletTweedia caerulea. The Blue-flowered Tweedia
bullet40 . Torenia asiatica. The Asiatic Torenia.
bulletBuddlea Lindleyana. Dr. Lindley's Buddlea.
bulletAnthocercis viscosa. The Clammy Anthocerias.
bulletRhodochiton. volubile. The Twining Rhodochiton.
bulletSolanum lycioides. The Lycium-like Solanum.
bulletCestrum aurantiacum. The Orange-flowered Cestrum.
bulletChaenostoma polyanthum. The Many-flowered Chaenostoma.
bullet41 . Calceolaria crenatiflora. The Crenate-flowered Calceolaria.
bulletCalceolaria arachnoidea. The Cobweb Calceolaria.
bulletAchimenes longiflora. The liong-flowered Achimenes.
bulletAchimenes patens. The Spreading Achimenes.
bulletAmphicome arguta. The Finely-cut Amphicome.
bullet42 . Ruellia caliatiflora. The Fringe-flowered Ruellia.
bulletCyclamen persicum. The Persian Cyclamen.
bulletPrimula sinensis. The Chinese Primrose.
bulletPlumbago capensia. The Cape Leadwort.
bulletGrevillea punicea. The Crimson Grevillea.
bulletGnidia oppositifolia. The Opposite-leaved Gnidia.
bulletPimelea incana. The Hoary Pimelea.



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