Ghent: Gand, imp. Eug. Vanderhaeghen, February 1892. First printing. Printed Wraps. Fine. Folio (10.75 x 14 inches). Gray printed wraps. 15-24pp. with 2 chromolithographed plates with tissue guards. Publisher's adverts printed on wraps.
A fine monthly horticultural review introducing the most notable plants and flowers; both prize-winning specimens and newly discovered plants from the far reaches of the globe, brought forth to Europe for taxonomy and cultivation, with a particular attention paid to showy-leaved plants and Orchids. Also included are reviews of newly published horticulture periodicals, and news from the world of nineteenth century horticultural exploration and discovery. Produced under the direction of Jean Jules Linden, Lucien Linden and Emile Rodigas, and in collaboration with eminent botanists and horticulturists, this monthly magazine contains two glorious folio-sized chromolithographed plates.
Pl.CXLV: Bomarea sororia, N.E. Brown. Illustration by A. Goossens, chromolithograph by J. P. De Pannemaeker.
PL.CXLVI: Cryptophoranthus dayanus, Rolfe. Illustration by A. Goossens, chromolithograph by P. De Pannemaeker. Fine. Item #6859