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  • RHS Butterflies Water Bottle

    Delving into the collections at the Lindley Library, designers have taken inspiration from coloured engraved plates created in the latter part of the 18th Century which feature in a French publication by Pierre Joseph Buchoz, an authority on botany and natural history, to create this exclusive RHS…

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    £15.00
  • RHS Bees Sugar Bowl

    This bee patterned sugar bowl is a cheerful addition to any tea set or kitchen. In the 19th century, esteemed cultivator of British zoology and entomology John Curtis curated no less than 16 volumes of ‘Curtis’s British Entomology’. In total, these contained no less than 770 detailed plates of…

    £10.00
  • RHS Bees Milk Jug

    This bee patterned milk jug is a cheerful addition to any tea set. In the 19th century, esteemed cultivator of British zoology and entomology John Curtis curated no less than 16 volumes of ‘Curtis’s British Entomology’. In total, these contained no less than 770 detailed plates of British insects.…

    £10.00
  • RHS Bees Ceramic Coaster (Dark Yellow)

    This bee themed ceramic coaster works well with hot or cold drinks and is one of four designs available. In the 19th century, esteemed cultivator of British zoology and entomology John Curtis curated no less than 16 volumes of ‘Curtis’s British Entomology’. In total, these contained no less than 770…

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    £5.00
  • RHS Bees Ceramic Coaster (Light Grey)

    This bee themed ceramic coaster works well with hot or cold drinks and is one of four designs available. In the 19th century, esteemed cultivator of British zoology and entomology John Curtis curated no less than 16 volumes of ‘Curtis’s British Entomology’. In total, these contained no less than 770…

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    £5.00
  • RHS Bees Ceramic Coaster (Light Yellow)

    This bee themed ceramic coaster works well with hot or cold drinks and is one of four designs available. In the 19th century, esteemed cultivator of British zoology and entomology John Curtis curated no less than 16 volumes of ‘Curtis’s British Entomology’. In total, these contained no less than 770…

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    £5.00
  • Rhododendrons, Camellias and Magnolias 2018

    …strongly with the story of hybridization of Brooklyn Botanic Garden and in New Zealand. The story of magnolias at the famous Borde Hill Gardens is also described. Asian species Azaleas also appear, and we have a report on the hybridization of rhododendrons by the winner of last year's Crosfield cup.

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    £11.95
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