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Botanical illustration: black pepper
Antique print describing the botanical morphology of black pepper: a perennial plant with dark red drupes containing a single seed. The plant is cultivated for the fruits, used dried as a spice and for seasoning (mostly meat products)
Great spotted woodpecker, wildlife vintage engraving
Great spotted woodpecker has red, white and black plumage and blows rapidly with his strong bill upon trunks or branches, resembling a sort of mechanical drumming.
Common juniper, botanical vintage engraving
Common juniper is a coniferous evergreen ornamental tree with needle-like leaves, the fruits are berry like cones purple-black with bitter and strong flavor, used in the kitchen to enhances meats and to flavor beers and gin. Used in old traditional … Continued
Hop (humulus lupulus), botanical vintage engraving
Vintage engraving describing Hop (humulus lupulus) botanical morphology: flowering perennial plant with flower cones widely cultivated for use by the brewing industry
Cannabis sativa, botanical vintage engraving
Vintage print of Cannabis sativa herbaceous plant botanical morphology: each part of the plant is harvested differently, the seeds for hempseed oil or bird feed, flowers for cannabinoids consumed for recreational and medicinal purpose
Sour cherry (prunus cerasus) flowers, botanical vintage engraving
Vintage print describing the beautiful flowers of sour cherry tree Sour cherries known to the Greeks in 300 BC, were cultivated and also extremely popular with Persians and the Romans who introduced them into Britain.
Orange tree (citrus sinensis), botanical vintage engraving
Orange is a hybrid, between pomelo (Citrus maxima) and mandarin (Citrus reticulata), produces sweet and juicy fruits to be eaten fresh or as juice.it is an excellent source of vitamin C
Cotton plant or gossypium, botanical vintage engraving
Vintage print describing cotton plant (gossypium) botanical morphology: leaves,flowers and seeds in a capsule surrounded by staples used for weaving.