Christian Friedrich Heinrich Wimmer
From 1821 he studied philology and natural sciences at the University of Breslau, and after completion of studies, taught classes at Friedrichs gymnasium in Breslau. In 1835 he received the title of professor, and from 1863 served as a Schulrat (education official). He was author of several publications on Silesian flora, and specialized in the study of the willow genus Salix. The plant genus Wimmeria within the family Celastraceae is named after him.
- Flora Silesiae (Silesian flora), with Heinrich Emanuel Grabowski (2 volumes, 1827–29).
- Flora von Schlesien (Flora of Silesia), 1832.
- Phytologiae Aristotelicae fragmenta, 1838.
- Flora von Schlesien preußischen und österreichischen Antheils (Flora of Silesian, Prussian and Austrian Antheils), 1840; second edition, 1844; third edition, 1857.
- Theophrasti Eresii Opera quae supersunt omnia (3 volumes, 1854–62).
- Salices europaeae, 1866.
-  translated biography at Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie
-  OCLC WorldCat Search, List of publications.
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