Heinrich Wilhelm Schott
He studied botany, agriculture and chemistry at the University of Vienna, where he was a pupil of Joseph Franz von Jacquin (1766–1839). He was a participant in the Austrian Brazil Expedition from 1817 to 1821. In 1828 he was appointed Hofgärtner (royal gardener) in Vienna, later serving as director of the Imperial Gardens at Schönbrunn Palace (1845). In 1852 he was in charge of transforming part of palace gardens in the fashion of an English garden. He also enriched the Viennese court gardens with his collections from Brazil.
- Meletemata botanica (with Stephan Ladislaus Endlicher), 1832
- Rutaceae. Fragmenta botanica, 1834
- Genera filicum, 1834–1836
- Aroideae, 1853–1857
- Analecta botanica (with Theodor Kotschy and Carl Fredrik Nyman), 1854
- Synopsis Aroidearum, 1856
- Icones Aroidearum, 1857
- Genera Aroidearum Exposita, 1858
- Prodromus Systematis Aroidearum, 1860
- The Botanical Art of Schott's Aroideae Maximilianae by Scott Hyndman
- Deutsche Biographie Schott, Heinrich Wilhelm (biography).
- Riedl, H.; Riedl-Dorn, Christa - Heinrich Wilhelm Schott's botanical collections at the Vienna Natural History Museum; International Association for Plant Taxonomy - Utrecht (1988) ISBN/ISSN 0040-0262
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