List of florilegia and botanical codices

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A timeline of illustrated botanical works to 1900.

BCE[edit]

Year Location Title Author(s) Image
Greece Enquiry into Plants Theophrastus (371—287 BCE)

1–100 CE[edit]

Year Location Title Author(s) Image
c. 77 De Materia Medica[1] Dioscorides (40–90 CE)
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Naturalis Historiae Gaius Pliny the Elder (23–79 CE)

201-300[edit]

Year Location Title Author(s) Image


c. 200-250 C.E. China Ben Cao Jing

301-400[edit]

Year Location Title Author(s) Image
4th century Pseudo-Apuleius Herbarius

501–600[edit]

Year Location Title Author(s) Image
515 Vienna Dioscurides (copy of De Materia Medica made for Juliana Anicia, daughter of Anicius Olybrius)
6th century Herbarium Leiden, MS. Voss. Q.9.

1301–1500[edit]

Year Location Title Author(s) Image
Early 14th-century Salerno Liber de Simplici Medicina aka Circa Instans Johannes and/or Matthaeus Platearius
Early 15th-century Italy Voynich manuscript (text in code)
c. 1450 – c. 1480 Cluny Livre des Simples Medicines Matthaeus Platearius
1475 Augsburg He nach volget das Puch der Natur Konrad von Megenberg (1309–1374)
1481/83 Italy/Mainz Herbarium Apuleii Platonici Apuleius Platonicus
1483 Venice Naturalis Historiae Gaius Pliny the Elder (23–79 CE)
1484 Germany Latin Herbarius Peter Schöffer (1425–1502)[2]
1485 Germany German Herbarius Peter Schöffer (1425–1502)
1486 Augsburg Gart der Gesundheit Peter Schöffer (1425–1502)
1491 Mainz Ortus sanitatis de herbis et planti de animalibus Jacob Meydenbach
Peter Schöffer (1425–1502)

1501–1600[edit]

Year Location Title Author(s) Image
Early 16th-century Paris Livre des Simples Medicines Matthaeus Platearius
Robinet Testard
1526 England The Grete Herball
1530 Strasbourg Herbarium Vivae Eicones Otto Brunfels (1488–1534), Hans Weiditz
1530 Strasbourg Lustgärten und Pflantzungen Christian Egenolff (1502–1555)
1536 Paris De Natura Stirpium Jean Ruel (1474–1537)
1539 Strasbourg Kreüter Buch Hieronymus Bock (1498–1554)
1542 Basle De Historia Stirpium Commentarii Insignes Leonhart Fuchs (1501–1566)
Albrecht Meyer
Heinrich Füllmaurer
Veit Rudolf Speckle
1544 Venice Commentarii in Sex Libros Pedacii Dioscoridis Pietro Andrea Mattioli (1501–1577)
1549 Lyons Plantarum effigies[3] Leonhart Fuchs (1501–1566)
1551 London, Cologne A New Herball, Wherein are Conteyned the Names of Herbes William Turner (1508–1568)
1552 Mexico Badianus Manuscript Juan Badiano (born 1484), Martín de la Cruz
1554 Antwerp Cruijdeboeck Rembert Dodoens (1517–1585)
1561 Strasbourg Historia Stirpium Libri IV Conrad Gesner (1516–1565)
1562 Prague Herbarz: Ginak Bylinar (Commentaries on Dioscorides) Pietro Andrea Mattioli (1501–1577)
1563 Goa Coloquios dos Simples, e Drogas he Cousas Medicinais Garcia de Orta (1501–1568)
1568–72 Florilegium in Victoria & Albert Museum Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues (c. 1533 – 1588)
1568 Antwerp Florum et Coronarium Odoratarum Rembert Dodoens (1517–1585)
1569 Seville Historia Medicinal Indias Occidentales Nicolás Monardes (1493–1588)
1570 London Stirpium Adversaria Nova Matthias de Lobel (1538–1616), Pierre Pena
1576 Antwerp Plantarum Seu Stirpium Historia Matthias de Lobel (1538–1616)
1577 Frankfurt Kreuterbuch. Künstliche Conterfeytunge der Bäume, Stauden Adam Lonicer (1528–1586)
1577–87 Florence Botanical Paintings for Francesco I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany Jacopo Ligozzi (1547–1627)
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1581 Antwerp Plantarum Seu Stirpium Icones Matthias de Lobel (1538–1616)
1583 Florence De Plantis Libri XVI Andrea Cesalpino (1519–1603)
1583 Antwerp Stirpium Historiae Pemptades Sex Rembert Dodoens (1517–1585)
1585 Rome Herbario nuovo Castore Durante (born 1529)
1586 Historia plantarum Lugdunensis Jacques d'Aléchamps (1513–1588)
Johannes Molindus
Jean Bauhin (1511–1582)
1592 Naples Phytobasanos cui accessit vita Fabi et Lynceorum Fabio Colonna (1567–1650)[4]
1593 China Bencao Gangmu[5] Li Shizhen (1518–1593)
1597 London Herball John Gerard (1545–1611)

1601–1700[edit]

Year Location Title Author(s) Image
1601 Antwerp Rariorum Plantarum Historia[6] Fungorum Historia Charles de l'Écluse (1526–1609)
1605 Leiden Exoticorum Libri Decem Charles de l'Écluse (1526–1609)
1608 Paris Le Jardin du roy tres chrestien Louis XIIII roy de France et de Navare Pierre Vallet (c. 1575 – 1657)
1611 Antwerp Curae Posteriores Aethiopicum Charles de l'Écluse (1526–1609)
1612 Frankfurt-am-Main Florilegium Novum Theodor de Bry (1528–1598)
Johann Theodor de Bry (1561–1623)
Matthäus Merian (1593–1650)
1612 Frankfurt-am-Main Florilegium Amplissimum et Selectissimum Emanuel Sweert (1552–1612)
1613 Kraków Zielnik Szymon Syreński (1540–1611)
1613 Hortus Eystettensis Basilius Besler (1561–1629)
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1614–16 Utrecht Hortus floridus Crispijn van de Passe (1564–1637)
1615 Hortulus Monheimensis Wolfgang Philippus Brandt
1620 Paris Livre de Fleurs[7] François L’Anglois (1859–1647)
1623 Basle Pinax Theatri Botanici Caspar Bauhin (1560–1624)
1629 Venice De plantis exoticis libri duo[8] Prospero Alpini (1553–1617)
1629 London Paradisi in Sole John Parkinson (1567–1650)
1633 Rome De Florum Cultura Libri IV Giovanni Battista Ferrari (1584–1655)
1633 Paris Theatrum florae Daniel Rabel (1578–1637)
1635 Paris Canadensium Plantarum, Aliarumque Nondum Editarum Historia Jacques-Philippe Cornut (c1606–1651)
1640 London Theatrum Botanicum John Parkinson (1567–1650)
1641 Frankfurt-am-Main Florilegium renovatum et auctum: variorum maximeque rariorum germinum, forum ac plantarum Theodor de Bry (1528–1598)
Matthäus Merian (1593–1650)
1644 Paris Recueil des Plantes du Jardin du Roi Guy de la Brosse (1586–1641)
1644 Amsterdam Theophrasti Eresii de Historia Plantarum Johannes Bodaeus van Stapel (1602–1636)
1646 Rome Hesperides sive de Malorum Aureorum Cultura et Usu Libri Quatuor Giovanni Battista Ferrari (1584–1655), Cassiano dal Pozzo (1588–1657)[2]
1648 Lugdun Historia Naturalis Brasiliae Willem Piso[2]
1649–59 Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp Gottorfer Codex Hans Simon Holtzbecker († 1671)
1660 Altdorf[9] Florae Altdorffinae Deliciae Hortenses sive Catalogus Plantarum Horti Medici Moritz Hoffmann (1622–1698)
1669 London Hortus Regius Blesensis Robert Morison (1620–1683)
1670 London Sylva or a Discourse of Forest Trees[10] John Evelyn (1620–1706)
1672 Amsterdam Waare Oeffening der Planten Abraham Munting (1626–1683)
1672 Oxford Plantarum Umbelliferum Robert Morison (1620–1683)
1675 Copenhagen Acta Medica et Philosophica Hafniensia Thomas Bartholin (1616–1680)
1676 Paris Memoires pour servir à l'histoire des plantes Dionys Dodart (1634–1707)
1678 Danzig Exoticarum...Plantarum Centuria Prima Jacob Breyne (1637–1697)
1678–1703 Amsterdam Hortus Malabaricus Hendrik van Rheede et al. (1636–1691)
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1679 Nuremberg Der Raupen wunderbare Verwandelung und sonderbare Blumennahrung Maria Sibylla Merian (1647–1717)
1680 Amsterdam Aloidarium Historia Abraham Munting (1626–1683)
1680 Oxford Historia plantarum universalis Oxoniensis Robert Morison (1620–1683)
1682 London Methodus Plantarum Nova John Ray (1628–1705)
1682 The Anatomy of Plants Nehemiah Grew (1641–1712)
1685 Amsterdam Simon van der Stel's Journal of his expedition in Namaqualand Simon van der Stel (1639–1712)
1686 Paris Voyage de Siam Guy Tachard (1651–1712)
1686–1709 Amsterdam Moninckx Atlas [11] Jan Moninckx (1656–1714)
Maria Moninckx (1673–1757)
1687 Leiden Horti Academici Lugduno-Batavi Catalogus Paul Hermann (c. 1646 – 1695)
16?? London Codex Comptoniana Henry Compton (1632–1713)
16?? Holland Codex Bentingiana Hans Willem Bentinck (1649–1709)
16?? Holland Codex Witsenii Nicolaas Witsen (1641–1717)
1686–1704 London Historia plantarum generalis John Ray (1628–1705)
van Huysum
1689 Paris Second Voyage Guy Tachard (1651–1712)
1690 The Hague Horti Beaumonti Exoticarum Plantarum Catalogus Franz Kiggelaer (1648–1722)
1691 London Phytographia Leonard Plukenet (1642–1706)
1693 Paris Description des plantes de l'Amérique Charles Plumier (1646–1704)
1694 Paris Eléments de botanique Institutiones Rei Herbariae Joseph Pitton de Tournefort (1656–1708)
1696 London Almagestum Leonard Plukenet (1642–1706)
1696 Brandenburg Index Nominum Plantarum Universalis Christian Mentzel (1622–1701)
1697 Amsterdam Horti medici amstelodamensis (vol. 1) Jan Commelijn (1629–1692)
1698 Leiden Paradisus Batavus Paul Hermann (1646–1695)
1700 Nuremberg Flora Noribergensis Johann Georg Volckamer (1662–1744)
1700 Paris Institutiones Rei Herbariae Joseph Pitton de Tournefort (1656–1708)

1701–1800[edit]

Year Location Title Author(s) Image
1701 Amsterdam Horti medici amstelodamensis (vol.2) Caspar Commelijn (1668–1731)
1702–09 London Gazophylacii naturae & Artis Decas I-X James Petiver (1663–1718)
1703 Paris Nova Plantarum Americanarum Genera Charles Plumier (1646–1704)
1703 Leiden Praeludia botanica Caspar Commelijn (1668–1731)
1704 De Plantis & Insectis Quibusdam Rarioribus in Hispania Observatis Johann Philipp Breyne (1680–1764)
1705 Metamorphosis insectorum Surinamensium Maria Sibylla Merian (1647–1717)
1706 Horti medici amstelodamensis Planta Rariores et Exoticae Caspar Commelijn (1668–1731)
1707–25 London Voyage to the Islands Madera, Barbadoes, Nieves, St. Christophers and Jamaica Hans Sloane (1660–1753)
1710 London Botanologia or The English Herbal][12] William Salmon (1644–1713)
1712 Lemgo Amoenitatum Exoticarum Engelbert Kaempfer (1651–1716)
1714 Paris Icones Plantarum per Galliam, Hispaniam et Italiam Observata ad Vivum Exhibitarum Jacques Barrelier (1606–1673)
1716–28 Cambridge Historia Plantarum Succulentarum Richard Bradley (1688–1732)
1717 Leiden Musaeum Zeylanicum Paul Hermann (1646–1695)
1719 Nuremberg Caput Bonae Spei Hodiernum Peter Kolbe (1675–1726)
1720 Leiden Index Altera Plantarum Herman Boerhaave (1668–1739)
1721 London A Philosophical Treatise on Husbandry and Gardening Georg Andreas Agricola (1672–1738)
1723 Florence Catalogus Plantarum Horti Pisani Michelangelo Tilli (1655–1740)
1724 London Synopsis Methodica Stirpium Britannicarum Johann Jacob Dillenius (1684–1747)
1724 Flora Capensis Johann Philipp Breyne (1680–1764)
Jacob Breyne
1728–36 London Historia Plantarum Rariorum John Martyn (1699–1768)
Jacob van Huysum (1687–1740)
William Houstoun
G. Sartorys
R. Sartorius
1728–40 Plantarum minus cognitarum centuria Johann Christian Buxbaum (1693–1730)
Johann Georg Gmelin (1709–1755)
1730 London Catalogus Plantarum[13] Thomas Fairchild (1667?-1729), Philip Miller (1691–1771)
1730–47 The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands Mark Catesby (1683–1749)
1731 London The Gardeners Dictionary Philip Miller (1691–1771)
1732 London Hortus Elthamensis Johann Jacob Dillenius (1684–1747)
1734–65 Amsterdam Locupletissimi Rerum Naturalium Thesauri Albertus Seba (1665–1736)
1735 Leiden Systema naturae Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778)
1735 Amsterdam Bibliotheca botanica Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778)
1735 Amsterdam Fundamenta Botanica Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778)
1736–48 Amsterdam Duidelyke Vertoning - Beschryvingen der Bloemdragende Gewassen Johann Wilhelm Weinmann (1683–1741)
1737 Amsterdam Thesaurus Zeylanicus Catalogus Plantarum Africanarum Johannes Burman (1707–1779)
1737 Amsterdam Hortus Cliffortianus Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778)
Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708–1770)
1737–45 Ratisbon Phytanthoza Iconographia[14] Johann Wilhelm Weinmann (1683–1741)
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1737–39 London A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts Elizabeth Blackwell (1700–1758)[2]
1738–09 Rariorum Africanarum Plantarum Johannes Burman (1707–1779)
1739 St Petersburg Stirpium rariorum in Imperio Rutheno Johannes Amman (1707–1741)
Philipp Georg Mattarnovy (1716–1742)
1739 Danzig Prodromi fasciculi rariorum plantarum primus et secundus Johann Philipp Breyne (1680–1764)
1741–55 Amsterdam Herbarium Amboinense[15] Georg Eberhard Rumphius/Georg Eberhard Rumpf (1627–1702)[2]
1742 Oxford Historia muscorum Johann Jacob Dillenius (1684–1747)
1747 Stockholm Flora Zeylanica Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778)
1748-59 London Plantae et Papiliones Rariores Depictae et Aeri Incisae Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708–1770)
1749 Göttingen 'Opuscula sua Botanica Albrecht von Haller (1708-1777)
1750 Historia Plantarum originally written by Conrad Gessner between 1555 and 1565.
1750–73 Plantae selectae Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708–1770)
Christoph Jacob Trew[16]
1750–73 Nuremberg Herbarium Blackwellianum emendatum Elizabeth Blackwell (1700–1758)[2]
1750–86 Nuremberg Hortus Nitidissimus Christoph Jacob Trew
1753 Stockholm Species Plantarum Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778)
1754 Stockholm Genera Plantarum Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778)
1758 Pomologia Fructologia Johann Hermann Knoop
1761–1883 Flora Danica Georg Christian Oeder et al.
1763–64 Paris Familles des Plantes Michel Adanson (1727–1806)
1767 Stockholm Descriptiones Plantarum ex Capite Bonae Spei Peter Jonas Bergius (1730–1790)
1767 Stockholm Mantissa Plantarum Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778)
1767 London Hortus Europae Americanus Mark Catesby (1683–1749)
1767–68 Palermo La Natura e Coltura de'Fiori fisicamente esposta in due trattati Filippo Arena (1708–1789)
P. M. Camareri[17][18][19]
1769–70 London The British Herbal John Edwards (1742–1815)
1770–76 Vienna Hortus Botanicus Vindobonensis Nikolaus Joseph Jacquin[2]
1773–78 Vienna Floræ Austriacæ Nikolaus Joseph Jacquin[2]
1774–83 Herbier Artificiel Pierre Buchoz
1775 Paris Histoire des Plantes de la Guyane Françoise Jean Baptiste Christophore Fusée Aublet (1720–1778)
1775 Leiden Afbeeldingen van zeldzaame gewassen Nicolaas Meerburgh[2]
1776–83 Paris Flora Parisiensis Pierre Bulliard (1752–1793)
1777 Illustrations of the sexual system of Linnaeus John Miller
Johann Sebastien Mueller (1715–1790)[20]
1777 London Flora Londinensis William Curtis (1746–1799)
James Sowerby
Sydenham Edwards
William Kilburn
1779–90 Nuremberg Icones plantarum medicinalium Johannes Zorn (1739–99)
1780–95 Herbier de la France Pierre Bulliard (1742–93)
1783–92 Stuttgart Beschreibung und Abbildung der Bäume und Gesträuche, welche im Herzogthum Wirtemberg wild wachsen Johann Simon von Kerner (1755–1830)
1783–1801 London A Collection of Flowers drawn after Nature John Edwards (1742–1815)
1784 Leipzig Flora Japonica Carl Thunberg (1743–1828)
1785 Stockholm A Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope Anders Erikson Sparrman (1748–1820)
1786 Halle Florulae Insularum Australium Prodromus Georg Forster (1754–1794)
1786 Nuremberg Hortus nitidissimus Christoph Jacob Trew (1695–1769)
1786–89 Stockholm Catalogue of the Museum Carlsonianum Anders Erikson Sparrman (1748–1820)
1787 London The Botanical Magazine William Curtis (1746–1799)
1787 Paris Cours de botanique Pierre Philippe Alyon (1758–1816)[21]
1788 Paris Recueil des Plantes Gravée par Ordre du Roi Louis XIV Dionys Dodart (1634–1707)
1788 Paris Cornus :specimen botanicum Charles Louis L'Héritier de Brutelle (1746–1800)
Pierre-Joseph Redouté[2]
1788 Paris Monadelphiae classis dissertationes decem Antonio J. Cavanilles
1788–93 Stockholm Travels in Europe, Africa and Asia Carl Thunberg (1743–1828)
1789 Paris Recueil de plantes coloriees, pour servir a l'intelligence des lettres elementaires sur la botanique Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778)
Nicolas Robert (1614-1685)
1789 London A Narrative of Four Journeys into the Country of the Hottentots and Caffraria William Paterson (1755–1810)
1789–90 London Botanical Review, or The Beauties of Flora[22] Edward Donovan (1768–1837)
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1790 London Travels into the Interior Parts of Africa François Le Vaillant (1753–1824)
1790 Plantes grasses Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759–1840)
1790–92 De Fructibus et Seminibus Plantarum[23] Joseph Gaertner (1732–1791)
Johann Georg Sturm (1742–1793)
1790–95 Medical Botany William Woodville
James Sowerby
1790–1813 English Botany Sowerby's Botany James Sowerby
James Edward Smith
1793 Haarlem Icones Plantarum Rariorum
1794 London Coloured Engravings of Heaths Henry Charles Andrews fl.(1794–1830)[21]
1794 Uppsala Prodromus Plantarum Capensium Carl Thunberg (1743–1828)
1795 Stuttgart Hortus sempervirens exhibens icones plantarum selectiorum... Johann Simon von Kerner (1755–1830) [24]
1796 Weimar Der geöffnete Blumengarten August Iohann Georg Carl Batsch
1796 Nuremberg Deutschlands Flora in Abbildungen[25] Jacob Sturm (1771–1848)
Johann Georg Sturm (1742–1793)
1797 A Description of the Genus Cinchona Aylmer Bourke Lambert (1761–1842)[2]
1797–1804 Vienna Plantarum Rariorum Horti Caesarei Schoenbrunnensis Descriptiones et Icones Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727–1817)
1797–1812 Botanist's Repository Henry Charles Andrews fl.(1794–1830)
1798 Paris Histoire des champignons de la France Pierre Bulliard (1742–93)
1798 Madrid Flora Peruviana, et Chilensis Hipólito Ruiz[2]
1798–99 Paris Flora Atlantica :sive historia plantarum quae in Atlante René Louiche Desfontaines (1750–1833)
Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759–1840)[2]
1799–1807 Temple of Flora Robert John Thornton (1768–1837)
Thomas Medland (1755–1833)
Philip Reinagle (1749–1833)[26]
1799–1807 Illustrations of the New Sexual System of Carolus von Linnaeus and Temple of Flora Robert John Thornton (1768–1837)[27] Thomas Medland (1755–1833)
Philip Reinagle (1749–1833)[26]
1799–1837 Plantarum historia succulentarum A. P. de Candolle (1778–1841)
Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759–1840)
1800 Paris Description des plantes nouvelles Etienne Pierre Ventenat (1757–1808)
1800–22 Vienna Icones Plantarum Medico-Oeconomico-Technologicarum Ferdinand Bernhard Vietz (1772–1815)

1801–1900[edit]

Year Location Title Author(s) Image
1800–1934 Amsterdam Flora Batava[28] Jan Kops (1765–1849)
Jan Christiaan Sepp (1739–1811)
1801 Paris Histoire des Chênes de l'Amérique André Michaux (1746–1802)
Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759–1840)
1801–09 Vienna Icones et descriptiones Graminum austriacorum Nikolaus Thomas Host
1802–12 Vienna Descriptiones et icones plantarum rariorum Hungariae Pál Kitaibel (1757–1817)
Franz de Paula Adam von Waldstein (1759–1823)
Karl Schutz
Johann Schutz
1802–15 Paris Les liliacées Redouté (1759–1840)
de Candolle
François de Laroche
Alire Raffeneau-Delile
Louis-Jean Allais (1762–1833)[2]
1802 Astragalogia, nempe astragali Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759–1840)[29]
1804 Paris Voyage à l’ouest des Monts Alléghanys François André Michaux (1770–1855)
1804–12 Pomona Britannica George Brookshaw (1751–1823)
1805-19 Collectio plantarum, Sammlung ausländischer und einheimischer Pflanzen (3 vols) Johann Christoph Wendland (1755-1828)
1807 Paris Le voyage aux régions equinoxiales du Nouveau Continent, fait en 1799-1804 Alexander von Humboldt (1769–1859)
Aimé Bonpland (1773–1858)
1807–20 Uppsala Flora Capensis Carl Thunberg (1743–1828)
1808 Paris Fleurs et Fruits graveés Pancrace Bessa (1772–1835)
1808–27 Paris Flore des Antilles François Richard de Tussac (1751–1837)
1809 Vienna Fragmenta botanica Nikolaus Joseph Jacquin[2]
1810 London Botanical Extracts Or Philosophy of Botany Robert John Thornton (1768–1837)
1810–13 Paris Histoire des arbres forestiers de l'Amerique septentrionale André Michaux (1746–1802)
François André Michaux (1770–1855)
Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759–1840)
1811 London Pomona Herefordiensis Thomas Andrew Knight (1759–1838)
1812 London The British Flora Robert John Thornton (1768–1837)
1812–17 Paris Description des plantes rares cultivees a Malmaison et a Navarre Aime Bonpland (1773–1858)
Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759–1840)[2]
1814–27 Paris Herbier général de l'amateur Jean-Claude Michel Mordant de Launay (1750–1816)
1815–47 London Edwards's Botanical Register Sydenham Edwards (1768–1819)
Sarah Drake (1803–1857)
John Bellenden Ker Gawler (c. 1764 – 1842)
John Lindley (1799–1865)
1817 London Groups of flowers George Brookshaw (1751–1823)
1817 Nuremberg Deutschlands Flora In Abbildungen Joseph Sturm (1771–1848)
1817–18 Philadelphia Vegetable Materia Medica of the United States William Paul Crillon Barton (1786–1856)
1817–19 Philadelphia The North American Sylva François André Michaux (1770–1855)
1817–20 Boston American Medical Botany[30] Jacob Bigelow (1787–1879)[4]
1817–33 London The Botanical Cabinet[31] Conrad Loddiges & Sons
1818 Muscologia William Jackson Hooker (1786–1865)
Thomas Taylor
1818–20 London Studies of Flowers from Nature Miss Smith
1818–20 Musci exotici William Jackson Hooker (1786–1865)
1818–22 Paris Histoire Naturelle des Orangers Antoine Risso (1777–1845)
Pierre Antoine Poiteau (1766–1854)
1819 Paris The North American Sylva François André Michaux (1770–1855)
1819–23 London William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings William Farquhar (1774–1839)
1820 Paris Études de fleurs et de fruits: Peints d'après nature Henriette Vincent
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1820–46 Paris Icones selectae plantarum Augustin Pyramus de Candolle (1778–1841)
Benjamin Delessert (1773–1847)
Pierre Jean François Turpin (1775–1840)
Jean-Christophe Heyland (1792–1866)
1821–23 Philadelphia A Flora of North America William Paul Crillon Barton (1786–1856)
1821–24 Paris Phytographie médicale[32] Joseph R. Roques (1772–1850)
Edouard Hocquart (1787–1870)
1821–26 London Collectanea botanica or Figures and botanical illustrations of rare and curious exotic plants[33] John Lindley (1799–1865)
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1821–29 Paris Flore Medicale des Antilles[34] Michel Étienne Descourtilz (1775–1835), Jean-Theodore Descourtilz
1823–32 Nova Genera et Species Plantarum Brasiliensium Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (1794–1868)
1823–50 Leipzig Historia naturalis palmarum Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (1794–1868)[2]
1824–39 Paris Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis Augustin Pyramus de Candolle (1778–1841)
Alphonse de Candolle (1806–1893)
1825 Paris Traite des arbrisseaux et des arbustes cultives en France et en pleine terre[35] Jean Henri Jaume Saint-Hilaire (1772–1845)
1825 Philadelphia Vegetable Materia Medica of the United States William Paul Crillon Barton (1786–1856)
1826 West Chester Florula Cestrica William Darlington (1782–1863)
1827 Icones selectae Plantarum Cryptogamicarum Brasiliensium Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (1794–1868)
1827–33 Paris Choix Des Plus Belles Fleurs Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759–1840)
1828 Japan Illustrated Manual of Medicinal Plants[36] Iwasaki Tsunemasa (1786–1842)
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1828 London The Pomological Magazine John Lindley (1799–1865)
1828–32 Paris 'Flore medicale François-Pierre Chaumeton (1775–1819)
1829–40 Flora boreali-americana William Jackson Hooker (1785–1865)
David Douglas (1799–1834)
John Richardson (naturalist) (1787–1865)
1831 London Illustrations and Descriptions of Camellieæ William Chandler Booth (1804–1874)
Alfred Chandler (1804–1896)
S.Watts
Weddell
1831–34 London A selection of hexandrian plants, belonging to the natural orders Amaryllidae and Liliacae Priscilla Susan Falkner Bury (1793–1869)[2]
1832 London A Description of the Genus Pinus Aylmer Bourke Lambert (1761–1842)
1832–43 Oxford British Phaenogamous Botany William Baxter
J.H. Parker
Whittaker, Treacher and Company
1833–38 Brussels l’Horticulteur belge[37] Louis van Houtte
Charles François Antoine Morren
Auguste Drapiez
Michael Josef Francois Scheidweiler
1835 Paris Collection de 24 Bouquets de Fleurs Henriette Vincent
1835–45 Leipzig Nova genera ac species plantarum, quas in regno Chilensi Peruviano et in terra Amazonica[38] Eduard Friedrich Poeppig (1798–1868), István László Endlicher (1804–1849)
1835–48 Leiden Rumphia Carl Ludwig Blume (1796–1862)
1836 Paris, Turin Histoire naturelle, agricole et economique du maïs Matthieu Bonafous (1793–1852)
1836 London The romance of nature or, the flower-seasons illustrated Louisa Anne Twamley Meredith (1812–1895)
1836–50 Paris Histoire naturelle des Iles Canaries Philip Barker Webb (1793–1854)
Sabin Berthelot (1794–1880)
Jean-Christophe Heyland (1792–1866)
1836–76 Icones Plantarum William Jackson Hooker (1785–1865)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)
1837–38 London Sertum Orchidaceum John Lindley (1799–1865)
Sarah Drake (1803–1857)
M. Gauci[39]
1837–41 Amsterdam The Orchidaceae of Mexico and Guatemala James Bateman (1811–1897)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)
Sarah Drake (1803–1857)
Mrs Withers
M. Gauci
1837–59 Turin Flora Sardoa Giuseppe Giacinto Moris (1796–1869) [40]
1839 Paris Iconographie du genre Camellia Lorenzo Berlèse (1784–1863)[41]
1840 Die Natzlichen Und Schadlichen Schwamme Harald Othmar Lenz (1799–1870)
1840 St. Petersburg Illustrationes algarum in itinere c. orbem jussu Imperatoris Nicolai I Alexander Philipov Postels (1801–1871)
Franz Joseph Ruprecht (1814–1870)
1840–1906 Munich Flora Brasiliensis Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (1794–1868) et al.[42]
1841–47 Iconographie descriptive des cactees Charles Antoine Lemaire
Dumenil
Maubert[2]
1842-50 London Plantae Utiliores Gilbert Thomas Burnett (1800-1835)
Mary Ann Burnett
1843 A Flora of the State of New York John Torrey
1843 London Paxton's magazine of botany Joseph Paxton (1803–1865)
1843–46 Paris Flore d’Amérique dessinée d’après nature sur les lieux Etienne Denisse (fl. 1814–1845)
1844 London Sertum Plantarum Henry Borron Fielding (1805-1851)
Mary Fielding (1804-1895)
1844–1859 London Flora Antarctica or The Botany of the Antarctic Voyage of H.M. Discovery Ships Erebus and Terror in the years 1839–1843, under the Command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817–1911)
1844–73 Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis Alphonse Pyrame de Candolle (1805–1893)
1845–83 Ghent Flore des Serre Louis van Houtte (1810–1876)
Charles Antoine Lemaire (1800–1871)
Michael Josef Francois Scheidweiler (1799–1861)
1846 Madras Spicilegium Neilgherrense[43] Robert Wight (1796–1872)
1848–60 Ghent Nouvelle Iconographie des Camellias Ambroise Verschaffelt
Bernard Léon
1849 New York A Forget-Me-Not. Flowers from nature Clarissa Munger Badger
1849 Paris Histoire Naturelle des quinquinas, ou monograph du genre Cinchona Hugh Algernon Weddell (1819–1877)
1849–51 The Rhododendrons of Sikkim-Himalaya Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817–1911)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)
1849–57 London Illustrations of South American Plants[44] John Miers (1789–1879)
1850–52 Brussels Album de pomologie Alexandre Joseph Désiré Bivort (1809–1872)
1850–52 London Paxton’s Flower Garden John Lindley (1799–1865)
Joseph Paxton (1803–1865)
1851 A Century of Orchidaceous Plants William Jackson Hooker(1785–1865)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)
1851 Prague Beschreibung und Cultur Orchideen F Josst
1851–52 Paris Jardin Fleuriste Charles Antoine Lemaire (1800–1871)
Jean-Christophe Heyland (1792–1866)
1852–53 London Flora Homoeopathica[45] Edward Hamilton (1815–1903)
1853 Paris Gramineae Chilenses Émile Desvaux[2]
1853 Vienna Pflanzen Blumen und Blätter Alois Auer (fl. 1840s-1850s)
1853–60 Annales de Pomologie Belge et étrangère Alexandre Joseph Désiré Bivort (1809–1872)
Séraph Bavay
1853–60 Flora of New Zealand, Flora of Tasmania Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817–1911)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892) [46]
1854 Amsterdam Handboek tot de Kennis, Voortkweeking van Cactus-soorten J. J. Krook
1854–60 Pescatorea Jean Jules Linden (1817–1898)
François De Tollenaere
Maubert
1854–96 Belgium L'Illustration Horticole Journal Special Des Serre et Des Jardins Charles Antoine Lemaire (1800–1871)
Jean Jules Linden (1817–1898)
Ambroise Verschaffelt
1855 Illustrations of Himalayan Plants Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817–1911)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)[2]
1855–57 Paris Chloris andina : essai d'une flore de la région alpine des Cordillères de l'Amérique du Sud Hugh Algernon Weddell (1819–1877)[2]
1855–56 Physiotypia Plantarum Austriacarum der Naturselbstdruck Constantin von Ettingshausen (1826–1897)
1857 The Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland Thomas Moore
Henry Bradbury (1831–1860)
1858 Leiden Florae Javae et insularum adjacentium nova series Carl Ludwig Blume (1796–1862)[39]
1858–1900 Leipzig Xenia Orchidacea. Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Orchideen Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach (1823–1889)
Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig Kraenzlin (1847–1934)
1859 Dublin Thesaurus Capensis or Illustrations of the South African Flora William Henry Harvey (1811–1866)
1859 Nice Les Champignons De La Province De Nice Jean-Baptiste Barla (1817–1896)
1859 New York Wild Flowers Drawn and Colored from Nature Clarissa Munger Badger
1859 Nature-Printed British Ferns Henry Bradbury (1831–1860)
1859–60 The Nature-printed British Sea-weeds Henry Bradbury (1831–1860)
1859–60 Hortus Lindenianus Jean Jules Linden (1817–1898)
1860 Bruxelles Pescatorea :iconographie des orchidees[47] Jean Jules Linden (1817–1898)
1860 London Outlines Of British Fungology Miles Joseph Berkeley (1803–1889)
1862-64 Madrid Album de la flora médico-farmacéutica é industrial, indígena y exótica Vicente Martin de Argenta (1829-1896)
1862–65-91 London Select Orchidaceous Plants Robert Warner (botanist) (1814–1896)
Benjamin Samuel Williams (1824–1890)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)
James Andrews
Phalaenopsis schilleriana00.jpg
1863 Vienna Beiträge zur Morphologie und Biologie der Familie der Orchideen JG Beer
1863–84 London Pinetum Britannicum Edward James Ravenscroft (1816–1890)
1864–74 A Monograph of Odontoglossum James Bateman
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)[2]
1865 Handbook of the British Flora George Bentham (1800–1884)
William Jackson Hooker (1786–1865)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)
1866 Paris Icones Euphorbiarum ou figures de cent vingt-deux espèces du Genre Euphorbia Pierre Edmond Boissier (1810–1885)
Jean-Christophe Heyland (né Kumpfler) (1792–1866)
1867 London A Second Century of Orchidaceous Plants James Bateman (1811–1897)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)
1867 New York Floral Belles from the Green-House and Garden Clarissa Munger Badger
1868 Nice Flore illustrée de Nice et des Alpes-Maritimes JB Barla
1868 U.S. Autumnal Leaves Ellen Robbins
1871 London Handbook Of British Fungi Mordecai Cubitt Cooke (1825–1914)
1871–1905 Leiden Musée botanique de Leide Willem Frederik Reinier Suringar (editor)
A. J. Kouwels
A. J. Wendel
1872 Paris Flore forestière : illustrée arbres et arbustes du centre de l'Europe Charles de Kirwan (1829-1917)
1874 London A monograph of Odontoglossum James Bateman (1811–1897)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)
1875–94 Sydney Australian Orchids Robert D. FitzGerald (1830–1892)
Charles Potter
A. J.Stopps[39]
1876–92 Paris Dictionnaire de botanique Henri Ernest Baillon (1827–1895)
Auguste Faguet (1841–1886)
Diploglottis cunninghamii - Baillon.jpg
1877–80 Monograph of the Genus Lilium Henry John Elwes (1846–1922)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)[2]
1877–83 Manila Flora de Filipinas Francisco Manuel Blanco (1778–1845), Lorenzo Guerrero, Regino Garcia y Basa, Fabian Domingo, C. Arguelles, J. Garcia, Rosendo Garcia, Felix Martinez[48]
Cucurbita maxima Blanco2.320.jpg
1879–88 London Biologia Centrali-Americana[49] Frederick DuCane Godman (1834–1919)
Osbert Salvin (1835–1898)
William Botting Hemsley (1843–1924)
1880 London Illustrations of the British flora Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892), Worthington George Smith (1835–1917)
1880 Paris Les Orchidées. Histoire Iconographique ED de Puydt[39]
1880 Brussels Fleurs, fruits et feuillages choisis de l'ille de Java Berthe Hoola van Nooten[2]
1881–93 L'Orchidophile; Journal des Amateurs d'Orchidées A. Godefroy-Lebeuf
Guillaume Severeyns
F. Stroobant
Jeanne Koch.
1882–83 Berlin Deutsche Pomologie Wilhelm Lauche
1882–97 London The Orchid Album[50] Robert Warner (botanist)
Thomas Moore
John Nugent Fitch (1840–1927)
Benjamin Samuel Williams (1824–1890)
1883-1914 Gera Köhler's Medizinal-Pflanzen Hermann Adolph Köhler (1834-79)
Walther Otto Müller (1833-1887)
C.F. Schmidt
K. Gunther
1885 Gera Flora von Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz[51] Otto Wilhelm Thomé (1840–1925)
1885 London Orchids the Royal Family of Plants HS Miner
1885–94 Brussels Iconographie des Orchidées Jean Jules Linden (1817–1898)
Lucien Linden
Pieter De Pannemaeker
Em. Rodigas
R. A. Rolfe
Cypripedium lathamianum00.jpg
1885–1906 Ghent Lindenia : Iconographie des Orchidées Jean Jules Linden (1817–1898)
Lucien Linden
1887–94 London A Manual of Orchidaceous Plants Harry James Veitch (1840–1924)[39]
1888 Argenteuil Les Cypripediées A. Godefroy-Lebeuf and Brown[52]
1888–94 London Reichenbachia: Orchids Illustrated and Described Henry Frederick Conrad Sander (1847–1920)
Henry George Moon (1857–1905)
Walter Hood Fitch (1817–1892)
1890 Stuttgart Illustriertes Handbuch der Kakteenkunde Anton Daul
1891 Washington Plates 1849-1859 to Accompany a Report on the Forest Trees of North America Asa Gray (1810–1888)
1891 Paris Atlas des plantes de France Amédée Masclef (1858–?)
1893–1913 London Icones Orchidearum Austro-Africanarum extra-tropicarum Harry Bolus (1834–1911)
1873–76 Vienna Atlas der für den Weinbau Deutschlands und Österreichs Rudolf Goethe (1843–1911)
1894 Aepfel und Birnen Rudolf Goethe (1843–1911)
Hermann Degenkolb
Reinhard Mertens
1894 Brussels Les Orchidées Exotiques et leur culture en Europe Lucien Linden
Alfred Cogniaux (1841–1916)
G Grignan
1894 London The Orchid Grower's Manual Benjamin Samuel Williams (1824–1890)
1895 Berlin Handbuch der Tafeltraubenkultur Rudolf Goethe (1843–1911)
Wilhelm Lauche
Rudolf Goethe04.jpg
1895 Berlin Die Pflanzenwelt Ost-Afrikas Adolf Engler (1844–1930)
1896 London The genus Masdevallia Florence H Woolward (1854–1936)
Friedrich Carl Lehmann
1896–1907 Bruxelles Dictionnaire Iconographique des Orchidees[53] Alfred Cogniaux (1841–1916)
Alphonse Goossens
1897–98 Washington Student's Hand-Book Of Mushrooms Of America Edible And Poisonous Thomas Taylor (1820–1910)
1898 Leipzig Botanisches Bilderbuch für Jung und Alt[54] Franz Bley
1898–1912 Durban Natal Plants[55] John Medley Wood (1827–1914)
Maurice Smethurst Evans (1854–1920)
Frieda Lauth (1879–1949)
Millicent Franks (1886-1961)
Walter Jacques Haygarth (1862–1950)

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