488. Mandrinette and mountain home of the Pitcher Plant in the distance by Marianne North

488. Mandrinette and mountain home of the Pitcher Plant in the distance

Marianne North

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488. Mandrinette and mountain home of the Pitcher Plant in the distance

Marianne North

A view from the artist's window at Mr. Estridge's house ; the harbour of Mahe below. The showy shrub here represented in Hibiscus liliiflorus, Cay., a native of Mauritius, Rodriguez, Bourbon, and these islands.

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  • The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens

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