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Product images of 520. Orange Flowers and Fruits, painted in Teneriffe.
Product details 520. Orange Flowers and Fruits, painted in Teneriffe.
520. Orange Flowers and Fruits, painted in Teneriffe.
The Orange (Citrus Aurantium, Risso) is cultivated in many parts of the South of Europe, and in other countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea. Formerly a very large proportion of those eaten in England came from the Azores. Two hundred shiploads, it is stated, were annually exported from the Island of St. Michael alone ; but of late years the orange trade has declined, and pineapples are now largely grown in their place. Under favourable conditions orange trees are exceedingly productive. Wallace mentions one in St. Michael's that bore 20,000 fruits in one crop. It is supposed that the orange, lemon, citron, &c., were all originally brought from tropical Asia. Panel 160 is Lemon-tree wood.
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- The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens