Limondorum Tuberosum Verum

James Sowerby1785/1800

Garden Museum

Garden Museum
London, United Kingdom

A pencil and watercolour botanical drawing by James Sowerby (1757-1822) showing the dissected flower of 'Limondorum tuberosum verum'. Sowerby lived in Mead Place, Lambeth, where he had a studio and museum, and was buried in St Mary-at-Lambeth. From a collection of botanical watercolours by James Sowerby and his pupils.


  • Title: Limondorum Tuberosum Verum
  • Creator: James Sowerby
  • Date Created: 1785/1800
  • Location Created: Lambeth, London, England

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