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Oxford City Council

Marsh Road

Cowley, Oxfordshire OX4 2HH

United Kingdom

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O&DFAA has managed the city allotment competition since 2009. OCC has a dedicated budget for the competition which covers postage, most of the prizes, an allowance for the award evening and an honorarium for the judges. The Federation funds the site prize ... more

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University of Oxford

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Botanical Prints - British Flowering Plants from William Baxter (1834-1843)

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Botanical Prints - British Flowering Plants from William Baxter

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These prints are from William Baxter's British Flowering Plants, published from 1834 to 1843. Baxter, a Scotsman, was appointed curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden at the age of 25.


Botanical Prints - British Flowering Plants ...

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Botanical Prints - British Flowering Plants from William Baxter (1834-1843)

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These prints are from William Baxter's British Flowering Plants, published from 1834 to 1843. Baxter, a Scotsman, was appointed curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden at the age of 25.


The First Hybrid Waterlilies

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Though several sources say it was a German hybrid, the introducer was William T. Baxter, Curator of Oxford Botanic Gardens in England from 1813 to 1848.

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Oxford stopped growing Victoria in 1869 but the tank would have provided Baxter and Daubeny with warm water for growing other tropical aquatics.
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An article "Nymphæas" by Maxwell Masters, which appeared in The Gardeners' Chronicle, May 24, 1856, indicates that Baxter did not hybridize N. 'Daubenyana' and creates doubt in our minds whether it was a hybrid at all.


Historical Autographs Catalog

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William Baxter (1787-1871)‚ botanist.In 1813 he was appointed curator of the Oxford Physic Garden.Baxter's chief interest was in cryptogamic botany‚ and in 1825 and 1828 he issued his ‘Stirpes cryptogamae Oxonienses' which consisted of some 160 dried specimens of ferns‚ mosses‚ lichens‚ and microscopical leaf fungi found in the neighbourhood of Oxford.


BEAUTIFUL, HAND COLORED STEEL ENGRAVING BY ...

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BEAUTIFUL, HAND COLORED STEEL ENGRAVING BY WILLIAM BAXTER.From "Figures and Descriptions of the Genera of British Flowering Plants," 1834-1843.Paper size:8.75" x 5.25".Plate size: 7.0" x 4.5".Excellent condition.Baxter was Curator of the Oxford Botanic Garden.The coloring was done by his daughters and daughter-in-law.

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