Flowers, some with blue berries. Plates from Pierre-Joseph Redoute’s 1802 work “Les Liliacees” which was printed in Paris. Redoute made colored drawings of the roses of the Empress Josephine, too.

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“Amaryllis Aurea and Amaryllis DorĂ©e.” Page 61. Collections of and digitalized by the Missouri Botanical Garden. In the public domain due to age, via https://archive.org/details/mobot31753002806674/page/61/mode/2up
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“Ornithogalum Arabicum – Ornithogale d’Arabie.” Page 63. Collections of and digitalized by the Missouri Botanical Garden. In the public domain due to age, via https://archive.org/details/mobot31753002806674/page/63/mode/2up
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“Amaryllis de Broussonet.” Page 62. Collections of and digitalized by the Missouri Botanical Garden. In the public domain due to age, via https://archive.org/details/mobot31753002806674/page/62/mode/2up

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