Forced to retire from management of the Garden at the age of 80, Philip Miller died the following year. Greatly skilled in the cultivation of plants, during his time at Chelsea, Philip transformed this private garden of medicinal plants into the greatest botanical garden in Europe. With unequaled knowledge of living plants, even foreign botanists referred to Miller as Hortulanorum princeps (Chief of Gardeners).Philip Miller was elected Fellow of the Royal Society and wrote copiously on botany, publishing excellently illustrated works. Size of page: 16 x 10 inches or 41 x 26cm.
Condition: These images are not retouched and are a very accurate representation of the actual print. Strong plate marks, and bright original color. Overall good condition for its age, with minor foxing. All imperfections visible in image.
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