Tulip Orchid | Encyclia Citrina | Botanical Illustration | Stickers
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This is a vintage botanical illustration of the plant Tulip Orchid (Encyclia citrina).
Great item for anyone interested in plants, gardening, and nature.
The Tulip Orchid belongs to the orchid family (Orchidaceae). The plant has a strong lemon fragrance. Its petals are golden yellow with varying degrees of white crenelations in the lip.
The plant itself may be upright or pendant, but the flowers are always pendant.
The English common name "Tulip Orchid" is due to its flowers' rounded cup-like shape.
The botanical illustration featured on the sticker was first published in "The Orchid Album: Comprising coloured figures and descriptions of new, rare and beautiful orchidaceous plants" published in London from 1882 - 1897.
John Nugent Fitch (1840-1927), a British botanical illustrator and lithographer, both drew and lithographed the drawings.
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