Heritage Apples at Royal Horticultural Society

September 5, 2018

The Alexander Apple 1818. Watercolour by William Hooker (1779-1832)

Heritage Apples at Royal Horticultural Society

Heritage Apples at Royal Horticultural Society

The Alexander Apple, 1818. Watercolour by William Hooker (1779-1832). See more early-19th century illustrations by Hooker and others at RHS Heritage Apples.

Heritage Apples at Royal Horticultural Society

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