The climbing plant Ceropegia candelabrum takes its name from its elaborate flowers that look like candlesticks. Noted for its poisonous seeds and latex which are used in medicine. . . Handcolored copperplate engraving by Majoli from John Hill's "Decade of Curious and Elegant Trees and Plants" (1786). It had first been published in London in 1773. The new edition had 10 hand-coloured botanical plates by P. Maioli (Majoli) engraved by Giuseppe Bianchi and depicted unusual plants such as carnivorou | Stock Photo #4409-66008

Stock Photo #4409-66008, The climbing plant Ceropegia candelabrum takes its name from its elaborate flowers that look like candlesticks. Noted for its poisonous seeds and latex which are used in medicine. . . Handcolored copperplate engraving by Majoli from John Hill

Stock Photo - The climbing plant Ceropegia candelabrum takes its name from its elaborate flowers that look like candlesticks. Noted for its poisonous seeds and latex which are used in medicine. . . Handcolored copperplate engraving by Majoli from John Hill's "Decade of Curious and Elegant Trees and Plants" (1786). It had first been published in London in 1773. The new edition had 10 hand-coloured botanical plates by P. Maioli (Majoli) engraved by Giuseppe Bianchi and depicted unusual plants such as carnivorou
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