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Product images of 29. Some fruits and vegetables used in Brazil, 1880
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29. Some fruits and vegetables used in Brazil, 1880
Oil on board by Marianne North, 1880, depicting okra or Abelmoschus esculentus, the Guianga, a myrtaceous fruit, with a kind of pumpkin called Borbora, and flowers and tuber of sweet potato behind.
- Image reference: MN-029
- The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens; Kew