To Thomas Anderson   25 March 1867

25/3/67

Dear Prof Anderson.

I have sent you a Case full of Araucaria by this months mail, all fine strong plants. I only trust the people will not toss them about. At the whole I am very disheartened to send living plants over sea. Have you Euryale ferox in seed. I should like it so much for my Victoria regia tank. Your success with the Cinchona is glorious. I am trying now what I can do with them in our fern tree gullies. By this mail you will receive also again seeds for the Indian Highlands e.g. = for Dr Cleghorn 18 sp. of tree seeds in larger lots; for Dr Henderson seeds of all kinds of Eucal, 2 Casuar, & miscell trees, & a similar lot for yourself. I have taken also the liberty of sending a large lot of seeds to you for Mr Tyesmann1 of Buitenzorg,2 anticipating that you maintain a close communication with that Gentleman We have no direct [quick]3 communication. Should you have any expenses from this mediation of the transit you must let me know.

Ever your regardful

Ferd. Mueller.

 

Araucaria

Casuarina

Cinchona

Eucalyptus

Euryale ferox

Victoria regia

 
Teysmann?
Now Kota Bogor, Java, Indonesia.
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Please cite as “FVM-67-03-25,” in Ɛpsilon: The Ferdinand von Mueller Collection accessed on 23 October 2021, https://epsilon.ac.uk/view/vonmueller/letters/67-03-25