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Alexander Marshal (c. 1620-82)

Seville orange, purple crocuses, grass snake and goat moth caterpillar c. 1650-82

RCIN 924270

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The Seville orange was first grown in England in the late sixteenth century. Specially constructed orangeries, providing shelter and warmth for the trees in winter, began to be developed in the early seventeenth century.