This article is a list of historical Irish plant collectors. An important part of taxonomy and botany is the collection of samples from different locales. * John Ball, 1818–1889, first president Alpine Club, 1858–1860 * Evelyn Booth (1897–1988), parts of her collection are in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin * Patrick Browne, doctor and botanist in Jamaica * Thomas Coulter, 1793–1843, collected plants in North and Latin America * Lady Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe (née Williams), 1867–1967 * Michael Pakenham Edgeworth, 1812–1881, born in Edgeworthstown, County Longford; namesake of genus Edgeworthia * Eugene Fitzalan, 1830–1911, born in Derry; collector, nurseryman, and poet * Robert D. FitzGerald, 1830–1892, born in Tralee; botanist, artist, collector; collected orchids * , sen

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  • This article is a list of historical Irish plant collectors. An important part of taxonomy and botany is the collection of samples from different locales. * John Ball, 1818–1889, first president Alpine Club, 1858–1860 * Evelyn Booth (1897–1988), parts of her collection are in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin * Patrick Browne, doctor and botanist in Jamaica * Thomas Coulter, 1793–1843, collected plants in North and Latin America * Lady Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe (née Williams), 1867–1967 * Michael Pakenham Edgeworth, 1812–1881, born in Edgeworthstown, County Longford; namesake of genus Edgeworthia * Eugene Fitzalan, 1830–1911, born in Derry; collector, nurseryman, and poet * Robert D. FitzGerald, 1830–1892, born in Tralee; botanist, artist, collector; collected orchids * , sent plants, seeds, orchids, ferns and bulbs to the Irish National Botanic Gardens * William Henry Harvey, 1811–1866, born in Limerick, collected plants in South Africa 1848–66 * Augustine Henry * , 1841–1916, born in Irvinestown, County Fermanagh * Edward Madden, from Kilkenny * , 1837–1902, Clones, County Monaghan; claimed in his North American expeditions to have introduced the Douglas fir * Robert Patterson, 1802–1872, Belfast, collected in Ireland, Australia * Samuel Alexander Stewart * Whan William Taylor, 1829–1901, born in Moneymore, County Londonderry * William Thomas Locke Travers, 1819–1903, born in Dundalk (en)
  • This article is a list of historical Irish plant collectors. An important part of taxonomy and botany is the collection of samples from different locales. * John Ball (1818–1889), first president Alpine Club, 1858–1860 * Evelyn Booth (1897–1988), parts of her collection are in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin * Patrick Browne, doctor and botanist in Jamaica * Thomas Coulter (1793–1843), collected plants in North and Latin America * Lady Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe (née Williams), 1867–1967 * Michael Pakenham Edgeworth, 1812–1881, born in Edgeworthstown, County Longford; namesake of genus Edgeworthia * Eugene Fitzalan, 1830–1911, born in Derry; collector, nurseryman, and poet * Robert D. FitzGerald, 1830–1892, born in Tralee; botanist, artist, collector; collected orchids * , sent plants, seeds, orchids, ferns and bulbs to the Irish National Botanic Gardens * William Henry Harvey, 1811–1866, born in Limerick, collected plants in South Africa 1848–66 * Augustine Henry * , 1841–1916, born in Irvinestown, County Fermanagh * Edward Madden, from Kilkenny * , 1837–1902, Clones, County Monaghan; claimed in his North American expeditions to have introduced the Douglas fir * Robert Patterson, 1802–1872, Belfast, collected in Ireland, Australia * Samuel Alexander Stewart * Whan William Taylor, 1829–1901, born in Moneymore, County Londonderry * William Thomas Locke Travers, 1819–1903, born in Dundalk (en)
  • This article is a list of historical Irish plant collectors. An important part of taxonomy and botany is the collection of samples from different locales. * John Ball (1818–1889), first president Alpine Club, 1858–1860 * Evelyn Booth (1897–1988), parts of her collection are in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin * Patrick Browne, doctor and botanist in Jamaica * Thomas Coulter (1793–1843), collected plants in North and Latin America * Lady Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe (née Williams), 1867–1967 * Michael Pakenham Edgeworth (1812–1881), born in Edgeworthstown, County Longford; namesake of genus Edgeworthia * Eugene Fitzalan (1830–1911), born in Derry; collector, nurseryman, and poet * Robert D. FitzGerald (1830–1892), born in Tralee; botanist, artist, collector; collected orchids * , sent plants, seeds, orchids, ferns and bulbs to the Irish National Botanic Gardens * William Henry Harvey (1811–1866), born in Limerick, collected plants in South Africa 1848–66 * Augustine Henry * (1841–1916), born in Irvinestown, County Fermanagh * Edward Madden, from Kilkenny * (1837–1902), Clones, County Monaghan; claimed in his North American expeditions to have introduced the Douglas fir * Robert Patterson (1802–1872), Belfast, collected in Ireland, Australia * Samuel Alexander Stewart * Whan William Taylor (1829–1901), born in Moneymore, County Londonderry * William Thomas Locke Travers (1819–1903), born in Dundalk (en)
  • This article is a list of historical Irish plant collectors. An important part of taxonomy and botany is the collection of samples from different locales. * John Ball (1818–1889), first president Alpine Club, 1858–1860 * Evelyn Booth (1897–1988), parts of her collection are in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin * Patrick Browne, doctor and botanist in Jamaica * Thomas Coulter (1793–1843), collected plants in North and Latin America * Lady Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe (née Williams) (1867–1967) * Michael Pakenham Edgeworth (1812–1881), born in Edgeworthstown, County Longford; namesake of genus Edgeworthia * Eugene Fitzalan (1830–1911), born in Derry; collector, nurseryman, and poet * Robert D. FitzGerald (1830–1892), born in Tralee; botanist, artist, collector; collected orchids * , sent plants, seeds, orchids, ferns and bulbs to the Irish National Botanic Gardens * William Henry Harvey (1811–1866), born in Limerick, collected plants in South Africa 1848–66 * Augustine Henry * (1841–1916), born in Irvinestown, County Fermanagh * Edward Madden, from Kilkenny * (1837–1902), Clones, County Monaghan; claimed in his North American expeditions to have introduced the Douglas fir * Robert Patterson (1802–1872), Belfast, collected in Ireland, Australia * Samuel Alexander Stewart * Whan William Taylor (1829–1901), born in Moneymore, County Londonderry * William Thomas Locke Travers (1819–1903), born in Dundalk (en)
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  • This article is a list of historical Irish plant collectors. An important part of taxonomy and botany is the collection of samples from different locales. * John Ball, 1818–1889, first president Alpine Club, 1858–1860 * Evelyn Booth (1897–1988), parts of her collection are in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin * Patrick Browne, doctor and botanist in Jamaica * Thomas Coulter, 1793–1843, collected plants in North and Latin America * Lady Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe (née Williams), 1867–1967 * Michael Pakenham Edgeworth, 1812–1881, born in Edgeworthstown, County Longford; namesake of genus Edgeworthia * Eugene Fitzalan, 1830–1911, born in Derry; collector, nurseryman, and poet * Robert D. FitzGerald, 1830–1892, born in Tralee; botanist, artist, collector; collected orchids * , sen (en)
  • This article is a list of historical Irish plant collectors. An important part of taxonomy and botany is the collection of samples from different locales. * John Ball (1818–1889), first president Alpine Club, 1858–1860 * Evelyn Booth (1897–1988), parts of her collection are in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin * Patrick Browne, doctor and botanist in Jamaica * Thomas Coulter (1793–1843), collected plants in North and Latin America * Lady Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe (née Williams), 1867–1967 * Michael Pakenham Edgeworth, 1812–1881, born in Edgeworthstown, County Longford; namesake of genus Edgeworthia * Eugene Fitzalan, 1830–1911, born in Derry; collector, nurseryman, and poet * Robert D. FitzGerald, 1830–1892, born in Tralee; botanist, artist, collector; collected orchids * , s (en)
  • This article is a list of historical Irish plant collectors. An important part of taxonomy and botany is the collection of samples from different locales. * John Ball (1818–1889), first president Alpine Club, 1858–1860 * Evelyn Booth (1897–1988), parts of her collection are in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin * Patrick Browne, doctor and botanist in Jamaica * Thomas Coulter (1793–1843), collected plants in North and Latin America * Lady Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe (née Williams), 1867–1967 * Michael Pakenham Edgeworth (1812–1881), born in Edgeworthstown, County Longford; namesake of genus Edgeworthia * Eugene Fitzalan (1830–1911), born in Derry; collector, nurseryman, and poet * Robert D. FitzGerald (1830–1892), born in Tralee; botanist, artist, collector; collected orchids * (en)
  • This article is a list of historical Irish plant collectors. An important part of taxonomy and botany is the collection of samples from different locales. * John Ball (1818–1889), first president Alpine Club, 1858–1860 * Evelyn Booth (1897–1988), parts of her collection are in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin * Patrick Browne, doctor and botanist in Jamaica * Thomas Coulter (1793–1843), collected plants in North and Latin America * Lady Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe (née Williams) (1867–1967) * Michael Pakenham Edgeworth (1812–1881), born in Edgeworthstown, County Longford; namesake of genus Edgeworthia * Eugene Fitzalan (1830–1911), born in Derry; collector, nurseryman, and poet * Robert D. FitzGerald (1830–1892), born in Tralee; botanist, artist, collector; collected orchids * (en)
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