Charles Curtis (botanist)

Charles Curtis (botanist)

Charles Curtis (1853 – 23 August 1928) was an English botanist who was sent by James Veitch & Sons to search for new plant species in Madagascar, Borneo, Sumatra, Java and the Moluccas, before settling in Penang, where he became the first superintendent of the Penang Botanic Gardens.

Read more about Charles Curtis (botanist):  Early Days, Plant Hunting, Honours, Penang Botanic Gardens, Retirement

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Charles Curtis (botanist) - Retirement
... Curtisreturned to England, settling in his native town of Barnstaple, in Devon, where he spent his retirement tending his own collection of peach trees, carnations, orchids ...