Economic Botany collection results

This page shows the results obtained from the Economic Botany collection. To find out more about the Economic Botany collection, click on the link in the first line, or select 'Data Sources' from the menu bar. The term you searched upon is also shown in the first line.

Each result shows the following information: the accession number, plant name (in cases where the object contains more than one plant all names will be displayed) and item description. The following information is also displayed where recorded: plant name author, geographical origin, collector, collector date, donor, donor date, EBN (entry book number - showing the sequence and year of entry into Kew's records) and the item's main use.

By using the links above and below the results you can download them to a text file, or return to the summary results.

If you cannot find the information you require in ePIC, you are welcome to conduct a search upon data sources provided by our partners. To do this, you can click on one of the links after the results list and just above the menu bar. Note that this will open a new browser window which is hosted by the partner institution, and is not part of the web site of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. To find out more about the partners and the data sources they offer, select 'Partners' in the menu bar.