George Gardner references

Talauma fragrantissima fruit [= Magnolia sellowsiana (St.Hil.) Govaerts] [Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCVIII (1840)] based on Gardner 305The following is a complete list of references published by, or about, George Gardner and his collections and includes all of the plates based on his collections:

  • Agassiz, (1941). On the fossil fishes found by Mr Gardner in the Province of Ceará, in the North of Brazil. Edinburgh New Philos. J. 30: 82–84.
  • Anon./?Hooker, W. J. (1844a). Botanical Information. (Book review) Sertum Plantarum or drawings and descriptions of rare or undescribed plants from the Author’s Herbarium. London J. Bot. 3: 113.
  • Anon./?Hooker, W. J. (1844b). Mr. Gardner, in Ceylon. London J. Bot. 3: 138. [A short notice of Gardner’s appointment to Superintendent of the Botanic Gardens, Kandy]
  • Anon./?Hooker, W. J. (1844c). Botanical Information. (Book review) Sertum Plantarum, … Part II. London J. Bot. 3: 281—282.
  • Anon./?Hooker, W. J. (1847). Botanical information. (Book review). Mr. Gardner’s “Travels in the Interior of Brazil, principally through the northern provinces and the Gold and Diamond districts, during the years 1836—41.”— One volume 8vo., with a Map of the Author’s route, and a view of the Organ Mountains.—Messrs. Reeves, Brothers. London J. Bot. 6: 54—58.
  • Anon. [attributed to the Bishop of Norwich] (May 1849). George Gardner, Esq. [Obituary] Proc. Linn. Soc. London 2: 40–44.
  • Anon./(Lindley, J. – as Ed.) (1851). The Gardnerian Herbarium. Gardners’ Chronicle 22: 343–344. [Notice of sale of Gardner’s Herbarium].
  • Anon./(?Hooker, W. J., Ed.) (1851). Sale of the extensive Herbarium and of the books of the late George Gardner, Esq., F.R.S., Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Peradenia, Ceylon. Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 3: 188–189. [A duplicate notice of sale of Gardner’s Herbarium]
  • Anon. (Stevens, J. C.). (1851). A catalogue of the library of books of the late George Gardner: which will be sold by auction by Mr J C Stevens at ... Covent Garden on ... 11th day of July 1851. [John Crace Stevens]
  • Anon./J. Britten (1884). Botanical News. [Note of brass memorial tablet to commemorate Gardner in Peradeniya]. J. Bot. 22 : 32
  • Bentham, G. (1840)[Jan. 1841]. XVII. On the genus Harpalyce. J. Bot. (Hooker) 3(No. 20): 208–211.
  • Bentham, G. (1876). Leucopholis phylicoides Gardn. Compositae, Tribe Inuloideae Gnaphalieae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 12: 13–14, Plate 1115.
  • Berkeley, M. J. (1843). Notices of some Brazilian fungi. By the Rev. M. J. Berkeley, M. A., F. L. S.; being a sequel to the Contributions towards a Flora of Brazil, by G. Gardner, Esq. London J. Bot. 2: 629—643 & plate XXIV.
  • Berkeley, M. J. (1846). Notice of three new fungi collected by Mr. Gardner in Ceylon: … (With two plates, Tabs. xvii & xviii). London J. Bot. 5: 534—535.
  • Fielding, H. B. & G. Gardner (1843—1844). Sertum plantarum; drawings and descriptions of rare and undescribed plants from the author’s herbarium. Bailliere, London. 2 vols. [Vol. 1 was published in 3 parts – see below for listings of new taxa; Vol. 2 (1849) consists of plates by Mrs Fielding only, lacking descriptions, and apparently of no new taxa.]
  • [Fielding, H. B. & G. Gardner. (Nov. 1843). Sertum plantarum; drawings and descriptions of rare and undescribed plants from the author’s herbarium. Bailliere, London. pt. 1, plates 1—25.

Tab. I – Diplusodon decussatus Gardner

Tab. II – Diplusodon incanus Gardner

Tab. III – Acacia smilicifolia [sic] Fielding & Gardner

Tab. VII – Ceratostema buxifolia Fielding & Gardner

Tab. VIII – Ichthyothere suffruticosa Gardner

Tab. IX – Ichthyothere rufa Gardner

Tab. X – Bauhinia parvifolia Hochst. ex Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XIV – Dorstenia vitifolia Gardner

Tab. XVII – Passiflora speciosa Gardner

Tab. XIX – Salvia benthamiana Gardner

Tab. XX – Salvia rivularis Gardner

Tab. XXI – Pampalea [sic] tweedii [sic] Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XXII – Lambertia drummondii Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XXV – Acrosticum alpestre Gardner]

  • [Fielding, H. B. & G. Gardner (March 1844. Sertum plantarum; drawings and descriptions of rare and undescribed plants from the author’s herbarium. Bailliere, London. pt. 2, plates 26—50.

Tab. XXVI – Aplotaxis (Eriocoryne) simpsoniana Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XXVII – Fuchsia pilosa Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XXVIII – Fuchsia confertifolia Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XXIX – Fuchsia caracasensis Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XXXII – Asarum hookeri Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XXXIV – Gomphia rotundifolia Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XXXV – Gomphia fieldingiana Gardner

Tab. XXXIX – Tropaeolum bridgesii Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XLI – Allamanda violacea Gardner

Tab. XL – Pozoa hydrocotylifolia Bridges ex Fielding & Gardner]

  • [Fielding, H. B. & G. Gardner (August 1844). Sertum plantarum; drawings and descriptions of rare and undescribed plants from the author’s herbarium. Bailliere, London. pt. 3, plates 51—75.

Tab. XLII – Chuquiraga chrysantha Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XLIV – Aristolochia truncata Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XLV-XLVI – Mutisia candolleana Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XLVIII – Primula simensis Hochst. in Fielding & Gardner

Tab. XLIX – Ornithopus coriandrinus Hochst. & Steud. ex Fielding & Gardner

Tab. LIII – Trichinium spectabile Fielding & Gardner

Tab. LIV – LV – Leighia grandiflora Gardner

Tab. LVII – Saxifraga aconitifolia Fielding & Gardner

Tab. LIX – Senecio schultesii Fielding & Gardner

Tab. LXI – Cladonia organensis Gardner

Tab. LXIII – Lavoisiera cercifera Gardner

Tab. LXIV – Cambessedesia membranacea Gardner

Tab. LXV – Alchemilla verticillata Fielding & Gardner

Tab. LXIX – Bejaria mathewsii Fielding & Gardner

Tab. LXX – Aneimia glareosa Gardner

Tab. LXXI – Swertia corymbosa Fielding & Gardner

Tab. LXXIV – Melaleuca hamata Fielding & Gardner

Tab. LXXV – Myrcia imbricata Gardner]

  • Gardner, G. (1836). Musci Britannici, or pocket herbarium of specimens of British mosses. Glasgow.
  • Gardner, G. (1838). XVII. – An account of a Journey to, and a Residence of nearly Six Months in, the Organ Mountains, with Remarks on their Vegetation. Ann. Nat. Hist. 1(2): 165–181. [This paper is based on Gardner’s letter from ‘Rio de Janeiro, July 14th, 1837.]
  • Gardner, G. (1838). LII. Information respecting Botanical Travellers. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts of Gardner’s letter from ‘Pernambuco, Jan. 24, 1838.]. Ann. Nat. Hist. 1(3): 463–473.
  • Gardner, G. (1839). XLIII. Information respecting Botanical Travellers. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts from Gardner’s letter from ‘Maçeio, Province of Alagoas, April 5, 1838.’] Ann. Nat. Hist. 2(11): 363–365. [NB. This contains two lines of one of the stanzas from Gardner’s poem!]
  • Gardner, G. (1839). LI. Information respecting Botanical Travellers. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts of Gardner’s letter from ‘Pernambuco, July 18th [1838]]. Ann. Nat. Hist. 2(12): 455–456.
  • Gardner, G. (1839). XXXII. Information respecting Botanical Travellers.  Mr. Gardner’s Journeys in Brazil. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts of Gardner’s letter from ‘Villa do Icó, Sertão of the Province of Será [sic!], August 25, 1838.’] Ann. Nat. Hist. 3(17): 250–255.
  • Gardner, G. (1839). XL. Information respecting Botanical Travellers. Mr. Gardner’s Journeys in Brazil. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts of Gardner’s letter from ‘Villa do crato, Sertão of the Province of Ceará, December 5, 1838.’] Ann. Nat. Hist. 3(18): 327–336.
  • Gardner, G. (1839). Monachanthus fimbriatus. Fimbriated Monk-flower. Bot. Mag. 65: tab. 3708 [Orchidaceae. Latin description by Lindley, but whole article and English description by Gardner. Ex ‘Apipucus, about ten miles West from Pernambuco, in Nov., 1837.’]
  • Gardner, G. (1840). II. On the establishment of the genus Mouriria, Juss., as the type of a new natural order ; together with notes and observations on the structure of the genera Lygodisodea, Cassytha, and Carludovica. By Mr. George Gardner, Surgeon. J. Bot. (Hooker) 2(9): 21–29 + plates I, II, III+IV. [This paper is localized and dated – Villa do Crato, Sertao of the Province of Ceará, Brazil, December 1, 1838.] [February]
  • Gardner, G. (1840). Botanical information. III. (cont.) Mr. Gardner’s collections. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts of two of Gardner’s letters, the first from ‘City of Oeiras (Capital of Piauhy,) May 20, 1839, the second ‘City of Oeiras, (Capital of Piauhy,) July 6, 1839.’] J. Bot. (Hooker) 2(9): 34–38. [34–36, 37–38].[February]
  • Gardner, G. (1840). XI. Botanical information. Intelligence respecting Mr. Gardner’s journeys and collections. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts of two of Gardner’s letters, the first from ‘Villa de Crato, Sertao of the Province of Ceará, Feb. 5, 1839.’, the second from Villa de Natividadee, Province of Goyaz, Nov. 3, 1839.’] J. Bot. (Hooker) 2(12): 194–210. [194–200, 200–209]. [Also with this copy is a short notice about the availability of the sets of Gardner’s plants from Pamplin in Soho. pp. 209–210.] [May]
  • Gardner, G. (1840). XXV. Description of a new species of Crescentia; with observations on the affinities of the genus. By George Gardner. J. Bot. (Hooker) 2(16): 421–426. [Villa de Natividade, Province of Goyaz, Brazil, December, 1839.]
  • Gardner, G. (1840). XXVI. Description of a new phosphorescent species of Agaricus. By George Gardner; with remarks upon it by the Rev. M. J. Berkeley. J. Bot. (Hooker) 2(16): 426–428. [Villa de Natividade, Province of Goyaz, Brazil, December 13th, 1839.]
  • Gardner, G. (1840). XXVII. Botanical information. [This paper contains extracts of one letter from Gardner from ‘Villa de Natividade, Province of Goyaz, Brazil, January 6th, 1840.] J. Bot. (Hooker) 2(16): 432–435. [September].
  • Gardner, G. (1840). XIII. Botanical information. Latest intelligence from Mr Gardner. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts of one letter from Gardner from ‘Villa de Arroyas, (12˚3'S. Lat. 47˚3'W. Long.) Province of Goyaz, 5th May, 1840.’] J. Bot. (Hooker) 3(19): 134–137 [December 1840!]
  • Gardner, G. (1840). Viola balsaminoides Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Violaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCXVII.
  • Gardner, G. (1840). Dorstenia elata Gardner Gardnerianae. N. O. Artocarpeae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCXX.
  • Gardner, G. (1840). Prepusa connata Gardner. Gardnerianae. N. O. Gentianeae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCXXV. CCXXVI.
  • Gardner, G. (1840). Adenostemma triangulare Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Compositae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCXXXIX.
  • Gardner, G. (1841). Gloxinia sarmentiana Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Gesneriaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 4: tab. CCCLXXVIII.
  • Gardner, G. (1841). Dorstenia asaroides Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Urticeae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 4: tab. CCCXCIX.
  • Gardner, G. (1841). Geological notes made during a journey from the coast into the interior of the Province of Ceará, in the North of Brazil, embracing an account of a deposit of fossil fishes. Edinburgh New Philos. J. 30: 75–82. [January]
  • Gardner, G. (1841). XVI. Botanical information. [This paper contains extract of two letter from Gardner, the first from ‘Ciudade Diamantina, (formerly Tijuco), August 4th, 1840.’], the second from ‘Morro Velho Gold Mine, near Sabara, Province of Minas Geraes, Sept. 2d, 1840.’] J. Bot. (Hooker) 3(20): 201–207. [201–205, 205–207] [January].
  • Gardner, G. (1841). MSS 933/SP 379 from the papers of the Linnean Society of London. ‘Notes of plants collected on a journey from Rio de Janeiro, 1840’. Extract from a letter to John Miers, from Mr Geo Gardner – dated Rio de Janeiro 16 Decr 1840; read March 16, 1841 [to the Linnean Society of London]. Proc. Linn. Soc. London 1(12): 99 [This paper seems not to have been published by the Linnean Society.]
  • Gardner, G. (1841). XXIV. Botanical information. Latest intelligence from Mr Gardner. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts of a letter from Gardner from ‘Rio de Janeiro, Nov. 18th, 1840.’] J. Bot. (Hooker) 3(23): 348–350. [April].
  • Gardner, G. (1841). XXXI. Botanical information. Latest information from Mr Gardner. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts of a letter from Gardner from ‘Rio de Janeiro, Dec. 18th, 1840.’] J. Bot. (Hooker) 3(24): 441–442. [May].
  • Gardner, G. (1841). III. Botanical information. Information respecting Mr Gardner. [This ‘paper’ contains extracts from no less than five letters from Gardner from ‘Organ Mountains, 23rd March, 1841.’, ‘Rio de Janeiro, 5th May, 1841.’, ‘City of Maranham, 22d May, 1841.’, ‘Ship ‘Gipsey,’ on the passage from Maranham to Liverpool, 6th July, 1841.’ and the last letter from ‘Mersey Hotel, Liverpool, 11th July, 1841.’ J. Bot. (Hooker) 4(28): 199–206 [199–201, 201–202, 202–203, 203–205, 206][September]
  • Gardner, G. (1841). XI. Some observations on the origin and direction of the woody fibre of the stems of Palms. [By George Gardner, Esq., Surgeon* In a letter addressed to J. E. Bowman, Esq.] Ann. Nat. Hist. 6: 57–61 [September].
  • Gardner, G. (1841). Description of Trochopteris, a new genus of ferns. By George Gardner, Esq. London J. Bot. 1: 73–76 & Tab. IV.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Description of Coptophyllum, a new genus of ferns; with observations on Anemia. By George Gardner, Esq. London J. Bot. 1: 133–136. [Kew, Jan. 1842]
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Contributions towards a Flora of Brazil being an enumeration of a series of Collections of Plants, made in various parts of Brazil, from 1836 to 1841; with brief descriptions of the new Genera and Species. London J. Bot. 1: 158—193.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Characters of three new species of Chresta; with remarks on the identity of Pycnocephalum and Chresta. London J. Bot. 1: 238–241 & tab. VIII & IX.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Observations on the genus Hemitelia, of Mr. R. Brown, by George Gardner, F.L.S., Professor of Botany and Natural History in the Andersonian University, Glasgow. London J. Bot. 1: 438–442 & Tab. XII. [Kew, June 22nd., 1842.]
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Description of a new species of Eriocaulon, Sect. Paepalanthus, from Brazil, by George Gardner, F. L. S., Professor of Botany and Natural History in the Andersonian University, Glasgow. (With a Plate, Tab. XIII.) London J. Bot. 1: 442–444.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Contributions towards a Flora of Brazil, [by George Gardner, F. L. S. Professor of Botany and Natural History in the Andersonian University, Glazgow.] London J. Bot. 1: 528—548.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Prepusa hookeriana. Scarlet and White-flowered Prepusa. Bot. Mag. 68: tab. 3909.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Ilex affinis Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Aquifoliaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXV.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Tapura ciliata Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Chailletiaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXVI.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Adiantum calcareum Gardn. Gardnerianae N.O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXVII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Achimenes multiflora Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Gesneriaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXVIII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Tapina villosa Gardn. Gardnerianae. N O. Gesneriaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: CDLXIX.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Echites pulchella Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Apocyneae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: CDLXX.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Ipomaea (Orthipomaea) neriifolia Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Convolvulaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXXI.
  • Gardner, G (1842). Gloxinia ichthyostoma Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Gesneriaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXXII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Cleistes speciosa Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Orchideae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXXIII. CDLXXIV.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Coptophyllum buniifolium (Gardn.) Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXXVII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Coptophyllum millefolium Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXXVIII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Ipomaea (Strophipomaea) goyazensis Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Convolvulaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXXIX.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Achimenes rupestris Gardn. Gardnerianae. Gesneriaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXXX.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Sauvagesia deflexifolia Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Sauvagesieae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. CDLXXXIV.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Cheilanthes monticola Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: CDLXXXVII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Arachis marginata Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Leguminosae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 5: tab. D.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Seris polymorpha Less. Gardnerianae. N. O. Compositae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DI.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Lavoisiera lycopodioides Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Melastomaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Adiantum filiforme Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DIII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Adiantum sinuosum Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DIV.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Utricularia nelumbifolia Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Utricularieae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DV–DVI.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Cassebeera gleichenioides Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DVII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Grammitis (cheilopteris) organensis Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: DIX.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Paepalanthus distichophyllus Mart. Gardnerianae. N. O. Eriocauloneae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: 6: tab. DX.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Lupinus arenarius Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Leguminosae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXI.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Paepalanthus speciosus Gardn. Garnerianae. N. O. Eriocauloneae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Sisyrinchium incurvatum Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Irideae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXIII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Escallonia organensis Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Escallonianeae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXIV.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Mouriria arborea Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Mouririaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXV.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Luxemburgia ciliosa (Mart.) Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Sauvagensieae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXVI.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Bowmania verbascifolia Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Compos.-Mutisieaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXIX.–DXX.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Lupinus parvifolius Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Leguminosae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXXI.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Turnera dichotoma Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Turneraceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXXII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Paepalanthus uncinatus Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Eriocauloneae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXXIII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Paepalanthus laricifolius Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Eriocauloneae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXXIV.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Paepalanthus rupestris Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Eriocauloneae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXXV.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Paepalanthus flaccidus Kunth. Gardnerianae. N. O. Eriocauloneae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXXVI.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Paepalanthus compactus Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Eriocauloneae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXXVII.
  • Gardner, G. (1842). Cladocaulon brasiliense Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Eriocauloneae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 6: tab. DXXVIII.
  • Gardner, G. (1843). Fuchsia alpestris. Mountain Fuchsia. Bot. Mag. 69: tab. 3999. [Onagraceae. Description by Gardner, the whole (history and description) forwarded by Mr Murray of the Glasgow Botanic Garden, from Gardner. Ex Organ Mountains.]
  • Gardner, G. (1843). Pleroma benthamianum. Mr. Bentham’s Pleroma. Bot. Mag. 69: tab. 4007. [Melastomataceae. Description and text by Gardner. Ex Organ Mountains. Gardn. Herb. Bras. n. 410.]
  • Gardner, G. (5th August 1843). XIX. Description of Peltophyllum, a new genus of plants allied to Triuris of Miers, with remarks on their affinities. By George Gardner, Esq., F.L.S., &c. [Read June 6th. 1843.] Trans. Linn. Soc. London 19(2): 155–160 & Tab. XV.
  • Gardner, G. (1843 – see dates at end of reference). This is notification that the ‘communication’ was read. [Description of Peltophyllum, a new genus of plants allied to Triuris of Miers, with remarks on their affinities.] Proc. Linn. Soc. London 1(18): 176 [9th Aug. 1843]; 1(19): 177 [7th Feb. 1844] [It is difficult to assess when this, and the following publications were actually issued – a full descriptions was provided in the Proceedings.]
  • Gardner, G. (1843). Descriptions of four new genera of plants from the Organ Mountains, by George Gardner, F.L.S., Professor of Botany and Natural History, in the Andersonian University, Glasgow. London J. Bot. 2: 9–15. [Glasgow, Aug. 16th, 1842.]
  • Gardner, G. (1843). Contributions towards a Flora of Brazil. Part. II. Plants from the organ Mountains. London J. Bot. 2: 329—355.
  • Gardner, G. (1844). Cabomba piauhyensis Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Ranunculaceae Cabombeae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 7: tab. DCXLI.
  • Gardner, G. (1844). Apodanthes calliandrae Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Rafflesiaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 7: tab. DCXLIV.
  • Gardner, G. (1844). Apodanthes. Poit. N. O. Rafflesiaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 7: tab. DCLV. Gardner, G. (1844). Loasa rupestris Gardn. Gardnerianae. N. O. Loaseae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 7: tab. DCLXIII.
  • Gardner, G. (1844). Botanical information. ‘Extract of a letter from Mr. Gardner on his voyage to Ceylon. On board the barque “Morning Star,” between the Mauritius and Ceylon (Lat. 4˚46'S., Long. 67˚41'E.) March 6, 1844’. London J. Bot. 3: 481—485.
  • Gardner, G. (1845). Contributions towards a Flora of Brazil, being the distinctive characters of a century new species of plants from the Organ Mountains, … London J. Bot. 4: 97—136.
  • Gardner, G. (1845). Notes of a botanical visit to Madras, Coimbatore, and the Neelgherry Mountains, … (In a letter to the Editor.). London J. Bot. 4: 393—409.
  • Gardner, G. (1845). Notes of a botanical visit to Madras, Coimbatore, and the Neelgherry Mountains, … London J. Bot. 4: 551—567. [There is a reprint in RBG, Kew that is separately paginated, pp. 1–32, that contains both this and the preceding paper together; it is undated.]
  • Gardner, G. (1846). Travels in the interior of Brazil, principally through the northern provinces, and the gold and diamond districts, during the years 1836–41. Reeve & Co., London. [i]–xvi, 1–562.
  • Gardner, G. (1846). Contributions towards a Flora of Ceylon. [I] By George Gardner, F.L.., Superintendent of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kandy. Calcutta J. Nat. Hist. 6: 343–352. [Includes descriptions of Anstrutheria and Sarcandra.]
  • Gardner, G. (1846). Contributions towards a Flora of Ceylon, being descriptions of several new species of plants belonging to the tribe Cyrtandreae. [II] By George Gardner, F.L.S., Superintendent of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Ceylon. Calcutta J. Nat. Hist. 6: 471–493.
  • Gardner, G. (April 1846). Contributions towards a Flora of Ceylon. [III] By George Gardner, F.L.S., Superintendent of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kandy. Calcutta J. Nat. Hist. 7(25): 1–8. [Kandy, Ceylon; February 8th 1846.]
  • Gardner, G. (April 1846). Description of a new species of Anemia from the Neelgherry Mountains. By George Gardner, F.L.S., Superintendent of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Ceylon. Calcutta J. Nat. Hist. 7(25): 8–11 & pl. 1. [Kandy, 1st Dec. 1845]. [a separate of this is at Kew differing only in the page numbering, pp. 1–4]
  • Gardner, G. (July 1846). Observations on the structure and affinities of the plants belonging to the natural order Podostemaceae, together with a monograph of the Indian species. By George Gardner, F.L.S. Superintendent of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Ceylon. Calcutta J. Nat. Hist. 7(26): 165–189. [Kandy : 19th April, 1846.] [A separate (?preprint) of this is at Kew and is paginated 1–25 and is in the same register as the original journal, the titling and page numbers are the only differences]
  • Gardner, G. (1846). XXIV. Contribution to a history of the relation between climate and vegetation in various parts of the globe. No. 1. The vegetation of Rio Janeiro. J. Hort. Soc. 1: 191–198.
  • Gardner, G. (1846). XLIII. Contributions to a history of the relation between climate and vegetation in various parts of the Globe. No. 2. The vegetation of the Organ Mountains of Brazil. By George Gardner, Esq., F.L.S., Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Ceylon. J. Hort. Soc. 1: 273–285.
  • Gardner, G. (1846). XXIX. Contributions to a history of the relation between climate and vegetation in various parts of the Globe. No. 3. The vegetation of Bahia and Pernambuco. By George Gardner, Esq., F.L.S., Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Ceylon. J. Hort. Soc. 1: 286–293.
  • Gardner, G. (1846). XXIX. Contributions to a history of the relation between climate and vegetation in various parts of the Globe. No. 4. The vegetation of Alagoas and the Rio de Sañ [sic!] Francisco. By George Gardner, Esq., F.L.S., Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Ceylon. J. Hort. Soc. 1: 293–296.
  • Gardner, G. (January 1847). Contributions towards a Flora of Ceylon. By George Gardner, Surgeon, F.L.S., Member of the Glasgow Philosophical Society, Corresponding Member of the Royal Botanical Society of Ratisbon, of the Horticultural Society of London, of the Natural History Society of Mauritius, and Superintendent of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Ceylon. [IV] Calcutta J. Nat. Hist. 7(28): 441–462. [At the end of the cover paper of this volume appeared an advert ‘Preparing for publication’ ... ‘An introduction to the Study of Indian Botany’ by George Gardner. It was dated ‘Kandy, Ceylon: July 1847’, suggesting that the Journal took rather a long time to be published – it is dated January 1847!]
  • Gardner, G. (1847). ‘Extract of a letter from Mr. Gardner, dated Royal Gardens, Peradenia, Ceylon, September 13, 1846. London J. Bot. 6: 41—42.
  • Gardner, G. (April 1847). Contributions towards a Flora of Ceylon. Calcutta J. Nat. Hist. 8(29): 1–16.
  • Gardner, G. (1847). Contributions towards a Flora of Ceylon. By George Gardner, F. L. S. Corresponding Member of the Royal Botanical Society of Ratisbon, and Superintendent of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Ceylon. & c. & c. & c. Calcutta J. Nat. Hist. 8(30): 153–162 [July].
  • Gardner, G. (1847). Some general remarks on the Flora of Ceylon. By George Gardner, F.L.S. Calcutta J. Nat. Hist. 8(30): 223–234.
  • Gardner, G. (1848). XXI. Contributions to a history of the relation between climate and vegetation in various parts of the Globe: No. 5. The vegetation of the Province of Ceará, in Brazil. By George Gardner, F.L.S., Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Ceylon. J. Hort. Soc. 3: 144–153
  • Gardner, G. (1848). XXI. Contributions to a history of the relation between climate and vegetation in various parts of the Globe: No. 6. The vegetation of the Province of Piauhý, in Brazil, and the District of Rio Preto. By George Gardner, F.L.S., Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Ceylon. J. Hort. Soc. 3: 153–157.
  • Gardner, G. (1848). XXI. Contributions to a history of the relation between climate and vegetation in various parts of the Globe: No. 7. The vegetation of the Province of Goyaz, in Brazil. By George Gardner, F.L.S., Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Ceylon. J. Hort. Soc. 3: 157–164.
  • †Gardner, G. (1849). IV. Contributions to a history of the relation between climate and vegetation in various parts of the Globe: No. 8. The vegetation of Ceylon. By George Gardner, F. L. S., Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Ceylon. J. Hort. Soc. 4: 31–40. [apparently this was taken from Ribeira’s History of Ceylon] [Judging from a footnote on p. 35 Gardner wrote this paper in 1847.]
  • †Gardner, G. (1849). Travels in the interior of Brazil, principally through the northern provinces, and the gold and diamond districts, during the years 1836–41. Reeve & Co., London. ed. 2. [i]–xvii, [1]–428.
  • †Gardner, G. (1849). Descriptions of some new genera and species of plants, collected in the Island of Hong-Kong by Capt. J. G. Champion, 95th Regt. Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 1: 240–246.
  • †Gardner, G. (1849). Descriptions of some new genera and species of plants, collected in the Island of Hong-Kong by Capt. J. G. Champion, 95th Regt. [continued] Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 1: 308–320.
  • †Gardner, G. (1849). Descriptions of some new genera and species of plants, collected in the Island of Hong-Kong by Capt. J. G. Champion, 95th Regt. [continued] Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 1: 321–328. [Script dated ‘Kandy, Ceylon, February 1849’]
  • †Gardner, G. (1850). Report on the “Brown Scale,” or Coccus, so injurious to the Coffee-Plants in Ceylon; in a letter from the late George Gardner, Esq., Director of the Botanic Garden at Peradenia, addressed to the Colonial Secretary, Colombo. Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 2: 353–360 + tab. XII.
  • †Gardner, G. (1851). Report on the “Brown Scale,” or Coccus, so injurious to the Coffee-Plants in Ceylon; in a letter from the late George Gardner, Esq., Director of the Botanic Garden at Peradenia, addressed to the Colonial Secretary, Colombo. (Communicated by the Right Hon. Earl Grey, Chief Secretary for the Colonies. With a Plate, Vol. II. Tab. XII.) Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 3: 1–9.
  • Graham, (1842). Physianthus auricomus. Golden-haired Physianthus. Bot. Mag. 68: tab. 3891.
  • Hooker, J. D. (1873). Homoclados colorata; Hook. f. Rubiaceae. Tribe Coussareae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 12: 27, Plate 1128.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1837). Antigramma repanda (Raddi) Presl. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 2: tab. CLXXXIII.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1837). Anemia gardneri Hook. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 2: tab. CXC.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1837). Adiantum dolabriforme Hook. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 2: tab. CXCI.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1837). Cladonia perfilata Hook. Gardnerianae. N. O. Lichenes. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 2: tab. CXCII.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1839). Gesnera fascialis. Gaping-flowered Gesnera. Bot. Mag. 65: tab. 3659.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1839). Govenia gardneri. Mr. Gardner’s Brazilian Govenia. Bot. Mag. 65: 3660.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1839). Zygopetalon murrayanum. Mr. Murray’s Zygopetalum. Bot. Mag. 65: tab. 3674.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1839). Sophronitis cernua. Drooping-flowered Sophronitis. Bot. Mag. 65: 3677.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1839). Pleurothallis grobyi. The Groby Pleurothallis. Bot. Mag. 65: tab. 3682.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1839). Melocactus depressus. Depressed Melocactus. Bot. Mag. 65: tab. 3691.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1839). Oncidium forbesii. Mr. Forbes’ Oncidium. Bot. Mag. 65: tab. 3705.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1839). Sophronitis grandiflora. Large-flowered Sophronitis. Bot. Mag. 65: tab. 3709.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Oncidium raniferum; var. major. Frog-flowered Oncidium; larger var. Bot. Mag. 66: tab. 3712.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Epiphyllum russellianum. The Duke of Bedford’s Epiphyllum. Bot. Mag. 66: tab. 3717.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Leptotes bicolor; var. glaucophylla. Two-coloured Leptotes; glaucous-leaved var. Bot. Mag. 66: tab. 3734
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Gesnera marchii. Mr. March’s Gesnera. Bot. Mag. 66: tab. 3744.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Oncidium? concolor. One-coloured Oncidium. Bot. Mag. 66: tab. 3752.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Angelonia gardneri. Mr. Gardner’s Angelonia. Bot. Mag. 66: tab. 3754.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Brassavola perrinii. Perrin’s Brassavola. Bot. Mag. 66: tab. 3761.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Gesneria cochlearis. Spood-leaved Gesneria. Bot. Mag. 66: 3787.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Fruit of Talauma fragrantissima Hook. Gardnerianae. N. O. Magnoliaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCVIII.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Fruit of the Talauma fragrantissima, burst open and exhibiting the seeds. Gardnerianae. N. O. Magnoliaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: Tab. CCIX. CCX.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Talauma fragrantissima Hook. Gardnerianae. N. O. Magnoliaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. tab. 3: CCXI. CCXII.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Sisyrinchium alatum. Gardnerianae. N. O. Irideae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCXIX.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Guatteria maypurensis Humb. & Kunth. Gardnerianae. N. O. Anonanceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCXXVII.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Lycopodium biforme Hook. Gardnerianae. N. O. Lycopodiaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCXXVIII.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Adenostemma brasilianum Cass. Gardnerianae. N. O. Compositae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCXXXVIII. [‘Organ Mountains. Gardner (2d Coll. n. 502).’]
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Baccharis platypoda DC. Gardnerianae. N. O. Compositae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCXLI. CCXLII.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Apteria orobanchoides (Miers) Hook. Miersianae. N. O. Burmanniaceae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: tab. CCLIV.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1840). Merostachys? capitata Hook. Gardnerianae. N. O. Gramineae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 3: CCLXXIII. CCLXXIV.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1841). Oxalis cratensis Hook. Gardnerianae. N. O. Oxalideae. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 4: tab. CCCLXI.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1841). Mayanthus spinosus. Spine-bearing fly-wort. Bot. Mag. 67: tab. 3802.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1841). Angelonia cornigera. Horn-bearing Angelonia. Bot. Mag. 67: tab. 3848.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1841). Maxillaria stapelioides. Stapelia-like Maxillaria. Bot. Mag. 67: tab. 3877.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1842). IV.– Some account of the Paraguay Tea (Ilex Paraguayensis). (With figures; Tabs I. II. and III). London J. Bot. 1: 30—42.
  • Hooker, W. J. (Ed.) (1842). Botanical Information. Brazilian Plants. London J. Bot. 295–298.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1842). Sida (Abutilon) bedfordiana. Duke of Bedford’s Sida. Bot. Mag. 68: tab. 3892.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1842). Oncidium pubes; var. flavescens. Downy-columned Oncidium; yellow-flowered var. Bot. Mag. 68: tab. 3926.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1842). Fuchsia integrifolia. Entire-leaved Fuchsia. Bot. Mag. 68: tab. 3948.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1842). Alstromeria nemerosa. Woodland Alstroemeria. Bot. Mag. 68: tab. 3958.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1843). Siphocampylus betulaefolius. Birch-leaved Siphocampylus. Bot. Mag. 69: tab. 3973.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1843). Achimenes multiflora. Many-flowered Achimenes. Bot. Mag. 69: tab. 3993.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1843). Gesneria polyantha. Many-flowered Gesneria. Bot. Mag. 69: tab. 3995.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1843). Siphocampylus longepedunculatus. Long flower-stalked Siphocampylus. Bot. Mag. 69: tab. 4015.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1843). Hypocyrta strigillosa. Rough-leaved Hypocyrta. Bot. Mag. 69: tab. 4047.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1844). Luxemburgia ciliosa. Fringe-leaved Luxemburgia. Bot. Mag. 70: tab. 4048.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1844). Houlletia brocklehurstiana. Mr. Brocklehurst’s Houlletia. Bot. Mag. 70: tab. 4072.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1844). Nematanthus chloronema. Shorter-flower-stalked Nematanthus. Bot. Mag. 70: tab. 4080.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1844). Cattleya intermedia; variegata. Intermediate Cattleya; variegated lipped. Bot. Mag. 70: tab. 4085.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1844). Miltonia clowesii. Mr. Clowes’ Miltonia. Bot. Mag. 70: tab. 4109.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1844). Aristolochia ornithocephala. Bird’s Head Birth-wort. Bot. Mag. 70: tab. 4120.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1844). Gesneria gardneri. Mr. Gardner’s Gesneria. Bot. Mag. 70: tab. 4121.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1844). Cyathea beyrichiana Presl. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 7: tab. DCXXIII.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1845). Solanum macranthum. Large-flowerred Nightshade. Bot. Mag. 71: tab. 4138.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1845). Pleurothallis bicarinata. Double-keeled Pleurothallis. Bot. Mag. 71: tab. 4142.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1845). Lobelia thapsoidea. Mullein-like Lobelia. Bot. Mag. 71: tab. 4150.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1846). Franciscea hydrangeaeformis. Hydrangea-like Franciscea. Bot. Mag. 72: tab. 4209.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1846). Pleroma elegans. Elegant Pleroma. Bot. Mag. 72: tab. 4262.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1846). Escallonia organensis var. b foliis angustioribus. Organ Mountains Escallonia. Bot. Mag. 72: tab. 4274.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1847). Mr. Gardner’s “Travels in the Interior of Brazil, ...” London J. Bot. 6: 54–58. [Book review]
  • Hooker, W. J. (1949). Death of George Gardner, Esq.; Superintendent of the Botanical Garden, Ceylon. Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 1: 154–156.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1852). Anemia trichorhiza Hook. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 9: tab. DCCCLXXVI.
  • Hooker, W. J., (Ed.) (1852). Herbarium of the late George Gardner, Esq., Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Ceylon. Hooker’s J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 4: 30–31.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1854). Hymenophyllum fucoides Sx. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 10: tab. DCCCCLXIII.
  • Hooker, W. J. (1854). Polypodium eriophorum, (Fée) Hook. Gardnerianae. N. O. Filices. Hooker’s Icon. Pl. 10: tab. DCCCCXCI.
  • Hooker, W. J. & Wilson, W. (1844). Enumeration of the Mosses and Hepaticae, collected in Brazil by George Gardner, Esq., … London J. Bot. 3: 149—167.
  • Miers, J. (c. 1845). Manuscript catalogue by John Miers of Gardner’s Ceylon plants (Nos. 1 – 1280) sent to Sir William Hooker, December 1845. [In BM]
  • Sandwith, N. Y. (1955). Contributions to the Flora of Tropical America: LVII. Studies in Bignoniaceae. XX. Kew Bull. 9(4): 597–614.
  • Sayre, G. (1975). Cryptogamae Exsiccatae—An annotated bibliography of exsiccatae of Algae, Lichenes, Hepaticae, and Musci. V. Unpublished exsiccatae. I. Collectors. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 277
  • Stevens, J. C. (1851). A catalogue of the library of books of the late George Gardner, Esq., Director of the Royal Botanic Garden, Ceylon, containing a general collection of works on natural history, but chiefly on botany, by modern authors of repute. Also a select cabinet of minerals. Which will be sold by auction by Mr J. C. Stevens at his Great Room, 38, King Street, Covent Garden on Friday, the 11th day of July 1851. J.C. Stevens, Covent Garden, London.
  • Urban, I. (1st April 1906). Vitae itineraque, collectorum botanicorum, notae, collaboratorum biographica, Florae Brasiliensis ratio edendi chronologica, systema, index familiarum. In: C. F. P de Martius†, A. G. Eichler† & I. Urban (ed.), Flora Brasiliensis: Enumeratio plantarum in Brasilia hactenus detectarum quas suis aliorumque botanicorum studiis descriptis et methodo naturali digestas partim icone illustratas. Vol. 1. Pars 1. Oldenbourg, Monachii. pp. 1–268.
  • Wight, R. & Gardner, G. (1846). observations on the structure and affinities of the genus “Azima” of Lamarck. By R. Wight, M.D., F.L.S.; and G. Gardner, F.L.S., Superintendent of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Ceylon. Calcutta J. Nat. Hist. 6: 49–56 & Plate I.