Mug - flowers


Two fine bone china mugs featuring images from the Medicinal Garden at the Royal College of Physicians.

Allium moly (yellow), also known as 'golden garlic' is a perennial plant related to the common garlic - but is not safe to eat. It has been used to treat uterine pains.

Paeonia officinalis (pink) commemorates Paeon, physician to the gods of ancient Greece. Historically, it was believed the roots could be used as a cure for epilepsy.

Photograph taken by the Garden fellow, Dr Henry Oakeley.

Size: 8cm tall. Not suitable for dishwashers.

Membership discount available for this product

To apply for your discount please create an account using the same email address as your main RCP account or log in.

Related products

'Curious anatomys' apron

100% cotton apron printed with an image from De humani corporis fabrica libri septem (On ...

'Curious anatomys' tea towel

Currently out of stock. 100% cotton tea towel printed with an image from De humani corpor...

2013 Christmas card

The Royal College of Physicians' Grade 1 listed home in Regent's Park is considered one o...