Alexander Wallace (botanist)
Alexander Wallace (1829 – 7 October 1899) was an English physician, botanist, and entomologist. Born in London, Wallace earned at Trinity College, Oxford an MA in 1858 and an MD in 1861. He played first-class cricket there for the university club. He worked as an agent for new introductions of lilies and orchids. His company "The New Plant and Bulb Company" supplied lilies to Gertrude Jekyll. The standard author abbreviation A.Wallace is used to indicate this individual as the author when citing a botanical name.
Alexander Wallace (botanist)
Alexander Wallace (1829 – 7 October 1899) was an English physician, botanist, and entomologist. Born in London, Wallace earned at Trinity College, Oxford an MA in 1858 and an MD in 1861. He played first-class cricket there for the university club. He worked as an agent for new introductions of lilies and orchids. His company "The New Plant and Bulb Company" supplied lilies to Gertrude Jekyll. The standard author abbreviation A.Wallace is used to indicate this individual as the author when citing a botanical name.