A new British flora : British wild flowers in their natural haunts / described by A. R. Horwood ; with sixty-four plates in colour representing 350 different plants, from drawings by J. N. Fitch and many illustrations from... (1919)
John Nugent Fitch (1840–1927), botanical illustrator and lithographer, best known for his contribution of 528 plates to The Orchid Album, a landmark work of eleven volumes published between 1872 and 1897. Fitch was the nephew of botanical artist Walter Hood Fitch (1817-1892). Fitch also contributed to Curtis's Botanical Magazine from 1878, joining a select group of illustrators such as William Kilburn, James Sowerby, Sydenham Edwards, William Jackson Hooker and Walter Hood Fitch. Fitch also produced plates for Lepidoptera Indica by Frederic Moore.