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Awarded Veitch Memorial Medal in Awarded the Victoria Medal horticulture in for outstanding contributions to horticulture. Awarded Linnaean Gold Medal in Personal life[ edit ] Hutchinson was married and had 2 sons and 3 daughters, one of whom lived in South Africa. He spent his leisure time roaming the English countryside with his wife in a caravan, describing and drawing wild flowers. At his funeral at Mortlake Crematorium, a wreath largely made of South African flowers, was sent by his colleagues at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.
First Southern Africa trip August — April [ edit ] Hutchinson arrived in Table Bay and spent the first few weeks collecting in and around Cape Town and Table Mountain , with short trips further afield. His first lengthy trip was to Namaqualand and Bushmanland with fellow botanist and succulent specialist, NS Pillans. Arthur Gillett of Oxford one of the founders of Oxfam. On this occasion their route followed the southern Cape coast as far as Port Elizabeth. From here Hutchinson travelled on his own and in Pretoria joined up with General Smuts , who was a keen and knowledgeable botanist, to the far northern Transvaal to explore Lake Fundusi, sacred to the Venda tribe.