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Fockea

Fockea is a genus of succulent scrubs native to southern Africa, known collectively as water roots, a reference to their characteristic bulbous caudex, which is edible in at least some species. Species Fockea edulis Thunb. K.Schum. - South Africa ...

                                               

Jatropha podagrica

Jatropha podagrica is a succulent plant in the family Euphorbiaceae. It is native to the tropical Americas but is grown as an ornamental plant in many parts of the world due to its unusual appearance. Common names include Gout Plant, Gout Stalk, ...

                                               

Pachypodium bispinosum

Pachypodium bispinosum has a swollen, tuberous stem, or caudex, up to 0.6 m tall, which is partially buried beneath the soil. Thick, bonsai-like branches sprout from the top of the stem, and are lined with paired, straight spines 10–20 mm long, s ...

                                               

Pachypodium decaryi

Pachypodium decaryi is a flowering plant, and a member of the family Apocynaceae. This species was first described in 1922 by Henri Louis Poisson. It is native to central Madagascar, growing on bare rocks with little water and a lot of sunlight. ...

                                               

Pachypodium densiflorum

Pachypodium densiflorum is a member of the family Apocynaceae. It is native to Madagascar. In habitat, it grows on granite rocks in the central plateau of Madagascar.

                                               

Aristolochia paecilantha

Perennial. Stems striate, prostrate or ascending. Leaves petiolate, broadly cordate at base, limb triangular. Flowers reaching up to 10 cm long, peduncle bending towards the two-thirds. Ovary striate. pubescent. Tube recurved. Strip very dilated, ...

                                               

Aristolochia reticulata

Aristolochia reticulata, the Red River snakeroot, Texas Dutchmans pipe, or Texas pipevine, is a species of perennial herb in the Aristolochiaceae family, and endemic to Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. Its habit is erect to sprawling, up ...

                                               

Aristolochia ringens

Aristolochia ringens is a species of perennial plant in the Aristolochiaceae family. It is found from Panama through Bolivia, Colombia, and Venezuela.

                                               

Aristolochia tagala

It is widely distributed: the distribution is from the Himalaya to Sri Lanka through South East Asia and China, to Oceania includes the whole of Malesia, the Solomon Islands and Queensland in Australia. The species is found in forests and open lo ...

                                               

Aristolochia tomentosa

Aristolochia tomentosa is a species of flowering plant in the Aristolochiaceae family. Its native range includes the southeastern and south-central United States. The common name for the plant is Dutchmans Pipe because the flower superficially re ...

                                               

Aristolochia watsonii

Aristolochia watsonii is a perennial plant in the birthwort family, found growing among plants of the Arizona Uplands in the Sonoran Desert. The plant is inconspicuous, small and hard to spot, but can be found by following the pipevine swallowtai ...

                                               

Campsis

Campsis is a genus of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae, native to woodland in China and North America. It consists of two species, both of which are vigorous deciduous perennial climbers, clinging by aerial roots, and producing large t ...

                                               

Clematis coactilis

Clematis coactilis, common name Virginia white-hair leather flower, is a plant species endemic to the western part of the US State of Virginia. It is reported from only Botetourt, Roanoke, Craig, Montgomery, Giles, Wythe, and Pulaski Counties. It ...

                                               

Clematis versicolor

Clematis versicolor is a species of flowering plant in the Buttercup family. It is a twining vine native to the Southeastern United States and Ozark Mountains. In this range it is found in scattered calcareous regions, where it is found on limest ...

                                               

Clematis viorna

Clematis viorna, commonly known as vasevine or leatherflower, is a flowering vine native to the southeastern United States. It grows in wooded habitats and bears purple flowers in spring and summer.

                                               

Hedera hibernica

It is an evergreen climbing plant, growing to 20–30 m high where suitable surfaces are available, and also growing as ground cover where there are no vertical surfaces. It climbs by means of aerial rootlets which cling to the substrate. Native to ...

                                               

Hedera iberica

Hedera iberica is a species of ivy which is native to the western Iberian peninsula, and northern Morocco. It was formerly classified as a sub-species named Hedera maderensis iberica in Hedera maderensis. The Iberian subspecies was subsequently c ...

                                               

Passiflora actinia

Passiflora actinia species of passion flower of the Passifloraceae. It flowers mainly in early spring, producing white, mauve and blue flowers about 9 cm wide. Passiflora Actinia is an evergreen vine. Originally from Brazil, this is a relatively ...

                                               

Passiflora antioquiensis

Passiflora antioquiensis, the red banana passionfruit, is a species in the family Passifloraceae. It is native to Colombia and is named for the Antioquia Department in Colombia where the type specimen was collected. It was originally described by ...

                                               

Passiflora bryonioides

Passiflora bryonioides, the cupped passionflower, is a plant in the genus Passiflora, family Passifloraceae. It is native to Arizona, Sonora, Chihuahua, Sinaloa and Guanajuato. The plant is an annual, antennae, forming a vine to 2 m tall, with pa ...

                                               

Passiflora coccinea

Passiflora coccinea is a fast-growing vine. The vine is native to French Guiana. Most plants cultivated as Passiflora bright red turn out to be Passiflora miniata in Vanderpl.

                                               

Passiflora coriacea

Passiflora coriacea, commonly known as the wild sweet calabash or bat leaved passion flower, is a tropical vine with very distinct leaves in the shape of bats wings. It also has purple oval or circle shaped fruit that are mainly ornamental. It is ...

                                               

Passiflora edmundoi

Passiflora edmundoi is a species in the family Passifloraceae. It is native to western to southwestern Brazil. It is similar to Passiflora kermesina. It is named after Edmundo Pereira, who collected the type specimen.

                                               

Passiflora gibertii

Passiflora gibertii is a fast-growing ornamental vine with edible fruits. The flowers are also ornamental. The fast-growing vine can grow up to 27 feet long. It has three-lobed leaves which can grow to a few inches long. Vines may trail across ar ...

                                               

Passiflora macrophylla

Passiflora macrophylla, commonly called the tree passion flower, is one of the relatively few species in Passiflora with a tree-like growth pattern. The leaves can grow up to three feet long by one foot wide. Flowers are borne as inflorescences f ...

                                               

Passiflora morifolia

Passiflora morifolia, the blue sweet calabash or woodland passionflower, is a white and purple flowered passion flower with blue or purple fruit. The very fast-growing vine that can grow a few dozen feet in a season. Flowers are ornate, white, bl ...

                                               

Passiflora nitida

Passiflora nitida, the bell apple, is a tasty, but relatively unknown passion fruit. It is similar to P. laurifolia, with orange-yellow fruits that have a sweet, succulent pulp. It is a fast-growing tropical vine. Its flowers are blue and red, a ...

                                               

Passiflora pardifolia

Passiflora pardifolia is a small Passiflora with very distinct leaf markings. The leaf markings of P. pardifolia look very similar to the dumbcane. The fruits of P. pardifolia looks similar to the blueberry.

                                               

Passiflora subpeltata

Passiflora subpeltata, commonly known as white passionflower, is a passion flower bearing yellow-green fruits. It is a vining plant with three-lobed leaves and 2-3 ornate flowers. It is grown as an ornamental plant. This vine is also a marginal p ...

                                               

Passiflora tripartita

Passiflora tripartita also called curuba, tumbo, curuba de Castilla and tumbo serrano is a species of Passiflora from Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, and Brazil in areas at elevations of 2000 – 3200 meters.

                                               

Vitaceae

The Vitaceae are a family of dicotyledonous flowering plants, with 14 genera and ca 910 known species, including the grapevine and Virginia creeper. The family name is derived from the genus Vitis. The name sometimes appears as Vitidaceae, but Vi ...

                                               

Nothocissus

Nothocissus is a plant genus in the family Vitaceae. Note: Nothocissus and Pterisanthes reported unresolved names in the list of plants and therefore should not contain information until they are either recognized as a legitimate force and is sho ...

                                               

Tetrastigma

Tetrastigma is a genus of plants in the grape family, Vitaceae. The plants are lianas that climb with tendrils and have palmately compound leaves. The species are found in subtropical and tropical regions of Asia, Malaysia, and Australia, where t ...

                                               

Euptelea

Euptelea is a genus of two species of flowering plants in the monogeneric family Eupteleaceae. The genus is found from Assam east through China to Japan, and consists of shrubs or small trees: Euptelea pleiosperma. (Pleiosperma Euptelea) Euptelea ...

                                               

Trochodendron aralioides

Trochodendron aralioides, sometimes colloquially called wheel tree ", is a flowering plant and the sole living species in the genus Trochodendron, which also includes several extinct species. It was also often considered the sole species in the f ...

                                               

Chimonanthus nitens

Chimonanthus nitens is a species of the genus of wintersweets Chimonanthus and member of the family Calycanthaceae Rehder & Wilson, C. campanulatus R.H.Chang & C.S.Ding, C. grammatus M.C.Liu, C. zhejangensis M.C.Liu).

                                               

Eupomatia

Eupomatia is a genus of three flowering shrub species known to science, of the Australian continent ancient family Eupomatiaceae. The Eupomatiaceae have been recognised by most taxonomists and classified in the plant order Magnoliales. The three ...

                                               

Galbulimima

Galbulimima is a genus of flowering plants and the sole genus of the family Himantandraceae. Members of the family are found in the tropical zones of eastern Malaysia, the Moluccas, the Celebes, New Guinea, northern Australia and the Solomon Isla ...

                                               

Galbulimima belgraveana

Galbulimima belgraveana is a hallucinogenic plant. Its common names include white magnolia. It is native to northeastern Australia, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea. Papuans boil the bark and the leaves together with another plant, called Homalomen ...

                                               

Commelinids

In plant taxonomy, commelinids is an APG IV system named clade within the monocots within the angiosperms, distinguished by cell walls containing ferulic acid. In the commelinids are the only clade, APG has been unofficially named in monocots. Ot ...

                                               

Campynemataceae

Campynemataceae is a family of flowering plants. The family consists of two genera and four species of perennial herbaceous plants endemic to New Caledonia and Tasmania.

                                               

Philesiaceae

Philesiaceae is a family of flowering plants, including two genera, each with a single species. The members of the family are woody shrubs or vines endemic to southern Chile. In the system of APG III, 2009, unchanged from the APG II system of 200 ...

                                               

Nuphar pumila

Nuphar pumila, the least water-lily or small yellow pond-lily, is an aquatic perennial plant in the Nymphaeaceae family. It is also known as dwarf water lily because it is the dwarf species of Nuphar lutea, while Nuphar pumila has a star-shaped, ...

                                               

Petalophyllum

Petalophyllum, or petalwort, is a genus of liverworts in the order Fossombroniales. The plants are small, reaching lengths of up to 15 mm 0.6 In, and thallose it is a plant not differentiated into root, stem and leaf. Thallus midrib consists of t ...

                                               

Petalophyllum americanum

Petalophyllum americanum, common name petalwort, is a species of liverwort in the order Fossombroniales. It is endemic to the Gulf Coast of the United States in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. It was first described as the European s ...

                                               

Haplomitrium

Subgenus Calobryum Nees 1846 Schuster 1967c. H. dentatum Kumar & Udar 1976 Engel 1981. H. grollei Kumar & Udar 1977. H. C. mnioides Lindberg 1875 Schuster 1963. H. kashyapii Udar & Kumar 1982. H. C. blumei Nees 1846 Schuster 1963. H. chilensis Sc ...

                                               

Leiomitra

Leiomitra is a genus of liverworts. Species: Leiomitra julacea Hatcher ex J.J. Engel. Leiomitra flaccida Spruce. (Leiomitra flaccida Елово) Leiomitra elegans Lehm. Hassel de Menendez. Leiomitra tomentosa Sw. Lindb. Leiomitra hirticaulis R.M. Schu ...

                                               

Lophocolea heterophylla

Lophocolea heterophylla, the variable-leaved crestwort, is a liverwort species belonging to the order Jungermanniales, which is the largest liverwort order.

                                               

Mylia taylorii

Mylia taylorii forms dense mats or hemispherical colonial growths of vertical shoots which have a swollen, slimy appearance when damp. The shoots are yellow-green tinged with brown or red, 3 – 8 cm tall. The leaves are up to 2.4 mm long and becom ...

                                               

Trichocolea mollissima

Trichocolea mollissima is a large liverwort of the Trichocoleaceae family. It is found commonly throughout wet sclerophyll and rainforests in Australia and New Zealand. In Australia it is present in Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensl ...

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