Plant info needed

rjh at gnv.ifas.ufl.edu rjh at gnv.ifas.ufl.edu
Tue Mar 2 14:33:57 EST 1993


We are working on a project involving the Master Gardner program
which will involve locating and growing plants in the following
list. If only the genus is given, information on any of the
species will be welcome. The standard references have been
checked,(ie Hortus III, Tropica, and a couple of horticultural
journals). Any information, especially referenced literature, on
culture, sources, and even folklore will be appreciated.

GENUS/species                   COMMON NAME:

1.  Alstromeria ;                 Lily-of-the-Incas;  Peruvian lily.
2.  Antigonon leptopus;           Coral vine.
3.  Barleria;                     Philippine violet.
4.  Breynia nivosa;               Snowbush.
5.  Brudmansea;                 
6.  Buddleia officinalis;         Butterfly-bush.
7.  Ceratostigma ;        
8.  Clerodendron ;                Glory-bower, kashmir-bouquet, tubeflower.
9.  Crossandra;                   Firecracker flower.             
10. Datura;                       Thorn apple.
11. Dichorisandra;       
12. Dombea;                       Pink-Ball
13. Eranthemum;                   Blue sage
14. Hydrangea quercifolia         Oak-leaf Hydrangea
15. Malvaviscus arboreus;         Turks-Cap
16. Plumeria spp.;                Frangipani
17. Porana paniculata;            Christmas-Vine
18. Ruellia;              
19. Russelia equisetiformis;      Coral plant, firecracker plant
20. Senecio confusus;             Mexican flame vine
21. Stenolobium stans;            Yellow-elder                           
22. Tabernaemontana coronaria     Crape jasmine      
23. Thunbergia spp.;              Clock-vines               
24. Tibouchina semidecandra.      Princess-Flower

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                                       Richard J. Henny
                                       University of Florida
                                       Central Florida Research
                                       and Education Center - Apopka
                                       



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