CARACTERIZACION DE DOS TIPOS DE VANILLA PLANIFOLIA
- SEDUM NEOVOLCANICUM (CRASSULACEAE) UNA ESPECIE NUEVA ORIGINARIA DEL CENTRO-OCCIDENTE DE Mï¿½XICO. P�rez-Calix, Emmanuel; Garc�a Ruiz, Ignacio // Acta Botanica Mexicana;2002, Issue 58, p57
Sedum neovolcanicum is described as new species, based on plants collected in the western portion of the geographical region known as the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, in the states of Jalisco and Michoacï¿½n. The new taxon resembles Sedum bourgaei Hemsl., S. tortuosum Hemsl. and S....
- Two Puyas from Peru. Dijkgraaf, Leo // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p166
The article photographs of two puyas from Peru. The description of the area where the puyas are found is given. The description of their flowers is presented.
- URTICA PRAETERMISSA (URTICACEAE): UNA NUEVA ESPECIE DEL CENTRO DE MÃ‰XICO. Steinmann, Victor W. // Acta Botanica Mexicana;2004, Issue 69, p141
Urtica praetermissa (Urticaceae), a new species from central Mexico, is described and illustrated. It occurs in the trans-Mexican volcanic belt and the Sierra Madre del Sur in the Distrito Federal and the states of Guerrero, Mexico, and Michoacan. It grows at elevations from 2000 to 3100 m in...
- A New Species of Racinaea (Bromeliaceae) from the Province of Loja, in Southern Ecuador. Manzanares, Jos� M.; Till, Walter // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p198
The authors describe and illustrate Racinaea pattersoniae as a new species of Ecuadorian Bromeliaceae, and also provide morphological data that distinguishes it from R. michelii (Mez) M.A. Spencer & L.B. Sm. and from R. tripinnata (Baker) M.A. Spencer & L.B. Sm. The most important morphological...
- STAR ATTRACTION. Klein, Carol // Horticulture;May/Jun2005, Vol. 102 Issue 4, p42
Features several species of astrantias. Astrantia maxima; Glebe cottage crimson; Raven's wing or Anthriscus sylvestris. INSET: Growing from Seed.
- Pitcairnia cantuoides (Bromeliaceae): A New Species from the Inter-Andean Valleys of Chuquisaca, Bolivia. Vásquez, Roberto; Ibisch, Pierre L. // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;May/Jun2005, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p99
The number of Bolivian Pitcairnia species has doubled since the publication of the monograph by Smith & Downs. As an outcome of a recent field trip to the valleys of the Chuquisaca department, now, we present a new species with Cantua-like flowers: Pitcairnia cantuoides sp. nov. It is similar to...
- Notes on the Genus Deinacanthon. Luther, Harry E. // Journal of the Bromeliad Society;May/Jun2005, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p125
The article provides information on the monotypic plant genus Deinacanthon. The genus was established by Carl Mez in 1986 for a plant that he had described as a species of Rhodostachys. The characteristics of the genus Deinacanthon differs from that of Bromelia. The species of Deinacanthon...
- A Tale of Two Vines. Hawke, Richard // Chicagoland Gardening;Jan/Feb2007, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p11
The article features two vines, the Japanese hydrangea vine and the climbing hydrangea. Both vines are similar in their lush foliage, bold flowers and are both slow-growing. The Japanese hydrangea requires more protection in winter than the climbing hydrangea. It can grow up to 30 feet tall but...
- gynomonoecious:. Gough, Robert E. // Glossary of Vital Terms for the Home Gardener;1993, p47
A definition of the term "gynomonoecious" is presented. It refers to a species with both perfect and pistillate flowers occurring on the same plants.