THOMPSONELLA NELLYDIEGOAE (CRASSULACEAE), UNA NUEVA ESPECIE DEL SUR DE MÃ‰XICO
- Monanthes subrosulata, a new species of M. sect. Sedoidea (Crassulaceae) from La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain. BAUDET, ÁNGEL BAÑARES; RODRÍGUEZ, AURELIO ACEVEDO; BEAUMONT, ÁNGEL REBOLÉ // Willdenowia;Jun2013, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p25
Monanthes subrosulata (M. sect. Sedoidea) from La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain, is described as a species new to science and illustrated. Special attention is paid to the morphological characteristics that differentiate it from the other species of the section (M. anagensis and M. laxiflora), as...
- Sedum ochroleucum subsp. mediterraneum (Crassulaceae), a new Italian endemic. GALLO, LORENZO // Willdenowia;Jun2014, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p27
A new subspecies of Sedum ochroleucum Chaix (5. ser. Rupestria Berger, Crassulaceae), endemic to the Italian Peninsula, is described. It differs from the typical subspecies mainly by the glabrous sepals and the semi-erect to spreading petals at anthesis.
- Relationships of North American members of Rhodiola (Crassulaceae). Olfelt, Joel P.; Freyman, William A. // Botany;2014, Vol. 92 Issue 12, p901
Taxa of Rhodiola L. (Crassulaceae) generally grow in arctic or alpine habitats. Some Rhodiola species are used medicinally, one taxon, Rhodiola integrifolia Raf. subsp. leedyi (Rosend. & J.W.Moore) Moran, (Leedy's roseroot), is rare and endangered, and the group's biogeography in North America...
- Sedum tarokoense (Crassulaceae), a new species from a limestone area in Taiwan. Lu, Chang-Tse; Lin, Hung-Wen; Liou, Wei-Ting; Wang, Jenn-Che // Botanical Studies;Dec2013, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p1
Background: An unknown Sedum was found from the limestone region in Taiwan. After a detailed comparison with other congeners in Taiwan and neighboring countries, we identified this plant as a new species. Results: This new taxon resembles S. nokoense Yamamoto, S. alfredii Hance, and S. uniflorum...
- My favorite plant: Jade tree. Attkisson, Anna // Flower & Garden;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p10
Provides information about the author's jade tree scientifically referred to as Crassula argentea under the family Crassulaceae. Morphological description of jade tree; Growing habit; Name given by the author to her jade tree.
- Plants that mop up formaldehyde. Cockshull, Ken // Horticulture Week;3/18/2011, p22
The article presents a study which reveals that nine, out of 86 plant species tested, were excellent to remove formaldehyde from the atmosphere.
- Research matters... flowering of Kalanchoe spp. Cockshull, Ken // Horticulture Week;8/27/2010, p36
The article presents research on Kalanchoe blossfeldiana which is commercially grown in Great Britain.
- A new species of Freycinetia Gaudich (Pandanaceae) from West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Rizki, Fitri Sri; Chikmawati, Tatik; Rugayah, T. // International Journal of Plant Biology;2015, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p8
A new species Freycinetia sessiliflora Rizki & Rugayah is described and illustrated based on specimen character from Mount Nyiut- Sambas, West Kalimantan (Indonesia). The species is differed from others by having sessile pedicellus, concave cylindrical of inner bracts and bright red bracts.
- All in the family Crassulaceae. Clausen, Ruth Rogers // Country Living Gardener;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p20
Focuses on plants in the family Crassulaceae.