Clerodendrum Trichotomum Thunb. Ferrugineum (nakai) ohwi clerodendrum trichotomum var. The entry of data in the genie database has led to some variations from the taxonomic terms used in relevant laws and regulations, in particular because the nomenclatures used are not always universally harmonized.
[article in japanese] authors n. Translation table 1 (standard) plastid genetic code: Inflorescence axillary cyme, terminal thyrse or rarely corymb.
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Clerodendrum trichotomum is a species of tree in the family lamiaceae. Good for dermatitis, hypertension, rheumatoid arthritis, joint pain, numbness, paralysis and eczema. In the latter they are ovate or oval, 4 to 9 in.
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Known occurrences, collected specimens and observations of clerodendrum trichotomum thunb. In the catalogue of life based on world checklist of selected plant families Prized for its lovely flowers and brightly colored fruit, clerodendrum trichotomum (harlequin glorybower) is a deciduous large shrub or small tree of great ornamental interest.
The Entry Of Data In The Genie Database Has Led To Some Variations From The Taxonomic Terms Used In Relevant Laws And Regulations, In Particular Because The Nomenclatures Used Are Not Always Universally Harmonized.
View this species on gbif. Eol has data for 20 attributes, including: Clerodendrum trichotomum fruits turn a metallic blue at maturity, atop the bright.
Clerodendrum Trichotomum Is A Deciduous Tree Growing To 6 M (19Ft) By 3 M (9Ft) At A Medium.
Clerodendrum trichotomum is found from the temperate zone, through the subtropics and just entering into the tropics in southern china. A deciduous, small tree 10 or 20 ft high, of bushy, rather sparse habit; They have simple, broad leaves.
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Individuals can grow to 6 m. 14 this name is reported by lamiaceae as an accepted name in the genus clerodendrum (family lamiaceae ). Wide, occasionally toothed, soft, with scattered down beneath, and flaccid;