This member of the Bombacaceae* family was given this name by Henri Ernest Baillon in 1876. It is found on the north-west to north of Madagascar, growing on the hill-sides in dry deciduous forests in a well-drained soil. Takes plenty of water and sun. The flowers which occurring in March to April, are dark red and quite big: ten centimetres. The stem can get five meters wide and 20 meters high. It can only be reproduced by seeds.
The genera is named after the French naturalist Michel Adanson,1727-1806. The species name mean 'from Madagascar'.
*)Accordantly to the latest taxonomic system; APG IV 2016, Bombacaceae is now part of the Malvaceae.
2 years old seedling 15/20 cm
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Author : L.
Family : Amaryllidaceae
Habitat : South Africa
Haemanthus coccineus is a small perennial, geophytic, bulbous plant 6-20 cm tall with scarlet flowerheads like bright shaving brushes popping up from underground bulbs in late summer. This same species has a large number of variations and was described under a host of unnecessary...
Author : Roem. & Schult.
Family : Apocynaceae
Habitat : Turmi, Ethiopia
This A. obesum come from Ethiopia form, by seeds
2 years old seedling. 6 to 15 cm
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Author : Jum. & H.Perrier
Family : Euphorbiaceae
Habitat : Madagascar
Jatropha from Madagascar.
Shrub port, green and pink flowers. Interesting foliage
8 cm. seedling. Sent bare roots
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Habitat: South Africa
is a short plant with white flowers that are borne at ground level in a congested raceme. The four to six leaves are produced in a prostrate rosette and may vary in shape from linear to lanceolate and are plain or spotted. The peduncle or main flower stem is very short resulting in...
Author : Flueck
Family : Burseraceae
Habitat : Oman
Boswellia sacra belonging to the Burseraceae family, is a deciduous woody plant, which reaches a height of 1.5 to 8 m, with one or more trunks. Its bark has the texture of paper and is easily removed. It has compound leaves clustered at the ends of entangled branches and an odd number of...