Synonyms for rotundifolius or Related words with rotundifolius
Examples of "rotundifolius"
The larvae feed on "Pterocarpus
" and "Pterocarpus brenanii".
" is an erect, spreading, or trailing subshrub, about tall, with many stiff branches.
") is the unofficial national leaf of the Philippines.
is a North American subshrub in the Honeysuckle Family, also known by the common name round-leaved snowberry.
Larvae feed on "Pterocarpus
", "Pterocarpus angolensis", "Xanthocercis zambesiaca", "Dalbergia boehmii", "Piliostigma thonningii", "Pterocarpus erinaceus", "Dalbergia nitidula", and "Brachystegia spiciformis".
, commonly known as "native" or "country potato" in Africa and called "Chinese potato" in India is a perennial herbaceous plant of the mint family (Lamiaceae) native to tropical Africa. It is cultivated for its edible tubers primarily in West Africa, as well as more recently in parts of Asia, especially India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
, round-leaf fountain palm, is a palm found in Southeast Asia. It is a member of the genus "Saribus". It is also called footstool palm (English) and as "Anáhaw" or "Luyong" (Filipino). The foliage of the "Saribus
" is the unofficial national leaf of the Philippines.
, the round-leaved bloodwood, is a species of fabaceous tree that is native to mesic and well-watered woodlands of Africa south of the equator.
The larvae feed on various grasses and have been specifically reported feeding on "Bauhinia" and "Brachystegia" species, as well as "Pterocarpus
" and "Miscanthus violaceus".
" is native to the western United States and northwestern Mexico. It has been found in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, eastern Oregon, the Oklahoma Panhandle, far western Texas, and northern Baja California.
One tells of how the place was abundant with a kind of person called "luyong"was in love with manda since they were adults" ("Saribus
"), from which beautiful canes and furniture were made.
It is widely used as a hedge plant. Several cultivars have been selected for garden use, including 'Aureus', 'Goshiki', 'Purpureus', '
', and 'Subangustatus'. The cultivars 'Gulftide' and 'Variegatus' have gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
is a pink-flowered species of shrub in the genus "Ptilotus" (Amaranthaceae). It is commonly known as "royal mulla mulla". It is native to the Gascoyne, Murchison and Pilbara IBRA regions of Western Australia.
" is closely related to the coleus plants widely cultivated as ornamentals and is often classified as a member of the genus "Solenostemon" rather than "Plectranthus". It was formerly placed in the now-defunct genus "Coleus", most of whose members have now been re-assigned to the genus "Solenostemon".
" is one of three Plectranthus species native to Africa grown for their edible tubers and using the same vernacular names. The others, "P. esculentus" and "P. edulis", native to southern Africa and Ethiopia respectively, have not spread beyond Africa.
Plectranthus esculentus, with English common names kaffir potato, and Livingstone potato, is a species of plant in the dicot family Lamiaceae. It is indigenous to Africa, where it is grown for its edible tubers. It is more difficult to cultivate than "Plectranthus
", but able to give greater yields. Although the crop is similar to a potato it is from the mint family but it is still quite nutritious and useful. This crop can benefit many subsistence farmers since it is native, easy to grow, growing popularity in the market and quite nutritious.
Millettia stuhlmannii, commonly known as panga panga, is a well-known species of timber tree that is native to the southeastern Afrotropics. The alternative name partridge wood refers to the light and dark patterns of its heartwood, which is said to form ‘partridge-breast’ figures. The wood of the tropical species "M. laurentii" has similar qualities and uses, but is slightly darker, and lacks the copious yellowish white resin of the heartwood vessels. Its foliage is similar to that of "Pterocarpus
", and it may be confused with the latter when observed from a distance.
or Labiatae is a family of flowering plants commonly known as the mint or deadnettle family. Many of the plants are aromatic in all parts and include widely used culinary herbs, such as basil, mint, rosemary, sage, savory, marjoram, oregano, hyssop, thyme, lavender, and perilla. Some species are shrubs, trees (such as teak), or, rarely, vines. Many members of the family are widely cultivated, not only for their aromatic qualities but also their ease of cultivation, since they are readily propagated by stem cuttings. Besides those grown for their edible leaves, some are grown for decorative foliage, such as "Coleus". Others are grown for seed, such as "Salvia hispanica" (chia), or for their edible tubers, such as "Plectranthus edulis", "Plectranthus esculentus", "Plectranthus
", and "Stachys affinis" (Chinese artichoke).
In Arizona, overstories where brush mice are found are characterized by desert willow ("Chilopsis linearis"), Arizona sycamore ("Platanus wrightii"), and shrub live oak ("Quercus turbinella"). Shrub associates include evergreen sumac ("Rhus virens"), skunkbush sumac ("Rhus trilobata"), roundleaf snowberry ("Symphoricarpos
"), New Mexico locust ("Robinia neomexicana"), common hoptree ("Ptelea trifoliata"), fendlerbush ("Fendlera rupicola"), Carruth's sagewort ("Artemisia carruthii"), catclaw acacia ("Acacia greggii"), broom snakeweed ("Gutierrezia sarothrae"), red barberry ("Mahonia haematocarpa"), netleaf hackberry ("Celtis reticulata"), and wait-a-minute ("Mimosa aculeaticarpa var. biuncifera"). Herbaceous and succulent species in brush mouse habitats include Wheeler sotol ("Dasylirion wheeleri"), sacahuista ("Nolina microcarpa"), Palmer agave ("Agave palmeri"), goldenrod ("Solidago" spp.), lupine ("Lupinus" spp.), prickly-pear ("Opuntia" spp.), and ocotillo ("Fouquieria splendens"). Grasses found in brush mouse habitat include Lehmann lovegrass ("Eragrostis lehmanniana"), bottlebrush squirreltail ("Elymus elymoides"), and other annual and perennial bunchgrasses.
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