LAGERSTROEMIA LANCEOLATA PDF
Lagerstroemia lanceolata är en fackelblomsväxtart som beskrevs av Nathaniel Wallich. Lagerstroemia lanceolata ingår i släktet Lagerstroemia och familjen. Lagerstroemia /ˌleɪɡərˈstriːmiə/, commonly known as crape myrtle or crepe myrtle, is a genus of around 50 species of deciduous and evergreen trees and. It is gathered from the wild for local use and is also traded internationally. Known Hazards. None known. Botanical References. Range. E. Asia – India. Habitat.
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Threatened Taxa of Telangana State. Archived from the original on November 23, Wikimedia Lagerstroemiia has media related to Lagerstroemia. Flowers not seen Fruits were of 1. Role of eFI in Sc.
Flowers bisexual, mm across, white, in axillary and terminal panicles; calyx smooth, hoary, without a ring; lobes 6, triangular, persistent, reflexed; petals lagerstroemiz, 3 mm long, obovate, white, clawed; stamens numerous, inserted at the base of calyx tube; filaments long, exserted; ovary half inferior, sessile, glabrous, celled, ovules many; style long, curved; stigma capitate.
To me it look more closer to Lagerstroemia parvifloraeven this plant is also called as Nana in Marathi. The leaves of what cook calls parviflora are laherstroemia more lanceolate than those of what he calls lanceolata. Is it found growing wild? Books on Indian Flora. Some pictures of Venteak blossom Lagerstroemia microcarpa.
Crepe myrtles are chiefly known for their colorful and long-lasting flowers which occur in summer. This species is distinctly tree-like, with colorful deciduous bark and dark green leaves which are more resistant to fungal diseases than are those of its more popular relative. But may not peel off. Please check these links: It blooms around Pantnagar in May. I am adding more pictures of the lsnceolata locally known as Dhawda, Dhawdi. Here are lagerstfoemia pictures of the fruits. My photographs of this are available in the archives of this group.
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Colors vary from deep purple to red to white, with almost every shade in between. Thanks for the id. Deciduous trees, to 30 m high, bark mm thick, greyish or greyish-white, smooth, peeling off in thin long and broad flakes; blaze creamy yellow, outer parts brittle, inner layers fibrous; branches knotted.
The fruit is a capsule, green and succulent at first, then ripening to dark brown or black dryness. Retrieved 30 January It splits along six or seven lines, producing teeth much like those of the calyx, and releases numerous, small, winged seeds.
Don’t want to get into any more discussions on this, but am only send this lagerstroeemia to showcase the fruit:. Very nice set ans interesting seedpods and seeds Cultivars available include ‘Kiowa’, ‘Fantasy’, and ‘Townhouse’.
Garden, Urban, Wild Type: Leaves simple, opposite, distichous, stipulate; stipules 2, intrapetiolar, deciduous; petiole mm long, slender, glabrous; lamina 4.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Its Lagerstroemia lagerstromeia or now correctly called as L. It can be grown in any similar climate, but in the United States is suitable only for Floridasouthernmost Texas, coastal southern California, and Hawaii. This section needs expansion. Indian Flora facebook group. You can help by adding to it. Lagerstroemia microcarpa Nana in Marathi of Lythraceae family.
Kindly identify this tree, taken at Mulshi, Pune in May While not as widely known, the Japanese crepe myrtle, L. Names of Plants in India site. Lagerstroemia microcarpafor sharing and validation: Thanks for the id of this tree seen at Corbett.
Yes, all images from the same tree. I could only wonder what this would have been. lagdrstroemia
M Bhat, Vidya S. This page was last edited on 10 Novemberat Naked lady of the forests. Venteak, – efloraofindia Google Groups. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. It is lagerwtroemia large evergreen tree with colorful rosy-mauve flowers and striking white bark, suitable for public parks and avenues; only the seed-grown species is commonly available for sale, unlike L.