Geleznowia verrucosa

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    Geleznowia verrucosa @ Sydney Royal Botanic Garden
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    Geleznowia verrucosa @ Sydney Royal Botanic Garden
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    Geleznowia verrucosa @ Sydney Royal Botanic Garden
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    Geleznowia verrucosa @ Sydney Royal Botanic Garden

Basic information

Flower Name
Geleznowia verrucosa
Formal Name
Geleznowia verrucosa
Alias
Yellow Bells, Geleznowia
Habitat
Western Australia
Morph
evergreen shrub and

Comment

What is Geleznowia verrucosa

Geleznowia verrucosa ( scientific name: Geleznowia verrucosa) is an endemic species of Western Australia and is an evergreen shrub of the family Rutaceae. It is also called 'Yellow Bell's, or Geleznowia. It likes sandy soil. Khaki green leaflets are densely attached to the flower stalk in an inverted egg shape of about 1.2 cm. Yellow on the flower stalk tip

Generic name: Geleznowia verrucosa, Scientific name: Geleznowia verrucosa, Scientific name: Plant kingdom Angiosperma Eternal dicotyledonous species Mukuroi family Orchidaceae Gereznovia, aka: Yellow Bells, Geleznowia, height: 10 to 150 Leaf color: leaf length: 1.2 cm, leaf shape: obovate, flower color: yellow, flower size: 1 to 2 cm, flowering period: July to October, use: cut flowers.

Detailed information

Order
Sapindales
Family
Rutaceae
Genus
Geleznowia
Species
G. verrucosa
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Solitary Inflorescence
Petal shape
polypetalo
Leaf type
Oblanceolate
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Specific areaCt flower・Flower arrangement
Color
Yellow
Season
JulAugSepOct
Height
10 ~ 150 [cm]
Diameter
1 ~ 2

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