Browsing: Passifloraceae

The Passifloraceae are a family of flowering plants, containing about 750 species classified in around 27 genera. They include trees, shrubs, lianas, and climbing plants, and are mostly found in tropical regions.

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Adenia globosa is a deciduous shrub, often adopting a climbing habit, with stems up to 26.2 feet (8 m) long, growing from a globular, green and warty…

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Adenia goetzei is an erect unbranched or sparingly branched plant with a subspherical tuber and annual stems with oblong-lanceolate with…

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Adenia glauca is an attractive caudiciform succulent that starts forming a fat green trunk almost after seed germination and keeps…

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