Browsing: Adenia

Adenia is a genus of flowering plants in the Passionflower family, Passifloraceae. It is distributed in the Old World tropics and subtropics. The centers of diversity are in Madagascar, eastern and western tropical Africa, and Southeast Asia. The genus name comes from "aden", reported as the Arabic name for the plant by Peter Forsskål, the author of the genus.

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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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