flowers-21441 - 1773-russelia juncea, Rushy Russelia [2545x4187]

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1773-russelia juncea, Rushy Russelia - high resolution image from old book.

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russelia juncea
ordo=Lamiales
familia=Plantaginaceae
genus=Russelia
species=R. equisetiformis
binomial=Russelia equisetiformis
Category:Plantaginaceae
Category:Flora of Mexico
Category:Flora of Guatemala
Category:Butterfly food plants
Category:House plants
Category:Garden plants of North America
Synonyms:
Russelia juncea
Russelia equisetiformis, commonly known as fountainbush, firecracker plant, coral plant, coral fountain, coralblow and fountain plant, is a weeping subshrub in the Plantaginaceae family. The plant is native to Mexico and Guatemala. The name Russelia honors the Scottish naturalist Alexander Russell (1715-1768), given to the genus by the Dutch scientist Baron Nikolaus von Jacquin (1727-1817). The species name reference to this plants resemblance to horse tail rushes, and the Latin term equisetiformis means \"like Equisetum.\"

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Width in pixels 2545
Height in pixels 4187
source info Published before 1923.
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Edwards' botanical register, or, Ornamental flower-garden and shrubbery .. 21 (1836) http://'vxb.opr'/i/28975
Author: Edwards, Sydenham, 1769?-1819, Lindley, John, 1799-1865
Volume: 21 (1836)
Publisher: London : James Ridgway
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