Duzragore Some species commonly escape from the garden. Quishuar archaeological site topic Quishuar Quechua for Buddleja incana is an archaeological site in Peru. It is native to uncana Andes. A Abies balsamea var.
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Nomenclature[ edit ] The botanic name has been the source of some confusion. The International Code of Botanical Nomenclature has gradually changed to incorporate stricter rules about orthographic variants and as of the edition requires article 60, particularly Both evergreen and deciduous species occur, in tropical and temperate regions resp.
The leaves are lanceolate in most species, and arranged in opposite pairs on the stems alternate in one species, B. The colour of the flowers varies widely, from mostly pastel pinks and blues in Asia, to vibrant yellows and reds in the New World, while many cultivars have deeper tones. The flowers are generally rich in nectar and often strongly honey-scented. Distribution[ edit ] The genus is found in four continents. Over 60 species are native through the New World from the southern United States south to Chile, while many other species are found in the Old World, in Africa, and parts of Asia, but all are absent as natives from Europe and Australasia.
The species are divided into three groups based on their floral type: those in the New World are mostly dioecious occasionally hermaphrodite or trioecious , while those in the Old World are exclusively hermaphrodite with perfect flowers.
Cultivation and uses[ edit ] As garden shrubs buddlejas are essentially 20th-century plants, with the exception of B. Other common garden species include the aforementioned B. Several interspecific hybrids have been made, notably B. It is frequently seen beside railway lines, on derelict factory sites and, in the aftermath of World War II, on urban bomb sites. GL8 8YF. SO20 6EH. The listing below includes the names, still prevalent in horticulture, of many former Asiatic species sunk by the late Toon Leeuwenberg as Buddleja crispa and adopted as such in the definitive Flora of China.
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