Click on images to enlarge. Aerva persica Burm. Aerva tomentosa Forssk. Iresine javanica Burm. Iresine persica Burm.
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Aerva ruspolii Lopr. Aerva tomentosa Forssk. Celosia lanata L. Illecebrum javanicum Burm. Iresine javanica Burm. Iresine persica Burm. Plant growing in native habitat Photograph by: Fagg, M.
Image credit to Australian National Botanic Gardens. Close-up of the flowering stem Photograph by: Fagg, M. Flowering stems Photograph by: Fagg, M. It lists a number of the plant uses as well as the habitats and botanical descriptions of the plants.
Publisher Weinheim Year ISBN - Description An excellent and very comprehensive guide but it only gives very short descriptions of the uses without any details of how to utilize the plants. Not for the casual reader. Add a Comment: If you have any useful information about this plant, please leave a comment. Email Private :. Last update on Now containing plants.
Aerva javanica Burm. Aerva persica Burm. It is both erect and spreading, grows up to a height of 1. It has numerous leaves, ovate to lanceolate, x mm, alternate and white to grey. In earlier times, the densely woolly parts of the inflorescence were used by Bedouins for stuffing saddle pads and cushions, hence the name "kapok bush" Soliman,
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Achyranthes javanica Pers. Aerva tomentosa Forssk. Aerva persica Burm. Aerva wallichii Moq. Celosia lanata L. Iresine javanica Burm.