eucryphia


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eucryphia

(juːˈkrɪfɪə)
n
(Plants) any tree or shrub of the mostly evergreen genus Eucryphia, native to Australia and S America, having leaves of a dark lustrous green and white flowers: family Eucryphiaceae
[from Greek eu well + kryphios hidden, from kryptein to hide, referring to the sepals being joined at the top]
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But the most eye-catching of all is Eucryphia which you just don't see enough of.
Many stem from samples collected from the Far East by plant hunters commissioned by Henry McLaren, 2nd Lord Aberconway in the early 1900s, Recognition of their importance takes the number of Bodnant Garden's National Collections to five - the garden already holds collections of Magnolia, Eucryphia, Embothrium and Rhododendron forrestii.
Valdivian forests are generally dominated by a different set of broad-leaved evergreen tree species, such as Eucryphia cordifolia Cav.
The three eucryphia from South America and Australasia are all coming into flower now with their beautiful white blooms, and our Japanese anemones are now nearing their best.
El estrato arboreo superior esta compuesto por grandes arboles de Eucryphia cordifolia y Laureliopsis philippiana de 20 a 40 m.
of Eucryphia cordifolia producing selective volatile antimicrobial compounds.
Sustratos de corteza compostada para la propagacion vegetativa de estacas de tallo de Podocarpus nubigena Lindl, y Eucryphia cordifolia Cav.
N Nothofagus nitida Roble de Chiloe, Coihue E Eucryphia cordifolia Ulmo, Muermo D Drimys winteri Canelo, Fune S Saxegothaea conspicua Manio W Weinmannia trichosperma Tineo, Tenio M Myrceugenia exsucca Petra, Pitra, Patagua, Temu C Caldcluvia paniculata Tiaca, Triaca, Quiaca G Gevuina avellana Avellano, Guevin, Nefuen EM Embothrium coccineum Notro, Ciruelillo A Amomyrtus luma Luma L Luma apiculata Arrayan T Tepualia stipularis Tepu CH Chusquea quila Quila TABLA 9.
There are only five species of eucryphia found in the wild, and they come either from Chile, or Tasmania.
This takes our number of National Collections to five - we already hold collections of Magnolia, Eucryphia, Embothrium and Rhododendron forrestii.