Lagerstroemia


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Noun1.Lagerstroemia - shrubs or small trees of tropical Asia and Africa usually with showy white, pink, or purplish flowers
plant genus - a genus of plants
family Lythraceae, loosestrife family, Lythraceae - herbs and shrubs and small trees with pink or purple flowers
crape myrtle, crepe flower, crepe myrtle, Lagerstroemia indica - ornamental shrub from eastern India commonly planted in the southern United States
Lagerstroemia speciosa, Queen's crape myrtle, pride-of-India - native to Asia, Australia, and East Indies, where it provides timber called pyinma; used elsewhere as an ornamental for its large showy flowers
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If I miss the salingbobog (Crateva religiosa) blossoms in UP Diliman's Sunken Garden, I hope come May or June I won't miss the banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosa) and the molave (Vitex parviflora), whose violaceous blooms match the softer colors of the wet season.
2 LAGERSTROEMIA INDICA (FUCHSIA D'eTe) 'INDYFUS' A great choice for southern and eastern Britain, thriving and shrugging off pests and diseases, particularly mildew.
The crapemyrtle bark scale, Acanthococcus lagerstroemiae (Kuwana) (Hemiptera: Eriococcidae), is an invasive pest of crapemyrtles, Lagerstroemia spp.
Influence of fluoride on streptozotocin induced diabetic nephrotoxicity in mice: protective role of Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng) and banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosa) on mitochondrial oxidative stress.
Four main types of habitat have been identified as (a) primary forest covering 50 % of the total area (dominated by Parinari corymbosa and Lagerstroemia speciose); (b) secondary forest at central lowlands (dominated by palms and other fruit trees); (c) mangrove-swamp in a broad belt along the northern side of the isthmus; and (d) beach forest (dominated by Calophyllum inophyllum and Barringtonia asiatica) restricted to the nutrient-poor sandy ridges on the north and northwest coasts of UKNP (Appendix 2).
Lagerstroemia indica (Crepe myrtle), which is rarely grown in the UK but quite suited to our climate, is a multi stemmed shrub/small tree with beautiful bark and glossy green foliage producing a profusion of crepe paper like flowers in colours from light pink to deep burgundy.
Em que: 1 = Parque Barigui; 2 = Bosque Gutierrez; 3 = Bosque Joao Paulo II; 4 = Passeio Publico; 5 = Praca Eufrasio Correia; 6 = Praca Carlos Gomes; 7= Praca Nossa Senhora de Salette; 8 = Praca Alfredo Andersen; 9 = Jardinete Henrique Knopholz; 10 = Rua Brigadeiro Franco; 11= Rua Angelo Lopes; 12 = Rua Guaratuba; 13 = Lagerstroemia indica; 14 = Lafoensiapacari; 15 = Handroanthus chrysotrichus.
(DeVries, 1997); Hiraea reclinata (Janzen & Hallwachs, 2009); [Lecythidaceae] Gustavia superba (DeVries et al., 1992; DeVries, 1997); [Chrysobalanaceae] Licania arborea (Janzen & Hallwachs, 2009); [Lythraceae] Lagerstroemia speciosa (Janzen & Hallwachs, 2009); [Vitaceae] Cissus verticillata (Janzen & Hallwachs, 2009).
The seedlings included 38 pieces of Ardisia (ArdisiaPyramidalis), which can grow to as tall as 10 meters; 38 pieces of Dita (AlstoniaScholaris), an evergreen tropical tree that can grow up to 20 meters; 38 pieces of Ipil (InstiaBijuga), a medium-sized flowering tree that can grow from 20-40 meters in height and lends a temperate vibe by shedding its leaves every year; and 38 pieces of Banaba (Lagerstroemia Speciosa), a deciduous sub-canopy tree that can grow up to 15 meters tall.