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Noun1.Mandevilla - genus of tropical South American tuberous perennial woody vines with large racemose flowers and milky sapMandevilla - genus of tropical South American tuberous perennial woody vines with large racemose flowers and milky sap
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Apocynaceae, dogbane family, family Apocynaceae - chiefly tropical trees or shrubs or herbs having milky juice and often showy flowers; many are sources of drugs
Dipladenia boliviensis, Mandevilla boliviensis, white dipladenia - shrubby climber having glossy leaves and white funnel-shaped flowers with yellow throats
Chilean jasmine, Mandevilla laxa - woody vine of Argentina grown as an ornamental for its glossy leaves and racemes of large fragrant funnel-shaped creamy-white flowers
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BP-E HER Cynanchum foetidum (Cav.) Kunth BP-E HER Gonolobus unifloras Kunth BP-E HER Mandevilla holosericea (Sesse & Moc.) BP-E HER J.K.
De acuerdo a estudios moleculares recientes, el genero Mandevilla Lindl.
HER Mandevilla illustris (Vell.) HER Woodson Odontadenia lutea (Vell.) CLI Markgr.
This type of connection between bud and its origin tissue was also observed by Appezzato-da-Gloria and Estelita (1995) in tuberous root of Mandevilla illustris (Vell.) Woodson.
Choose a showy subtropical perennial, like the Mandevilla shown here; or morning glory, climbing snapdragon (Asarina), or another annual vine.
This summer, she plans to add more hibiscus, mandevilla, and allamanda ("trumpet flower") to the pool deck and adjoining special events terrace, where weddings and parties take advantage of the Gulf-view setting.
Mandevilla guerrerensis (Apocynaceae, Apocynoideae), a new species from Mexico.
Tender plants Sunset climate zones 7-9, 14-17: Set out tropicals and subtropicals such as bougainvillea, hibiscus, mandevilla, and plumeria now so they have the warm season to get established.
Release of colleter secretion into the subcuticular space occurs way of by channels between the epithelial cells, as described by Thomas and Dave (1989) in Alamanda cathartica and Appezzato-da-Gloria and Estelita (2000) in Mandevilla species.