plectranthus


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Noun1.plectranthus - any of various ornamental plants of the genus Plectranthusplectranthus - any of various ornamental plants of the genus Plectranthus
genus Plectranthus - large genus of ornamental flowering plants; includes some plants often placed in the genus Coleus
houseplant - any of a variety of plants grown indoors for decorative purposes
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The potted Mona Lavender plectranthus I move out to the deck for its summer vacation is yet another hummingbird favorite as soon as its tubular flowers open in late summer.
Plectranthus blumei, the flame nettle, is better known to gardeners as Coleus and has wonderful brightly marked leaves.
Plectranthus blumei, the flame nettle, is better known as Coleus and has wonderful brightly marked leaves.
Plectranthus neochilus are attractive ground-cover herbaceous plants that grow well in hot gardens.
zeamais, and reported that both had a 100% reduction in adult emergence after being exposed to an essential oil from Plectranthus glandulosus Hook f.
The oregano 'orejon' (Plectranthus amboinicus), which belongs to the Coleus genus (Lamiacea family) and is also known as 'french' oregano in Cuba, has shown to possess antitussive, bacteriostatic (70% ethanol), antioxidant (30% ethanol) and phytobiotic activities due to its essential oils, rich in thymol and carvacrol (Menendez and Pavon, 1999; Bakkali et al, 2008).
Hippocastinaceae Plectranthus Sperkay NP Mic rugosus L Portulaceae Portulaca Warkharay Th Mes oleracea L.
Plectranthus barbatus (Kannada: dodiputra), painted in Karnataka, September 1800, by Haludar.
The objective of this study was to develop an acceptable biorational insecticide dip for coleus cuttings, Plectranthus scutellarioides L.
Bioactivity of extracts and EOs of Lippia alba (MACHADO et al., 2014), Lippia sidoides (FREIRES et al., 2015a), Plectranthus amboinicus (VASCONCELOS et al., 2017), and Cinnamomum zeylanicum (ANDRADE et al., 2012; WIWATTANARATTANABUT et al., 2017) has been evaluated with promising results in assays against gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria.