Buddleja coriacea in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. We have Ian Barclay to thank for sharing with us his collection from high elevations in Peru of this distinctive Buddleia. Densely ranked leaves with a gleaming. Monographs Details: Buddleja coriacea Remy. Authority: Norman, E. M. Buddlejaceae. Fl. Neotrop. Monogr. (Published by NYBG Press).
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This is one of the most commonly cultivated trees or shrubs in the altiplano of Peru and Bolivia, and it is planted in town squares and can be seen in many properties near stone walls.
The scented inflorescences comprise 3—8 pairs of head-like cymes, 0. Miscellaneous see more detailsmedicinal plants medicinal plants Subject Category: Please only use this feature if you are budldeja of these publications: Please select author name in each record! Natural Processes see more details and fruiting fruiting Subject Category: Articles with ‘species’ microformats All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from Coriacsa Articles with permanently dead external links.
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Flower heads of Buddleja coriacea or kiswara tree
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Organism Names see more detailsScrophulariaceae scrophulariaceae Subject Category: Natural Processes see more detailsfodder plants fodder plants Subject Category: The description is not diagnostic enough and without original material it is not possible to assign it to this species.
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Buddleja coriacea – ‘Colle’, ‘Kishuara’. Natural Processes see more details habit, harvest information, seed processing and handling, seed storage and viability viability Subject Category: Buddleja List Longstock Park Nursery.
Buddleja coriacea – Wikispecies
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Buddleja coriacea is cultivated in the high Andes as a field windbreak, as coruacea source of humus for soil improvement, and as high quality, rotproof timber for use in building construction and manufacture of agricultural tools. Boiled leaves are added to butter and are used for relief of rheumatism bkddleja nerve pain as well as catarrh. Calyx tubular, tomentulose outside, tube 2. Miscellaneous see more detailsflowering flowering Subject Category: Organism Names see more detailseudicots eudicots Subject Category: Buddleja arborea Meyen, may be an earlier name for this taxon.
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Buddleja coriacea or kiswara tree in Calamarca village square, Bolivia
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Infusions of leaves and flowers are employed as antiseptic on wounds and are taken as a tea against gonorrhea and other venereal disease Oblitas, ; Solomonas well coriaca to alleviate urinary disorders Cardenas, Leaves with petiole mm long, with well marked stipular lines, blades elliptic to obovate, x 0.
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