CUSSONIA ARBOREA PDF
Cussonia arborea Hochst. [family ARALIACEAE]. Herbarium. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (K). Collection. Useful Plants of West Tropical Africa. Resource Type. Cussonia arborea Hochst. ex is an accepted name. This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Cussonia (family Araliaceae). The record. Cussonia kirkii (C. arborea). Araliaceae. Indigenous. Common names: Ecology: Uses: Description: Propagation: Seed info.: treatment: storage: Management.
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Make sure seed trays are at least 6 inches 15 cm in depth to allow the small tubers to form. It is widely distributed throughout tropical Africa. Cussonia is a genus of plants of family Cuszoniawhich is native to the Afrotropics.
Views Read Edit View history. Do not allow seed to become waterlogged or dry out. Their genus name commemorates the botanist Pierre Cusson. Cabbage trees Cussonia paniculata Scientific classification Kingdom: Araliaceae Apiales genera Flora of Southern Africa.
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Immunomodulatory activities of isolated compounds from the root-bark of Cussonia arborea.
Keep seed and seedlings in a semi-shaded area. However, seed sown in summer months will germinate faster in about 4 weeks than seed sown in winter 7 weeks to germination.
Palmate leaf of C. Most species are drought tolerant and prefer a sunny spot to grow. These plants can handle an occasional and mild frost, but a chill will make the leaves fall off. This page was last edited on 7 Aprilat Cussonia arborea is small to medium sized deciduous tree up to 43 feet 13 m tall. Their leaves are typically grouped in umbrella-shaped arrangements at the tips of long erect branches.
Seedlings can be transplanted at about 4 months, but be very careful not to damage the fleshy roots when transplanting … — See more at: How to Grow and Care for Cussonia. The leaves are carried on long petioles, and have conspicuous stipules. Kwazulu-Natal and Eastern Cape. All the members of this genus form a swollen stem base beneath the ground and care must be taken not to damage this when planting out. These plants can handle an occasional and mild frost, but a chill will make the leaves fall off.
Their usually dense inflorescences are often spiked, and their small flowers usually have 5 greenish petals.
Retrieved from ” https: It originated in Africa and has its center of distribution in South Africa and the Mascarene Islands. The flowers small, borne in terminal clusters of slender spikes up to 20 inches 50 cm long.
Retrieved 25 April The fruits are borne aborea the elongated spikes, spherical, up to 0. Prime destination for succulent lovers.
Cussonia arborea Hochst. ex — The Plant List