Acalypha godseffiana

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Acalypha godseffiana, Mast. Low-growing shrub of dense bushy habit: lvs. short-petioled, ovate or ovate-lanceolate, cordate, acuminate, coarsely toothed, green with a prominent cream-colored margin: fls. inconspicuous, greenish-yellow, the clusters shorter than the lvs. Apr., May. New Guinea. G.C. III. 23:242. Gng. 6:278. F.E. 10:554. A.F. 13:1286. Var. heterophflla, Hort. Lvs., especially the lower, linear-lanceolate, irregularly repand.

Var. eremorum, Muell. Of peculiar habit and with spiny branches: lvs. green, ehort-petioled, crenate: fls. in spikes, the clusters shorter than the lvs. Austral.— Coolhouse plant, chiefly interesting botanically.

A. Chantrieri, Hort.:A. Hamiltoniana X Wilkesiana var. macrophylla.—A. marginata, Hort., not Spreng.:A. Wilkesiana var. marginata.—A. obovota, Hort., not Benth.:A. Wilkesiana var. obovata. Other trade names are A. Hamiltoniana, Hort. Bruant 1895. Lvs. bright green, the rounded teeth yellow-margined.—A. Milloniana, Hort. Intro. 1911. A. morifontanensis, Hort. :A. Hamiltoniana X Wilkesiana var. marginata. A. torta, Hort. Lva. dark green, the margins cut into blunt oblong segms. Samoan Isls. N. Taylor.


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