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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Buddleja coriacea is a variable species. The wood is useful for making charcoal, in construction, and in tool making.
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Miscellaneous see more detailsphytogeography budddleja Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more detailsflowering flowering Subject Category: Please enter a valid email address. Corolla deep yellow turning orange, tubular-salverform, tomentulose outside, inside glabrous, tube 4. Other specimens match it well, especially from the same area as the type, such as Hammarlund Tanas, kolli, colle, culli, orcco-quishuar, puna kiswar, puna quishuar, quishuar, olivio silvestre de los Incas, quiswara.
Buddleja coriacea typically makes a densely crowned, sprawling trioecious shrub or tree, branching almost at ground level. Publications see more detailslive fences live fences Subject Category: However, these are most likely samples from vigorously growing branches or from plants which are more sheltered than the average.
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Magical Andes Photography | Flower heads of Buddleja coriacea or kiswara tree photograph