Lagerstroemia lanceolata är en fackelblomsväxtart som beskrevs av Nathaniel Wallich. Lagerstroemia lanceolata ingår i släktet Lagerstroemia och familjen. Lagerstroemia /ˌleɪɡərˈstriːmiə/, commonly known as crape myrtle or crepe myrtle, is a genus of around 50 species of deciduous and evergreen trees and. It is gathered from the wild for local use and is also traded internationally. Known Hazards. None known. Botanical References. Range. E. Asia – India. Habitat.

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It can be grown in any similar climate, but in the United States is suitable only for Floridasouthernmost Texas, coastal southern California, and Hawaii. It’s branches have been lopped.

Please check these links: I could not get even a distant shot of this tree with lovely flowers It is a member of the family Lythraceaewhich are also known as the loosestrife family. Commonly known in Malayalam as Venthekku, Vellilavu etc.

The leaves of what cook calls parviflora are indeed more lanceolate than those of what he calls lanceolata. The fruit is a capsule, green and succulent at first, then ripening to dark brown or black dryness. Lagerstroeia timber of some species has been used to manufacture bridges, furniture, and railway sleepers, [2] but in Vietnam’s Cat Tien National Parkthe dominant stands of Lagerstroemia calyculata in secondary forest are thought to have survived after episodes of logging due to the low quality of wood.


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Journal of Biogeography As per efi page: Lagerstroemia parviflora – efloraofindia Google Groups. Goa photo for identification – 7: Flowers bisexual, mm across, white, in axillary and terminal panicles; calyx smooth, hoary, without a ring; lobes 6, triangular, persistent, reflexed; petals 6, 3 mm long, obovate, white, clawed; stamens numerous, inserted at the base of calyx tube; filaments long, exserted; ovary half inferior, sessile, glabrous, celled, ovules many; style long, curved; stigma capitate.

The fruit of L.

Lagerstroemia microcarpa

Retrieved 30 January It looks like dry dehiscent fruits, if so, chances are less for species of Diospyros. Tree seen with tiny flowers near the river bank. Lagerstroemia microcarpa Nana in Marathi of Lythraceae family. Here are the differences from previous threads:. Retrieved from ” https: Flowers are borne in summer and autumn in panicles of crinkled flowers with a crepe-like texture.

M Bhat, Vidya S. As per efi thread: Its Lagerstroemia lanceolata or now correctly called as L. Certain species of crepe myrtle are used in landscaping and gardening as screens, lawn specimens, shrub borders, and container plants.

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Lagerstroemia lanceolata L. microcarpa leaves Lythraceae 2010_0427_Anshi_0011

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. As per efi page:. Assuming all the pictures are of the same individual tree. Capsule size could have been another distinct character.

Found just this one tree n bloom. Most species of Lagerstroemia have sinewy, fluted stems and branches with a mottled appearance that arises from having bark that sheds throughout the year.

Lagerstroemia lanceolata – Wikidata

Pics taken at Aambyvalley Rd. The leaves of L. This section needs expansion. Details of some important contributors. But lahceolata not peel off. Please check the archives of this group for my photographs of this.

Flowers are as large as those of L.

Japanese crepe myrtle is hardier to cold than many strains of L. Leaves simple, opposite, distichous, stipulate; stipules 2, intrapetiolar, deciduous; petiole mm long, slender, glabrous; lamina 4. To me it look more closer to Lagerstroemia parvifloraeven this plant lgerstroemia also called as Nana in Marathi. Some pictures of Venteak blossom Lagerstroemia microcarpa.

Colors vary from deep purple to red to white, with almost every shade in between.