Angiosperms · Polemoniaceae · Loeselia. Loeselia mexicana (Lam.) Brand This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Loeselia (family. Loeselia es un género botánico con 34 especies de plantas con flores perteneciente a la Symbol Loeselia. Loeselia Loeselia mexicana. Taxonomía · Reino: Plantae. Subreino: Tracheobionta · División. Loeselia mexicana (Lam.) Brand [excluded] Show All Show Tabs. General Information. Symbol: LOME5. Group: Dicot. Family: Polemoniaceae. Duration.
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Eric in SF December 7, at Alice Rogers December 4, at 1: Botany Photo of the Day: Interesting that they appear to be only distantly related — how is it that they have such similar flowers? Brent — sounds like classic convergent evolution. Folk medicinal use of this species by indigenous peoples as an antipyretic, antidiarrheal and antiseptic has led to modern research into its medicinal properties, e. Can you find it in the States? Lori Rob December 4, at 1: Loeselia mexicana Published by Daniel Mosquin on December 4, In our garden we have Pineapple Sage also red flowered and blooming in late Sept until frost cuts in down in our Eugene OR garden.
Read More 10 Comments. Does it have malodorous foliage like Ipomopsis? I would love to see more plants from Mexico.
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Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Brent December 7, at 8: Please see The Photographs for more details. Charles Tubesing December 7, at 2: So far this is my favorite botany photo of the day! This plant also looks very similar to Ipomopsis rubra same mexicsna.
Mexican Loeselia (Loeselia mexicana)
However, many plants still continue to bloom long after their spiny foliage has faded and turned brown, and its scarlet flowers create a great food source for hummingbirds well into November and early December. Botany Photo of the Day.
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Published by Daniel Mosquin on Loesselia 4, Submitting a Photo We currently accept photos submitted through a Flickr group, our garden forums, or email. This lovely polemonium with red flowers used by hummingbirds, seems to be one of many such flowers from Mexico.
Resembles our American trumpet vine.
Loeselia mexicana close-up image is a woody perennial member of the phlox family. In Defense of Plants Kew Blogs.
An English common name used is Mexican false calico. We currently accept photos submitted through a Flickr group, our garden forums, or email. Eleanor Ryan December 4, at 7: