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Plant Species of the genus Bartlettina

Information about this genus
Name: Bartlettina
Cultivation: CULTIVATION: Most species grow extremely freely and may be somewhat invasive. Plant in moist well-drained soil with a position in full sun or partial shade. If necessary, trim to shape after flowering. Propagate from seed or half-hardened cuttings.
Description: Found in tropical and Central America and Mexico, this daisy-family genus comprises 23 species of evergreen shrubs and small trees. They form a dense, many branched crown with young stems that are usually covered with fine hairs. The leaves are lance-shaped to oval, often with toothed edges, and the corymbs or panicles of daisy-like flowers, which occur in a variety of shades, appear mainly in summer.

Specie Vernacular Zone
Bartlettina sordida 10-11



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