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Anthurium vittarifolium, Anthurium

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 Anthurium vittarifolium
Family: Araceae
Anthurium
Origin: Columbia
Small shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeKeep soil moistEpiphyteRegular waterOrnamental foliage

The definitive strap-leaf Anthurium. This plant grows pendant, with leaves that can easily reach 6ft long and yet barely 2in wide! This particular clone with incredibly long leaves.


 Anthurium vittarifolium, Anthurium

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Anthurium vittarifolium, Anthurium

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Anthurium vittarifolium, Anthurium

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Anthurium vittarifolium, Anthurium

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Anthurium vittarifolium, Anthurium

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Anthurium vittarifolium, Anthurium

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Anthurium vittarifolium, Anthurium

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Family: Convolvulaceae
Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose
Origin: India
Vine or creeperFull sunShadeSemi-shadeKeep soil moistPink flowersBlue/lavender/purple flowersEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.InvasiveSeaside, salt tolerant plant

A native of eastern India and Bangladesh, this vigorous twiner will grow 30 ft (9 m) or more into the treetops, but can be trained over a post or stump and kept trimmed to a moundlike form. A dense white down covers both young stems and leaf undersides. The leaves are ovate-cordate, to 1 foot across, white tomentose beneath with lateral veins conspicuous on the undersides. Tight clusters of trumpet-shaped bright pink flowers about 2 in (5 cm) across on pedicels to 6 inches long appear among the foliage in spring and summer. In a tropical climate cultivation is simple, the plants making very vigorous growth in a sunny position in moist soil. In cooler climates they can be grown in a sunny conservatory, but due to their rampant growth will need frequent cutting back. Propagate from seed or cuttings. Used medicinally in India. The roots and seeds of Elephant Creeper have been used as a support of the nervous system, a geriatric tonic and mild aphrodisiac. The whole plant is reported to have purifying properties. It is also taken to help maintain healthy joints.


 Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Argyreia nervosa, Argyreia speciosa, Elephant creeper; Woolly Morning Glory, Hawaiian Baby Woodrose

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Hawaiian Woodrose. This vigorous twiner will grow 30ft or more into the treetops, but can be trained over a post and kept trimmed to a mound-like form. The large leaves have a reverse silver sheen. Tight clusters of large trumpet-shaped pink flowers about 4 in across.
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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa vulgaris Wamin Dwarf Buddha Belly
 Bambusa sp.
Family: Poaceae   (Formerly:Poaceae / Gramineae)
Subfamily: Bambusoideae
Common bamboo
Origin: China
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunKeep soil moistSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plant

All tropical forms of bamboo are fast growing plants that can reach tree-like proportions. It is more than just a decorative plant, is also a major producer of oxygen, great to have around. Bamboo is the most fast growing plant in the world. Some varieties were reported to grow as much as 3-4 ft a day. The plant requires moist soil, can tolerate a few days of flooding, but won't tolerate soggy conditions for a very long time.

Bambusa vulgaris, a stylish oriental plant, is the bamboo to thrive indoors. With an excellent life expectancy it can be relied upon to create a long and lasting impression. There are 3 varieties sold under Bambusa vulgaris: Bambusa vulgaris (yellow stems), Bambusa ventricosa (green, bumpy stems), and Bambusa siamensis (smooth green stems). It is advisable to plant them in a large pot because they can die if the root ball is allowed to dry out. Can torerate a small amount of light. B. melangensis - one of the most fast and tall growing varieties. Most of bamboo are hardy to frost, and some are hardy to as low as 16-18F.


 Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Golden Hawaiian

Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa vulgaris Wamin Striata
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa vulgaris
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa multiplex
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa Chocolate
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa vulgaris 'Wamin' Dwarf Buddha Belly
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa pervariabilis var. viridistriata Sunburst Bamboo
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa lako Timor Black Bamboo
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa chungii Tropical Blue Bamboo
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa eutoldoides var. viridivittata Asian Lemon Bamboo
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa oldhamii Oldham Bamboo
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa lako Timor Black Bamboo
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa vulgaris
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa oldhamii
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa oldhamii
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa vulgaris
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa vulgaris Wamin
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa vulgaris
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa oldhamii
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa vulgaris Wamin
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa Giant. Stems may grow up to 12" thick
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa multiplex
Bambusa sp., Common bamboo

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Bambusa multiplex


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Bambusa boniopsis - Bonnie Bamboo

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Bonnie Bamboo is a small-growing bamboo with a delicate appearance. Fine leaves that droop to the ground when young. Can be used as a privacy screen in applications where a shorter bamboo is required. Full size plants in favorable conditions can grow to 20' tall with 1" diameter culms. Min. temp. 27 deg F. Min USDA zone: 9b.
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Bambusa guangxiensis - Chinese Dwarf Bamboo

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Chinese Dwarf is a hedging clumping bamboo that grows to roughly 10 ft in height, but can get taller in good conditions - you simply hedge it to the size you want! It grows very differently from traditional bamboo, with a very bushy, tufting habit with its foliage and does not naturally show the culms. Chinese Dwarf has quite pretty, large green leaves and gives a very tropical feel instead of a normal hedge. Chinese Dwarf is an extremely fast growing, hardy bamboo, and can achieve a privacy hedge in under 18 months! You need to trim Chinese Dwarf down between 1-4 times a year to maintain at the ideal height and to promote new fresh foliage. Chinese Dwarf is definitely a fantastic privacy hedge, sound barrier and wind break. Hedge it down to any preferred height and even clean out the below foliage to create a japanese style effect. Chinese Dwarf can be grown in full sun to part shade. Trim back as much as you desire to maintain size and promote new foliage. Chinese Dwarf is a great option for pots or troughs.
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Bambusa textilis Gracilis - Graceful Bamboo, Slender Weavers

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Graceful / Slender Weavers bamboo. It's a beautiful hedging bamboo and is always in high demand for privacy screening.
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Bambusa vulgaris Vittata - Painted Bamboo, Golden Hawaiian Bamboo

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Bambusa vulgaris Vittata (Painted Bamboo) is a large clumping bamboo with a maximum height of 50 feet under optimum conditions. Large arching golden-yellow culms have green vertical stripes that look like drip marks. Branches are often striped as well. This plant is sometimes also commonly called the Golden Hawaiian Bamboo.
Culms are hardy at least to 27 degrees.

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Bambusa Vulgaris Wamin - Dwarf Buddha Belly Bamboo

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Dwarf Buddha Belly would make a great addition to any yard with its unique culms and beautiful green foliage. The lower half of the Dwarf Buddha Belly is branchless with very bizarre shortened inflated internodes. It has 3 inch knotted culms. This bamboo makes a wonderful specimen tree and a good conversation piece for guests. No other bamboo in the world comes even close to a Wamin in overall appearance. It is a non-invasive clumping bamboo that originates from Burma, fast growing to heights between 12-15 feet tall reaching maturity in 3 years. This bamboo is commonly found in tropical regions and in the United States does very well in Southern California and Florida. The Dwarf Buddha Belly is one of the easiest Bamboos to grow and maintain. It is compact and unusual, it can truly give a home or business that tropical feel. The Dwarf Buddha Belly makes a wonderful landscape specimen or privacy screen. It can withstand temperatures around 27-30 degrees F.
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Barringtonia acutangula , Freshwater Mangrove, Indian Oak, Indian Putat 

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Family: Lecythidaceae
Freshwater Mangrove, Indian Oak, Indian Putat
Origin: Southeast Asia
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeKeep soil moistPink flowersRed/crimson/vinous flowersFragrantEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Attracts butterflies, hummingbirdsPoisonous or toxicFlood tolerant

Barringtonia acutangula is native to coastal wetlands in southern Asia and northern Australasia, from Afghanistan east to the Philippines and Queensland. The plant is used medicinally in fold remedies. Its bark contains potent opioid painkillers


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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Family: Barringtoniaceae / Lecythidaceae
Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton
Origin: Coastal areas of: Indian, Madagascar, Philippines, Polynesia
Can be used for bonsaiSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunKeep soil moistPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersFragrantEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Attracts butterflies, hummingbirdsPoisonous or toxicFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plant

This curious plant grows in sand or sand-mix with lots of water and sun. The stem will reach for up to 60Ft, and the flowers are white. It can be reproduced by seeds. What seems to be a caudex is just the large nut which will disappear by time. In habitat it is a large tree that grows on sandy and rocky shores, it has large leaves held in rosettes at the ends of branches. The young leaves are a beautiful bronze with pinkish veins. Old leaves turn yellowish. The flowers are delightful puff balls of white stamens tipped with pink. They open at night and attract large moths and nectar-feeding bats with their heavy scent. The next morning, the flower stamens are usually found strewn beneath the tree. The fruits have a typical lantern shape and float on the water. The fruit can survive drifting on the sea for long distances and for periods of up to 2 years. They were among the first seeds to arrive on the island of Krakatau when it first emerged out of the sea. The outermost layer of the fruit wall is green turning brown when ripe. The middle layer is spongy and contains air sacs to help the fruit float. The innermost layer is hard and thick to protect the seed (the layers of spongy and hard coverings are somewhat similar to the coconut). All parts of the tree contain saponin, a poison. The seeds and other parts of the plant are pounded, pulped or grated to release the poison and used to stun fish in freshwater streams. The floating seeds are sometimes used as fishing floats. A colorful shady tree, it is commonly planted as a roadside tree. The heated leaves are used to treat stomach ache and rheumatism (Philippines); seeds are used to get rid of intestinal worms.


 Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia sp.
Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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Barringtonia asiatica, Mammea asiatica, Barringtonia speciosa, Agasta asiatica, Butonica rumphina, Sea Poison Tree, Langasat, Fish Poison Tree, Putat Laut, Butun, Butong, Pertun, Balubiton, Lugo, Motong-botong, Vuton

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