Botanical name: Rutaceae
Botanical name: Rutaceae
Species of Rue
Psilopeganum is a genus of flowering plants of the family Rutaceae. It is a monotypic genus. It is native to the Three Gorges Reservoir area, in the Hubei province of central China.
Citrus fruit trees
Citrus fruit trees is a genus of flowering plants . The fruit is globular.
The Mexican war hero, Casimiro Gomez, was the inspiration for the Latin name to be Casimiroa. The seeds of some species of sapotes have been reported as toxic to humans and animals. Subsequently, a lethal cockroach bait has been made using extracts of these plants. The wood of some members of sapotes has been used to make furniture in parts of its native Tropical Americas.
Diosma is a genus of flowering plants. The eight known species are all from the western Cape Province of South Africa.
Orange climber includes only one species. This is a liana with woody, corky, thorny stems that climb on trees, reaching up to 10 m in length. It has shiny green citrus-scented leaves, yellow-green flowers, and orange fruits that taste like orange peel. It is native to many countries in Africa and Asia.
Boenninghausenia is a monotypic plant genus in the family Rutaceae. Boenninghausenia occurs in Asia.
Native to warm parts of the Asian continent, the species of the skimmia genus vary in size and configuration, from shrubs to small trees. They produce large clusters of showy flowers and bright red or black berries. Their attractive appearance and pleasant fragrance make them a popular ornamental garden choice.
Acronychia is a genus of 44 species of plants, mainly shrubs, in the rue family Rutaceae. They have a broad distribution covering China, Southeast Asia, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia and the islands of the western Pacific Ocean.
Clausena is a genus of flowering plants in the citrus family, Rutaceae. The genus includes shrubs and trees. The leaves of these plants are pinnate, divided into leaflets. The inflorescence varies in form, but is generally a cluster of several flowers with 4 or 5 petals and sepals. The fruit is a berry which lacks the pulp of many other fruits in the citrus family. The genus can be distinguished from related plants by the presence of a gynophore, a structure supporting the ovary in the flower. There are between about 15 and 30 species. It is distributed in Africa, southern Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Islands.
Cork-trees are so named because of their bark, which in some species, is thick and corky. Despite their name, cork that is commercially produced actually doesn't come from this genus, but instead, comes from the bark of a different type of tree. Though they don't have much use in making wine stoppers, chinese corktree can be manipulated to create a yellow dye. These plants are also drought tolerant, insect resistant, and generally hardy.
Ptaeroxylon includes only one species. Ptaeroxylon is a shrub or medium deciduous tree that stands up to 15 m tall. The bark is whitish-grey and smooth when young, but fissured with age. Leaflets are marked asymmetrically. They are blue-green to dark green in color and crowd near the ends of the rachis in three to seven pairs of leaflets. The flowers on the tree are white to creamy yellow and fragrant. Ptaeroxylon is native to Southern Africa, including South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique.
Desertrue is a genus of flowering plants in the rue family, Rutaceae. Plants in this genus are sometimes known by the common name desertrue.
Luvunga is an Asian genus of plants in the family Rutaceae: tribe Citreae.
The mexican oranges (genus Choisya) are a small group of evergreen shrubs. Closely related to the oranges of genus Citrus, mexican oranges bear white, fragrant flowers that are quite similar to orange blossoms. Because of their graceful forms and beautifully-scented blooms, these trees are often planted ornamentally, particularly in areas with mild winters. They are also prodigious nectar producers and are prized by beekeepers.
Dictamnus are a genus of flowering plants. Genus members are often cultivated for ornamental garden use. They are covered in gluey, fragrant goop during the summer months, which is irritating to the touch. Interestingly, this makes also makes them a fire risk, as they produce volatile oils that can burst into flames in high temperatures.
Triphasias are evergreen shrubs growing to 1 to 3 m tall, with trifoliate leaves. The flowers are fragrant, white, with three to five petals. The fruit is an edible red hesperidium. Triphasia is a small genus of three species in the family Rutaceae, related to Citrus. The genus is native to southeastern Asia and New Guinea.
Citrus (genus Citrus) are a large group of tropical and warm-temperate flowering plants that are of tremendous culinary and commercial importance to humans. Citrus include some of the most popular fruits in the world, including oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruits, and tangerines. They are thought to have been cultivated since at least 3,000 BCE - that's 5,000 years ago! In addition to being grown for their fruits, these plants are also grown as ornamentals or as nectar-providers for bees.
Hoptrees are primarily noted for their fragrant foliage. Native to North America, these plants have unique winged fruit and are popularly used as an ornamental in gardens, providing mid-summer interest. Gardeners like the petit structure and manageability of these trees. Most pests are deterred by the essential oils and alkaloids that are usually present in all parts of these plants.
Murraya are a genus of citrus trees and shrubs, which have fragrant flowers and showy berries. They are used in gardening as ornamentals, and sometimes as rootstock for grafting different citrus fruit plants.