SHRUB TAXONOMY
    LBYHUMA NO1

    Group Members:
       Kim Asban
     Miguel Buluran
      Sofia Garcia
      David Lay...
Aunasin/Ardisia pyramidalis


                   -Stoloniferous

                   -Glossy green leaves

                ...
Bougainvilla/ Bougainvillea sp.

                   -Tropical/subtropical vine

                   -Thin leaves

         ...
Chili Pepper/Capsicum frutescens

                   -Stems are striate, glabrous
                     or sparsely pubesce...
Fortune Plant/Dracaena fragrans


                       -sparsley branched

                       -clusters of flowers a...
Yellowbell/ Allamanda schottii



                      -glossy green leaves

                      -only true shrub in th...
Santan/Ixora coccinea

                  -multi-branched evergreen
                    shrub

                  -has gloss...
Gumamela/Albo Lacinatus

                -Most widely grown and
                  admired of
                  all floweri...
Mophead/Hydrangea macrophylla

               -small fertile flowers in the
                 middle of the flowerhead,
   ...
Blushing Bromeliad/Neoregelia compacta

                  -grows on dry desserts

                  -can survive any
     ...
Mayana/Coleus Blumei
                -originates from asia

                -bear square stems

                - leaves c...
Angel’s Trumpet/Brugmansia candida


                    -leaves are arranged
                       alternately and are
 ...
Water Lily/Nymphaea alba

                -water dwelling

                -leaves have radial notch

                -flo...
Hidden Lily Ginger/ Curcuma petiolata


                     -fan like leaves, resembling
                        that of ...
False Birds-of-paradise/Heliconia psittacorum


                        -leaves are oblong in
                           s...
Papaya/ Carica papaya
                 -large tree-like plant

                 -spirally arranged leaves
                ...
Ti Plant/Cordyline fruticosa

                 -thin, lance shaped leaves
                    clustering at the top of the...
Caricature Plant/Graptophyllum pictum



                      -leaves are mid-green in color
                         wit...
Kalachuchi/Plumeria acuminata


                 -leaves crowd at the terminal
                    end of the branch and a...
Cordyline/Cordyline terminalis


                  -palm-like evergreen shrubs

                  -resembles dracaenas in ...
Duranta/Duranta erecta

                -With dense, slightly
                  pendulous branches

                -singl...
Dumbcan/Dieffenbachia seguine

                   -Belonging to the Araceae
                     family

                 ...
Tree Philodendron/Philodendron bipinnatifidum



                       -grows as a large semi-
                       woo...
Thunbergia Blue Glory/Thunbergia battiscombei



                       -heart shaped leaves that
                       a...
Miniature Fan Palm/Rhapis excelsa


                     -multi-stemmed clumps with
                     glossy, palmate l...
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LBYHUMA SHRUBS

  1. 1. SHRUB TAXONOMY LBYHUMA NO1 Group Members: Kim Asban Miguel Buluran Sofia Garcia David Layug Priscilla Pacifico
  2. 2. Aunasin/Ardisia pyramidalis -Stoloniferous -Glossy green leaves -Red berries -Slow growth rate
  3. 3. Bougainvilla/ Bougainvillea sp. -Tropical/subtropical vine -Thin leaves -Stems are protected with thorns - Flowers are largely hidden by brightly colorful bracts
  4. 4. Chili Pepper/Capsicum frutescens -Stems are striate, glabrous or sparsely pubescent with simple hairs on young growth -leaves are simple and ovate to lanceolate -flowers are solitary
  5. 5. Fortune Plant/Dracaena fragrans -sparsley branched -clusters of flowers are very fragrant -leaves have a central and marginal yellow stripe each
  6. 6. Yellowbell/ Allamanda schottii -glossy green leaves -only true shrub in the genus -trumpet-shaped golden yellow flowers
  7. 7. Santan/Ixora coccinea -multi-branched evergreen shrub -has glossy, leathery, oblong leaves with entire margins and are either whorled or opposite -Small tubular, scarlet flowers in dense rounded clusters -native to asia
  8. 8. Gumamela/Albo Lacinatus -Most widely grown and admired of all flowering shrubs -Leaves are alternate, simple, ovate to lanceolate -a weeping form plant with flowers that look like butterflies -a kind of hibiscus
  9. 9. Mophead/Hydrangea macrophylla -small fertile flowers in the middle of the flowerhead, and large, sterile bract-like flowers in a ring around the edge of each flowerhead -leaves are relatively thick and crisp, somewhat shiny, and often heart-shaped. Their edges are coursely toothed.
  10. 10. Blushing Bromeliad/Neoregelia compacta -grows on dry desserts -can survive any temperature above freezing -has broad and flat leaves -reproduces through stolons
  11. 11. Mayana/Coleus Blumei -originates from asia -bear square stems - leaves can be narrow or wide, round or ovate, and have crenate margins -known for colorful foliage
  12. 12. Angel’s Trumpet/Brugmansia candida -leaves are arranged alternately and are generally large which are coated with fine hair. -has large, pendalous, trumpet -shaped flowers which come in a variety of colors
  13. 13. Water Lily/Nymphaea alba -water dwelling -leaves have radial notch -flowers are white with multiple small stamens inside
  14. 14. Hidden Lily Ginger/ Curcuma petiolata -fan like leaves, resembling that of a banana’s -long lasting yellow flowers with pink coma bracts
  15. 15. False Birds-of-paradise/Heliconia psittacorum -leaves are oblong in shape, growing opposite each other and on non- woody petioles -flowers are produced on long, erect or drooping panicles, and consist of brightly colored waxy bracts, with small true flowers peeping out from
  16. 16. Papaya/ Carica papaya -large tree-like plant -spirally arranged leaves confined at the top of the trunk -leaves are large, deeply palmately lobed with 7 lobes -flowers resemble that of the plumeria
  17. 17. Ti Plant/Cordyline fruticosa -thin, lance shaped leaves clustering at the top of the stem. -leaves are dark green with stains of pink and crimson -has scented, white to muave colored panicles
  18. 18. Caricature Plant/Graptophyllum pictum -leaves are mid-green in color with creamy central blotches -has tubular purplish red flowers
  19. 19. Kalachuchi/Plumeria acuminata -leaves crowd at the terminal end of the branch and are oblong in shape -flowers are fragrant and vary in color but has mostly an inner yellow color and white/ pink outer color
  20. 20. Cordyline/Cordyline terminalis -palm-like evergreen shrubs -resembles dracaenas in habit and foliage -has small starry flowers that are borne in large panicles
  21. 21. Duranta/Duranta erecta -With dense, slightly pendulous branches -single-trunked -Flowers are mauve-blue in color with dark color on lower petals and a cream eye
  22. 22. Dumbcan/Dieffenbachia seguine -Belonging to the Araceae family -Known for their patterned leaves -Popular houseplants -contains calcium oxalate crystals- raphides
  23. 23. Tree Philodendron/Philodendron bipinnatifidum -grows as a large semi- woody shrub -Characterized by large, lobed or deeply cut leaves (usually pinnate)
  24. 24. Thunbergia Blue Glory/Thunbergia battiscombei -heart shaped leaves that are bright green, smooth edged and arranged oppositely along the stems -trumpet shaped, purple flowers emerge from white buds
  25. 25. Miniature Fan Palm/Rhapis excelsa -multi-stemmed clumps with glossy, palmate leaves divided into broad, ribbed segments. Leaf edges are toothed. -has fleshy flowers containing three petals fused at the base

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