Sophora macnabiana

species of plant

Sophora macnabiana is the scientific name derived from Edwardsia macnabiana,[1] a tree formerly described from cultivated material [2] Indeed it is suitable for gardens, with showy flowers, numerous leaflets and tender pods. Native from central Chile, and Gough Island,[3][4][5] also disseminated as ornamental in New Zealand, where challenges with S.tetraptera, the local Large-leaved Kowhai.[6]

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S. cassioides
Binomial name
Sophora cassioides
distribution areal of S.macnabiana

ReferencesEdit

  1. "legumeweb_6.00_taxa_13292.shtml [ILDIS]". www.ildis.org.
  2. http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?102014.
  3. Lewis Smith RI 1985. Nothofagus and other trees stranded on islands in the atlantic sector of Southern Ocean.Br.Antarct. Surv. Bull. 66, 47-55
  4. F. I. Woodward 1987. Climate and plant distribution Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0521282144, 9780521282147 174 pág
  5. Peña RC et al.2000. Phylogenetic and biogeographic aspects of Sophora sect.Edwardsia (Papilionaceae)Pacific Sci.54 159-167
  6. http://www.fullbooks.com/Hardy-Ornamental-Flowering-Trees-and3.html.

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