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Amaryllids of Andhra Pradesh, India

, M. Venkaiah, J. Swamy, J. Prakasarao, Deccan Regional Centre Botanincal Survey Of India
Published: 31 December 2020

Abstract: Amaryllidaceae plants are collectively called as Amaryllids, majority are ornamentals, beyond beauty they also boon for perfume, vegetables and medicine. They are playing a key role in horticulture as ornamental plants, used for decoration in all kinds of ceremonies and florists often used in bouquets. The present paper deals with 19 species belonging to 10 genera and key to the species, brief description, Flowering and fruiting period, locality, economic importance, photographs etc. were provided.
Keywords: Amaryllids / genera / beauty / medicine / florists / perfume / Andhra / bouquets / boon / belonging

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