(from the article `Ranunculales`) ...have a fragrant perfume, and the sausage-shaped fruits have a grayish violet skin and a white pulp. One of the most popular ornamentals in the ...
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Holboellia is a genus of flowering plant in the Lardizabalaceae family. There are twenty species in the genus, all restricted to Southeast Asia, the Himalayas and China. Holboellia is s genus of mostly perennial, evergreen vines, although some are deciduous. The flowers are monoecious, that is, separate male and female flowers are produced on the
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