Chirita

Chirita is an Old World genus of the flowering plant family Gesneriaceae, native to Indo-Malaysia, S. E. Asia, and southern China. In 2011, the species in the genus were reassigned to several genera, with the type species (C. urticifolia) assigned to the genus Henckelia (as H. urticifolia (Buch.-Ham. ex D. Don.) A. Dietr.), so that Chirita became ...
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Chirita

This is a group of tender perennials native of Ceylon, Malaya and India. Their height ranges from 1 to 3 feet. C. lavendulacea grows up to 24 inches high and has evergreen, fuzzy, pale green leaves that grow up to 8 inches long. Its funnel-shaped flowers will grow from spring through fall if sown in succession. The tube is white and the petals are ...
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