Haemodoraceae

Haemodoraceae is a family of perennial herbaceous flowering plants. It is sometimes known as the `Bloodwort family`. Primarily a Southern Hemisphere family, they are found in South Africa, Australia and New Guinea, and in the Americas (from SE U.S.A. to tropical South America). Perhaps the best known are the widely cultivated and unusual Kangaro.....
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Haemodoraceae

(from the article `Liliales`) Haemodoraceae, included in Bromeliales by Dahlgren, is a family of approximately 14 genera and 100 herbaceous species found principally in Australia, ...
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Haemodoraceae

[n] - some genera placed in family Liliaceae
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Haemodoraceae

Haemodoraceae is a family of monocotyledonous plants, mostly natives of sub-tropical countries. They derive their name from the blood-red liquid obtained from the roots of many species. They bear flowers mostly with bell-shaped perianths, downy on the outside.
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