Sabiaceae

(from the article `Ranunculales`) The four genera of the family Sabiaceae occur in Southeast Asia, including Korea and Japan (Sabia and Meliosma), the Solomon Islands, and tropical ... Some members of Sabiaceae are cultivated, including several species of Sabia with attractive blue fruits and several species of Meliosma. The seeds ... ...
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Sabiaceae

Sabiaceae is a family of trees and shrubs, mostly natives of the northern hemisphere. They usually bear panicles of flowers, each with four or five petals, and four or five stamens inserted at the base or on top of the disc.
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