Gynura

Gynura is an Asian genus of the botanical family Asteraceae. , subfamily Asteroideae, tribe Senecioneae. The most known species is Gynura aurantiaca, so called because of the color of its orange inflorescences. This plant is also commonly known as `Purple Passion` because of the velvety purple leaves. == Species == ...
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Gynura

(Purple Passion Plant, Velvet Plant) These tropical plants are natives of Indonesia. They belong to the Daisy family, Compositae and will grow 2-3 feet high. G. aurantiaca produces velvety leaves covered with purple hairs and orange flowers, which resemble little shaving brushes. G. bicolor's leaves are gray-purple above and rich purple underneath....
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Gynura

[n] - genus of Old World tropical herbs: velvet plants
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