Woody shrubs, trees or climbers, often armed with thorns, short spollen shoots frequently present; dioecious plants. Leaves opposite or subopposed (alternate), whole, petiolate. Axillary or terminal inflorescences in short axillary ramus shoots, pannicate, sometimes capituliform, umbeliform or corimbiform, pedicelate flowers, 1-3 small bractoles on the pedicel and not directly at the base of the chalice; (4) 5 small lobes, stamens 5-10, unequal, connate at the base, exerts, present pistilodium; pistillate flowers commonly much smaller than staminate, calyceal tube narrower than staminate, with 5 small lobes, present staminodes, often forming a low toothed disk, adnate to the stiputite base of the ovary as high as the latter, and with nonfunctional anthers, narrowed ovary at the base, fimbriated stigma, exert. Antocarpo coriaceous (in Nicaragua) or fleshy, free apical part of the calyx commonly retained, surface with longitudinal bands of 1 or several rows of pedicled glands.
Journal of Plebella
I must confess that I lost the first notes I made about my reading of this book, along with the first book I had, in a taxi. And they inevitably place us in a situation of passage, of border, in the junction that is that of uncertainty.
With thorns ...
It is not the same a garden to the south with many hours of light and heat that a garden to the north cooled and wet. I have in my garden for at least 10 years a mamillaria and a parody that live content passing cold under the snow.
The previous year, after being nominated three times, she received the James Beard Foundation's Outstanding Pastry Chef Award. This Los Angeles-based chef works with Silverton to develop all of the dessert cards from Mozza restaurants around the world.
A pantropical genus with 15-50 species; 2 species have been found in Nicaragua. Two other Central American species could eventually be found in Nicaragua: P. silvatica Standl., From Costa Rica and Panama, with glabrous leaves, apex acuminate and narrowly elliptical fruits with 10 bands of a single row of glands and tubercle staminate and red-puberulent with small erect lobes, and P. donnellsmithii Heimerl ex Standl., of Guatemala and El Salvador, with tubular staminate calyx and very small, erect and almost glabrous wolves, usually leaves pubescent on the underside especially on the main nerve.