Plumbago indica L., Herb. Amb. 24 24 1754 (syn. Plumbagidium roseum (L.) Spach; Plumbago coccinea (Lour.) Salisb.; Plumbago rosea L.; Thela coccinea Lour.);
Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi, Philippines, Moluccas, Lesser Sunda Isl., India,
Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar [Burma], Darjeeling,
Laos, Vietnam (I), Pakistan
(I),
Jamaica (I), Peru (I), Puerto Rico (I), Haiti (I), Dominican Republic (I),
Virgin Isl. (I) (St. Croix (I)), Seychelles (I), Fiji (I), New Caledonia (I),
trop. Afr. (I), Marquesas Isl. (I), Society Isl. (I) (Tahiti (I)), Taiwan (I),
Trinidad & Tobago (I)
as per Catalogue of Life;
 
Common name: Plumbago, Scarlet leadwort, Rose-colored Leadwort • Hindi: लाल चित्रक Lal chitrak • Manipuri: ꯃꯨꯒꯥꯂꯩ Mugalei, ꯇꯦꯜꯍꯤꯗꯥꯛ ꯥꯉꯥꯡꯕꯥ Telhidak angangba • Oriya: ଅଗ୍ନୀ Ogni • Bengali: ৰক্ত চিত্ৰক Rakt-chitrak • Tamil: அக்கிநீ Akkini • Gujarati: કાલોચિત્રક Kalochitrak • Kannada: ಚಿತ್ರಮಲಿಕಾ Chitramulika • Malayalam: Kotuveli • Konkani: तांबडी चित्रक Tambdi chitrak
 

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Plumbaginaceae: Plumbago indica L.: Plumbago indica L. Herb. Amboin. (Linn.) 24. 1754.

Synonym: Plumbago rosea L. Sp. Pl., ed. 2. 1: 215. 1762. nom. illeg.
Family: Plumbaginaceae
Lectotype = “Radix Vesicatoria” in Rumphius, Herb. Amboin., 5: 453, t. 168, 1747
Attachment: 
1. Image of plant
2. Protologue – Radix Vesicatoria Herb. Amboin., 5: 453
3. Lectotype – Herb. Amboin., t. 168

– Closer look of the same


– Thought of sharing my finds as well. Do have a look.


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Plumbago indica from bangalore: Plumbago, Scarlet leadwort 
Plumbago indica Plumbaginaceae 
(Plumbago family) 
Native Herb 
Bangalore 


Yes, and its medicinal….


 

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09012013 BRS 432: Pl. find the attached file contain photo for id. request.
Location: PBRC, Vilupuram Dist.,
Date:01.01.2013
Habitat: Garden
Habit: Shrub.

Plumbago indica of Plumbaginaceae.


Yes. red plumbago. this is medicinal too


 

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ID for this plant please : 11 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1 + 2).
kindly id this plant, this i found in darkwoods of the forest


i brought this into my garden it is 5 years old, flowers are beautiful ones. i don’t know weather it is usefull as medicine.


Please post the close ups of the flowers for ID by the experts.


thank you, iam posting few pics


the red one looks like PLUMBAGO ROSEA…..


The flowering one appears something similar to Plumbago rosea (!)


Plumbago rosea = Plumbago indica


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Plumbaginaceae and Primulaceae (incl. Myrsinaceae) Fortnight: Plumbaginaceae-Plumbago indica from Western Ghats-PKA1 : 6 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (3).
This plant is commonly known as Lal Chitrak.
Bot. name: Plumbago indica
Family: Plumbaginaceae


Thanks, …, for the wonderful posts.


Seen this somewhere but haven’t photographed.


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Cochin-Pls validate-Plumbago indica?021214RT.Dec-2 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)

Apologies for the bad pics.
Medicinal herb.
Place-Cochin.
Height-1.5feet.


Yes, it is Plumbago indica.


Red plumbago

flowers seem a little bigger (compared to leaves) than what I have seen, but that’s no matter being in a pot may have a super abundance of n and p  in the soils …


Thanks…; for confirming ‘Lal Chitrak’


 
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