Strobilanthes hamiltoniana (Steud.) Bosser & Heine, Bull. Mus. Natl. Hist. Nat., B, Adansonia 10: 148 1988. (Syn: Diflugossa colorata (Nees) Bremek.; Diflugossa crinita (Nees) Bremek.; Goldfussia colorata Nees; Goldfussia crinita Nees; Goldfussia tengyuehensis C. Y. Wu; Ruellia colorata Wall. (ambiguous synonym); Ruellia hamiltoniana Steud.; Strobilanthes colorata (Wall. ex Nees) T. Anders.; Strobilanthes colorata var. crinita (Nees) C. B. Clarke; Strobilanthes crinitus (Nees) T. Anders.; Strobilanthes laevigatus C. B. Cl. (ambiguous synonym));
China (Yunnan), Myanmar [Burma] (Kachin, Sagaing), Bhutan, India (Darjeeling, E-Himalaya, NE-India), Nepal, Java (I), Sri Lanka (I), Lesser Antilles (I) (Martinique (I), Barbados (I)), New Caledonia (I), Mauritius (I), La Runion (I) as per Catalogue of Life;
Chinese Rain Bell, Assam Indigo;
Strobilanthes sp. from Bangalore: I would like to know which species of Strobilanthes this is. Unfortunately I only have a picture of the flowers. It was taken last month on the outskirts of Bangalore, in a landscaped area. Is it Strobilanthes hamiltoniana?
Yes you are right. Me too Strobilanthes hamiltoniana (Steud.) Bosser & Heine
Syn: Ruellia hamiltoniana Steud.
Strobilanthes hamiltoniana (Steud.) Bosser & Heine SN Aug 59 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3).
Strobilanthes hamiltoniana (Steud.) Bosser & Heine, erect herb from garden in Bangalore.
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Kumily (900m), Kerala. January 2019.
It seems to be S.hamiltoniana. Can you confirm ?
Was it cultivated or wild ?
To me also appears close to images at Strobilanthes hamiltoniana, but I am not sure.
This is Strobilanthes hamiltoniana without doubt.
I think this is Strobilanthes hamiltoniana BUT it is cultivated or, at least naturalized from a cultivated plant.
i don’t know if it’s cultivated. I think rather than it’s escaped from a nearby garden…
Next to there is a botanical garden (spices graden).
105 ID wild plant.: 18 images.
Strobilanthes hamiltoniana (Steud.) Bosser & H.Heine !
Yes, it is. Thank you very much for ID my plant. It is here only at this house, 6 plants. “Easy propagation through stem-cuts”, they said. Wikipedia says another name (find screen shot).
That seems to be wrong ! That is Dicliptera group.
Thank you very much for sharing information,
Yes, appears close to the images at Strobilanthes hamiltoniana