Mussaenda marmelada from Arya PG College Panipat
this garden shrub was purchased from a Nursery in Karnal. differ in flower colo and modified leaves color as compared to M phillipica
There is no species name Mussaenda marmelada
It should be cultivar Mussaenda ‘Marmalade’
It can alternately be written as Mussaenda cv. Marmalade
Sir Thanks for correction again I got the name from this site
Rubiaceae :: Mussaenda marmelada – Orange Mussaenda – Bangalore – RA:
It may be a rather small shrub, or large to 30 feet, like a small tree.
Commercial nurseries often train mussaenda to be tree-like in form for landscape use. Their natural habit is to produce many stems and it is quite a rambler.
It has silky, hairy, soft medium-green leaves. The plant’s color comes from bracts and not the small, often yellow, white or orange, flowers at the center of each bract. This is the same color-producing system used by tropicals such heliconia and bougainvillea. Bracts may be seen in several colors including rose, white, red, pale pink and some mixtures.
Good set of pictures.
Beautiful Shots … I tried to grow this plant in my college thrice but not flourished well. Very attractive colors!!!
As indicated earlier in … mail it should be Mussaenda cv. Marmelade as there is no species by the name of M. marmelada
Rubiaceae Week :: Mussaenda marmelada at Mumbai:
Photographed this one in a Garden at Mumbai.
Bot. name: Mussaenda marmelada (ID Ref: toptropical.com)
Nice Shots … I have never seen this plant in a good health conditions as many other Mussaedas are looking
As pointed out earlier it should be Mussaenda cv. Marmelade
Request Shrub ID 64 – Bangalore – RA: (6 images) Is it some kind of mussaenda?
Yes Mussaenda marmelada
There is no plant by the name of Mussaenda marmelada
Mussaenda ‘Marmalade’ Cultivar ?? : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)
Location: Kolkata, India
Date: 8 September 2017
Elevation : 25 ft.
Appears so as per http://stokestropicals.plants.com/Mussaenda-Marmalade-P580.aspx
amit ornamental uid 2 2852011:
This is Rubiaceae, Musssaenda!! erythrophylla may be.
Or perhaps Mussaenda philippica ‘Queen Sirikit’ I had uploaded from Delhi.
Seems not to be begonia…that’s for sure….. we see these in Calcutta lot… giving color to gardens when there is none… may be mussandra… not sure of the botnaical binomial name though…
I think species of Mussaenda have large showy petaloid sepals but in my plant the sepals are greenish and there are pink coloured petals
Mussaenda allright. There are so many kinds.
It is 100% Mussaenda species. This variety is common in Mysore too. This could be Musssaenda!! erythrophylla as suggested by .. or Mussaenda philippica ‘Queen Sirikit’ as suggested by … Please check the details for further confirmation.
This appears close to images of Mussaenda cv. Marmelade