Eriolarynx australis (Griseb.) J. M. H. Shaw, Plantsman 17: 125 (2018). (Syn: Acnistus australis (Griseb.) Griseb.Acnistus australis var. grandiflorus Griseb.Dierbachia australis (Griseb.) KuntzeDunalia australis (Griseb.) SleumerIochroma australe Griseb.);

Argentina (Catamarca, Jujuy, Salta, Tucuman), Bolivia (Chuquisaca, Cochabamba, Potos, Tarija) as per Catalogue of Life;

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Iochroma australe Griseb. from California-GSOCT01 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).
Iochroma australe Griseb. (syn: Acnistus australis (Griseb.) Griseb.)
Mini Angel’s trumpet
A scandent shrub often arching in fences and walls; leaves elliptic oblong; flowers usually light lviolet to blue, rarely white drooping in clusters of 6-12; calyx campanulate 4-6 mm long, with small rounded lobes; corolla tubular 5-8 cm long, with, somewhat funnel-shaped towards top with 20-30 mm wide limb; stamens and style slightly exserted.
I clicked this shrub for the first time in Sunnyvale Californiaand on searching found we have another species of this in our database, I. cyaneum uploaded by …from Ooty, easily differentiated from my plant in numerous flowers in the cluster and not completely drooping.


lovely pics of a very pretty flower.
DId you get to see any fruits?


Here is one …, though very young. Attachments (1).


Eriolarynx australis (Griseb.) J. M. H. Shaw according to both POWO and Catalogue of Life
Iochroma australe Griseb. (syn: Acnistus australis (Griseb.) Griseb.)
Mini Angel’s trumpet
A scandent shrub often arching in fences and walls; leaves elliptic oblong; flowers usually light lviolet to blue, rarely white drooping in clusters of 6-12; calyx campanulate 4-6 mm long, with small rounded lobes; corolla tubular 5-8 cm long, with, somewhat funnel-shaped towards top with 20-30 mm wide limb; stamens and style slightly exserted.
I clicked this shrub for the first time in Sunnyvale California, and on searching found we have another species of this in our database, I. cyaneum uploaded by … from Ooty, easily differentiated from my plant in numerous flowers in the cluster and not completely drooping.


Thanks for showing a new plant to me, nice imges …


My plant from San Francisco botanical garden seems to be the same. Will recheck.


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Are these Brugmansia?? Not sure
From Botanical park San Francisco.


iochroma again i think

may be … can tell


Iochroma species so far in efi 


Could be Acnistus australis. Pl check this link : http://www.brugmansia.cz/?p=2134


Could be Acnistus australis. its a synonym of Iochroma australis… lets hear from … he may have seen and photographed and studied it in San Francisco.


White cultivar of Correctly named as Eriolarynx australis (Griseb.) J. M. H. Shaw


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