Gardenia jasminoides J.Ellis
  • Philos. Trans.


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1. Gardenia jasminoides J. Ellis, Phil. Trans. 51: 935 (1761). Lectotipo (designado por Smith, (1974):África: Rumphius, G., Herb. Amboin. 7: 26, t.14, f. 2, “Catsjopiri” (1755). Ilustr.: Steward,Man.Vasc. Pl. lower Yangtze Valley China t.347 (1958).

Por D.H. Lorence.

Gardeniaaugusta Merr., G.florida L., Varneria augusta L.

Arbustos hasta 2(-8) m; ramitas escabriúsculo-pubérulas.Hojas (2-)5-11 × (1-)2-5.5 cm,anchamente elípticas u obovado-elípticas, cartáceas a subcoriáceas al secarse,glabras en ambas superficies o pubérulas en la vena media, la base aguda yfrecuentemente decurrente, el ápice cortamente acuminado con el acumen hasta 10mm, los márgenes ligeramente revolutos; nervaduras secundarias 6-10 pares,broquidódromas a eucamptódromas, las axilas frecuentemente barbadas; pecíolos2-4 mm, pubérulos, alados; estípulas 6-12 mm, unidas alrededor del tallo,abriéndose por un lado formando una estructura espatácea, glabras. Floressolitarias, terminales; pedicelos 15-20 mm, pubérulos; hipanto 6-15 mm,obcónico, glabro, longitudinalmente 5-7-acostillado a 5-7-alado, las costillasextendiéndose a formar la vena media de los lobos calicinos; limbo calicinohírtulo en el exterior, el tubo 4-5 mm, los lobos 5-7, 15-30 mm, oblanceolados,induplicados, agudos; corola esparcidamente pubérula en el exterior, el tubo20-50 mm, infundibuliforme, los lobos en las formas cultivadas arreglados en2-10 ciclos de 6, 15-35 mm, obovado-oblongos, obtusos a redondeados; anteras12-18 mm o frecuentemente malformadas o ausentes en las formas cultivadas; estigmas 8-10 mm, 4-lobados. Frutos noproducidos en las formas cultivadas. Cultivada. Ch (Matuda 17874, F); G (Standley90925, F); H (Molina R. etal. 33510, MO); N (Sandino 4544, MO); CR (Mora 34, F). 10-2000 m. (Nativa del sur de China,ampliamente cultivada en las zonas tropicales y subtropicales y eninvernaderos.)

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    Shrubs, 0.3-3 m tall; branches terete to flattened, with internodes developed to shortened, glabrescent or usually densely puberulent to pilosulous, becoming gray to grayish white, with buds resinous and distalmost internodes often covered with resin. Leaves opposite or rarely ternate, subsessile to petiolate; petiole to 0.5(-1) cm, densely puberulent or shortly pilosulous to glabrous; blade drying thinly leathery to stiffly papery, oblong-lanceolate, obovate-oblong, obovate, oblanceolate, or elliptic, 3-25 × 1.5-8 cm, adaxially shiny and glabrous or sometimes puberulent on principal veins, abaxially puberulent or pilosulous to glabrous, base cuneate to acute, apex acute to acuminate or obtuse then abruptly long acuminate; secondary veins 8-15 pairs, in abaxial axils often with pilosulous domatia; stipules calyptrate, cylindrical, 4-13 mm, splitting for ca. 3/4 their length, densely puberulent to glabrous. Flower solitary, terminal; peduncle 1-10 mm, puberulent or pilosulous to glabrous. Calyx puberulent or pilosulous to glabrous; ovary portion obconic or obovoid, 5-8 mm, with (5 or)6(-8) weak to developed longitudinal ridges; limb with basal tubular portion 3-5 mm; lobes (5 or)6(-8), lanceolate or linear-lanceolate to spatulate, 10-30 × 1-4 mm, often strongly keeled, acute. Corolla white to pale yellow, simple or in cultivation sometimes doubled, outside glabrous; tube 30-50 × 4-6 mm, cylindrical, in throat pilose; lobes (5 or)6(-8) or numerous when doubled, obovate or obovate-oblong, 15-40 × 6-28 mm, obtuse to rounded. Fruiting peduncles apparently not much elongating. Berry yellow or orange-yellow, ovoid, subglobose, or ellipsoid, 1.5-7 × 1.2-2 cm, with 5-9 longitudinal ridges, with persistent calyx lobes to 40 × 6 mm; seeds suborbicular, weakly angled, ca. 3.5 × 3 mm. Fl. Mar-Jul, fr. May-Feb.

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    • A Missouri Botanical Garden
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    • B Missouri Botanical Garden
    Flora Mesoamericana
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    Gerrit Davidse, Mario Sousa Sánchez, A. O. Chater, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Instituto de Biología, Missouri Botanical Garden, Natural History Museum (London, England) UNAM, 1994
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    BGCI. 2018. GlobalTreeSearch online database. Botanic Gardens Conservation International. Richmond, U.K. Available at www.bgci.org. Accessed on 30/11/2018.
    • D Botanic Gardens Conservation International
    Rubiaceae
    • E CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0).
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    • F CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0).