Rhinacanthus nasutus L Kurz

[From Greek, akantha = thorn and rhinos = nose and from Latin, nasutus = large-nosed]

Physical description: It is a shrub which grows to a height of 1 m. It is grown as an ornamental plant throughout Asia-pacific. The stems are smooth, articulate and glabrous. Leaves: simple, opposite and without stipules. The petiole is 5 mm-1 cm long. The blade is oblong-lanceolate and 3 cm-12 cm x 1 cm-5 cm. The corolla tube is white and tubular. The lower lip is showily 3-lobed. The upper one is very much smaller. The fruits are capsular.

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