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"Ochroma" from B & T World Seeds current Botanical name price lists

Hulsea heterochroma
Iochroma australe
Ochroma pyramidale

Botanical Synonym results for "Ochroma":

"Iochroma warscewiczii" - Iochroma grandiflorum
"Ochroma bicolor" - Ochroma pyramidale
"Ochroma concolor" - Ochroma pyramidale
"Ochroma grandiflora" - Ochroma pyramidale
"Ochroma lagopus" - Ochroma pyramidale
"Ochroma limonensis" - Ochroma pyramidale
"Ochroma peruviana" - Ochroma pyramidale
"Ochroma tomentosa" - Ochroma pyramidale
"Ochroma velutina" - Ochroma pyramidale
All the "Ochroma" from our database

including currently available Ochroma, and Ochroma for which we do not have a current source.

Begonia heterochroma
Euphorbia heterochroma
Hulsea heterochroma
Iochroma australe
Iochroma australe blue + white mix
Iochroma australe white form
Iochroma coccinea
Iochroma coccineum
Iochroma cyanea
Iochroma cyanea purple-pink
Iochroma cyaneum
Iochroma grandiflorum
Iochroma sp a
Iochroma sp b
Iochroma tubulosum
Ochroma bicolor
Ochroma concolor
Ochroma obtusum
Ochroma pyramidale
Pappochroma bellidioides
Salix monochroma
If you did not find the "Ochroma" you are looking for, here are some ideas:

Perhaps you found "Ochroma" in a book, another catalogue or among personal communications
B and T World Seeds may be using a different spelling ( there are typos in our database - please tell Matthew if you find any ).

Try a more simple search. If you are looking for Capsicum frutescens Polo Pipiki try just Capsicum, for a broad search, or Pipiki for a narrow search.
Search and Shop also allows for searches with just bits of the name: cap iki Useful if you only have part of the name. Spaces are used as wildcards: Ochroma.

Horticultural names and Herbal Medicinal names are often different to Botanical names, we try to include Horticultural names as synonyms (as well as recognised Botanical synonyms).
Herbal Medicinal names frequently refer to the part of the plant used and a version of the Latin name, for example "Belladonnae Radix", are the roots of Atropa belladonna ( the botanical name is sometimes written Atropa bella-donna )

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