Common names of plants from B & T World Seeds' price-lists

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"Bloodwood" currently available from B & T World Seeds

"Bloodwood"Pterocarpus indicus
"Brown Bloodwood"Corymbia trachyphloia
"Clarkson's Bloodwood"Corymbia clarksoniana
"Desert Bloodwood"Corymbia terminalis
"Desert Bloodwood"Corymbia setosa
"Dwarf Yellow Bloodwood"Corymbia eximia Nana
"Frosted Bloodwood"Corymbia collina
"Gum-topped Bloodwood"Corymbia dichromophloia c.s.
"Inland Bloodwood"Corymbia terminalis
"Long Fruited Bloodwood"Corymbia polycarpa
"Pink Bloodwood"Corymbia intermedia
"Red Bloodwood"Corymbia polycarpa
"Red Bloodwood"Corymbia gummifera b.s.
"Rough-Leaved Bloodwood"Corymbia setosa
"Rough-leaved Bloodwood"Corymbia setosa
"Sandhill Bloodwood"Corymbia opaca
"Silver Leaved Bloodwood"Corymbia collina
"Silver-leaved Bloodwood"Corymbia collina
"Smooth Stem Bloodwood"Corymbia bleeseri
"Smooth Stemmed Bloodwood"Corymbia bleeseri
"Spring Bloodwood"Corymbia ptychocarpa
"Swamp Bloodwood"Corymbia ptychocarpa
"Variable Barked Bloodwood"Corymbia dichromophloia c.s.
"Variable-barked Bloodwood"Corymbia dichromophloia c.s.
"Yellow Bloodwood"Corymbia eximia

All the "Bloodwood" from our database
including currently available Bloodwood, and Bloodwood for which we do not have a current source.

"Bloodwood"Haematoxylum campechianum
"Bloodwood"Pterocarpus indicus
"Bloodwood"Pterocarpus angolensis prov. Igando Tanzania
"Bloodwood Tree"Haematoxylum campechianum
"Bloodwood Tree"Pterocarpus angolensis prov. Igando Tanzania
"Broome Bloodwood"Corymbia zygophylla
"Brown Bloodwood"Corymbia trachyphloia
"Clarkson's Bloodwood"Corymbia clarksoniana
"Desert Bloodwood"Corymbia terminalis
"Desert Bloodwood"Corymbia setosa
"Dwarf Yellow Bloodwood"Corymbia eximia Nana
"Frosted Bloodwood"Corymbia collina
"Grey Bloodwood"Corymbia porrecta
"Gum-topped Bloodwood"Corymbia dichromophloia c.s.
"Inland Bloodwood"Corymbia terminalis
"Katherine Gorge Bloodwood"Corymbia arnhemensis
"Long Fruited Bloodwood"Corymbia polycarpa
"Melville Island Bloodwood"Corymbia nesophila
"Pilbara Bloodwood"Corymbia hamersleyana
"Pilbara Bloodwood"Corymbia hamersleyana c.s.
"Pink Bloodwood"Corymbia intermedia
"Red Bloodwood"Corymbia gummifera c.s.
"Red Bloodwood"Corymbia gummifera b.s.
"Red Bloodwood"Corymbia polycarpa
"Rough Leaved Bloodwood, red fl"Corymbia setosa red fld. form
"Rough-Leaved Bloodwood"Corymbia setosa
"Rough-leaved Bloodwood"Corymbia setosa
"Rough-leaved Bloodwood, red fl"Corymbia setosa red fld. form
"Rusty Bloodwood"Eucalyptus ferruginea
"Sand Dune Bloodwood"Corymbia chippendalei
"Sand-dune Bloodwood"Corymbia chippendalei
"Sandhill Bloodwood"Corymbia opaca
"Silver Leaved Bloodwood"Corymbia collina
"Silver-leaved Bloodwood"Corymbia collina
"Smooth Stem Bloodwood"Corymbia bleeseri
"Smooth Stemmed Bloodwood"Corymbia bleeseri
"Spring Bloodwood"Corymbia ptychocarpa c.s.
"Spring Bloodwood"Corymbia ptychocarpa
"Swamp Bloodwood"Corymbia ptychocarpa c.s.
"Swamp Bloodwood"Corymbia ptychocarpa
"Twin Leaved Bloodwood"Eucalyptus perfoliata
"Twin-leaved Bloodwood"Eucalyptus perfoliata
"Twin-leaved Bloodwood"Corymbia cadophora
"Variable Barked Bloodwood"Corymbia dichromophloia c.s.
"Variable-barked Bloodwood"Corymbia dichromophloia c.s.
"Yellow Bloodwood"Corymbia eximia
"Yellow Bloodwood"Eucalyptus eximia coated seed

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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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