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Note on collections of two little known wild ornamental plants from Western Ghats



Note on collections of two little known wild ornamental plants from Western Ghats



Indian Journal of Forestry 19(1): 98-99



Brief descriptions are given of 2 species found in the Western Ghats of Kerala: Anisochilus argenteus, a perennial undershrub found near wet crevices along grasslands, which is becoming rare; and Orthosiphon comosus, an aromatic shrub growing especially on rocks.

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