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Crossosomatales

The Crossosomatales are an order of flowering plants composed of eight families, primarily woody shrubs and trees, distributed in northern temperate regions. Crossosomataceae, or the rockflower family includes many shrub species suited for arid conditions, high temperatures and poor soils. The members of the Stachyuraceae family are evergreen or deciduous trees, which resemble the poplars in appearance and are cultivated as ornamentals.

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Turpinia occidentalis – Muttonwood
A shrub or tree to 25 m tall, widely distributed from southern Mexico to Central and South America, at elevations between sea level and 1800 m. Turpinia occidentalis grows a slender trunk, covered by fissured, coffee-colored bark and it has pinnate leaves and beautiful fragrant cream-white flowers f..
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Turpinia occidentalis – Muttonwood
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A shrub or tree to 25 m tall, widely distributed from southern Mexico to Central and South America, at elevations between sea level and 1800 m. Turpinia occidentalis grows a slender trunk, covered by ...

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