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- Agavoideae is a subfamily of monocot flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, order Asparagales. It has previously been treated as a separate family...
- Cryptosteph****, Cyrtanthus, Haemanthus, Rauhia, Scadoxus, Stenomesson Asparagaceae Agavoideae: Agave, Beschorneria, Dracaena, Furcraea, Hesperaloe, Hesperoyucca, Manfreda...
- correspond to the originally separate families. These are: subfamily Agavoideae = family Agavaceae and family Hesperocallidaceae (the agaves, yuccas,...
- before they detach from the parent. Plants such as some Iridaceae and Agavoideae grow cormlets in the axils of their inflorescences. These fall and in...
- stalks. In the APG III system, the genus Agave is placed in the subfamily Agavoideae of the broadly cir****scribed family Asparagaceae. Some authors prefer...
- tuberose, is a perennial plant in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Agavoideae, extracts of which are used as a note in perfumery. Now widely grown as...
- The genus is currently placed in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Agavoideae, and is native to northeast Asia (China, ****an, Korea, and the Russian...
- subfamily Agavoideae, are well known to produce bulbils that do not actually meet the botanical criterion to be considered a bulb. Within Agavoideae, bulbils...
- genus of perennial shrubs and trees in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Agavoideae. Its 40–50 species are notable for their rosettes of evergreen, tough...
- (summer hyacinth). Some are used as cut flowers. The agave subfamily, Agavoideae, of the Asparagaceae sensu lato is treated in some systems as a separate...
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