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Thursday 20 June 2024


Luculia gratissima is a species of flowering plant in the family Rubiaceae. It is an ornamental plant that is found from the central Himalayas to northern Indo-China. The Latin specific epithet gratissima means "most pleasing" or "most agreeable".

It is a large shrub or even a small tree growing to 4 m tall by 1.5 m broad, with pointed ribbed leaves, and clustered fragrant pale pink flowers in autumn and winter. As it does not tolerate temperatures below 5 °C, it requires cultivation under glass in temperate zones. However, it may be placed outside in a sheltered, sunny spot during the summer months. It is a recipient of the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.

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  1. Luculia gratissima is very beautiful!!
    Thanks for the prompt!!

  2. This blooms are in the family of Coffee plants... I read about. And it looks lovely. Thank you for sharing and for hosting.

    Have a wonderful week.
    Greetings by Heidrun

  3. I don’t recall seeing Luculia before. It’s pretty