March 15, 2015: From the editor(Ernesto Adorio): We are changing the links to the representative images in this page. Stay tuned.
Corrected name April, 14, 2014. Thanks to EBJ.
Gardenia tubifera Kula
Ella: I found them growing among the decaying leaves and vegetables in my composting tank. They look interesting, started growing like small spiny brown balls then after a few days, puffed out and opened their 8 petals forming like flowers.
Ella: A true conifer, one of the last survivor of group of plants thought to be living in the permian age 250 million of years ago.
Wiki: Ginkgo trees can grow large, and can reach heights of 20-35, even up to 50 meters. It is also used for food.
Gliricidia sepium photo was a case of misidentification. That was a photo of an adelfa and we will be removing the following entry after we finish fixing the image urls.
Glochidion rubrum Blume
Glycosmis pentaphylla (Retz.) Correa, Glycosmis citrifolia Lindl.
Gmelina elliptica, gmelina asiatica?
Note: The scientific name G. Philippinensis, was the then current best guess, and has been changed to G. elliptica (July 17, 2014). Current knowledge indicate that G. elliptica may be the same species as G. Asiatica.
Goethea Strictiflora, Goethea cauliflora
the species goniothalamus amuyon is not listed in the wikipedia article.
Grangea maderaspatana (Linn.) Poir.
This plant is native to India.
Graptophyllum pictum 'Tricolor'
Gynura divaricata (Linn.) DC.
Notes: September 2.2015 Guettara speciosa has been deleted. the photo was of a previous entry artocarpus salicifolius.