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Justicia

and Pachystachys

Family: Acanthaceae



The genus Justicia contains members previously classified under the genus names Beloperone and Jacobinia. The Shrimp Plant is one member of this group which will be familiar to many readers.

Pachystachys belongs to the same family and is generally quite similar.

More information coming to this page in the future. Meanwhile, check out the links below.

More Online Information


Brazilian Plume Flower Thrives In Tropical Shade Justicia carnea (Jacobinia magnifica). Mississippi Southern Gardening
Justicia carnea Univ Florida (PDF)
Justicia carnea The Florez Nursery blog, NSW
Five Fascinating Flowers Blooming in the Costa Rica Exhibit See notes on Brazilian Plume Flower (Justicia carnea) Cleveland Botanical Garden, Ohio

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Justicia carnea

Justicia brandegeeana (1) and Justicia brandegeeana (2) National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens, U.K.
Vegetarian shrimps, anyone? Justicia brandegeana. Gardening with Wilson, Singapore
Justicia aurea Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, Florida
Justicia aurea The Florez Nursery blog, NSW
Justicia caudata A.Gray New South Wales Flora Online
Justicia betonica L. New South Wales Flora Online
Pretty In Pink (Dianthera nodosa 'Pretty in Pink'). At "Grow Me Instead", Australia
Dianthera nodosa, syn Justicia nodosa The Florez Nursery blog, NSW

Pachystachys lutea Missouri Botanical Garden
Pachystachys lutea Golden Shrimp Plant. University of Florida (PDF)
Tropical Plant Given Mississippi Medallion Pachystachys lutea Mississippi State University
Pachystachys lutea 'Golden Candles' The Florez Nursery blog, NSW
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