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Aiton, W. (1789), Hortus Kewensis 1 (Section) Aiton, W. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Allium gracile Aiton
  2. Allium inodorum Aiton
  3. Aloe brevifolia Aiton
  4. Aloe perfoliata var. saponaria Aiton
  5. Anthericum floribundum Aiton
  6. Aristea Aiton
  7. Asclepias gigantea L.
  8. Asclepias procera Aiton
  9. Crypsis Aiton
  10. Cynoglossum pictum Aiton
  11. Gladiolus blandus Aiton
  12. Gladiolus strictus Aiton
  13. Ixia squalida Aiton
  14. Ixia squalida var. patula Aiton
  15. Jasminum sambac (L.) Aiton
  16. Lachenalia pendula Aiton
  17. Medeola L.
  18. Medeola angustifolia Aiton
  19. Nerium odorum Aiton
  20. Nyctanthes sambac L.
  21. Ornithogalum caudatum Aiton
  22. Perotis Aiton
  23. Perotis latifolia Aiton
  24. Saccharum spicatum L.
  25. Sideroxylon L.
  26. Sideroxylon sericeum Aiton
  27. Solanum auriculatum Aiton
  28. Solanum laciniatum Aiton
  29. Solanum muricatum Aiton
  30. Strelitzia Banks

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