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Pandanaceae Screw-Pine family

Author: R.Br.
Description: Angiosperm, Monocot
The leaves are very long and narrow, sheathing, simple, undivided, with parallel veins; the leaf margins and adaxial midribs are typically very prickly. The plants are dioecious. The flowers are minute, and are arranged in a racemose spadix with a subtended spathe or bracts which may be brightly colored.[1]

[1]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pandanaceae

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Freycinetia multiflora


Freycinetia multifloraAccession Number: FREY-010-12-23-001
Author: Merr.
Habit: Climbing or Scrambling Shrub
Origin: Southeast Asia And The Pacific
Garden Location: Access Trail


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Pandanus (sp)


Pandanus (sp)Accession Number: PAN-010-12-23-008
Origin: Marshall Islands
Uses: Fruit is eaten
Garden Location: Boardwalk Between Third And Fourth Bench, North Side


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Pandanus (sp)


Pandanus (sp)Accession Number: PAN-010-12-23-006
Garden Location: Ocean Trail
Comments: Plant Deceased 2013


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Pandanus (sp)


Pandanus (sp)Accession Number: PAN-010-12-21-004
Garden Location: Alakahi Stream Trail


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Pandanus amaryllifolius


Pandanus amaryllifoliusAccession Number: PAN-010-12-28-008
Author: Roxb.
Common Name: Pandan
Habit: Shrub with a Rapid Suckering Growth Habit with narrow, bladelike leaves and woody aerial roots
Origin: Thailand
Ecology: rare in the wild but is widely cultivated
Uses: Used widely in Southeast Asian cooking as a flavoring
Garden Location: Tree Nursery


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Pandanus dubius


Pandanus dubiusAccession Number: PAN-010-12-23-007
Author: Spreng.
Synonym: Pandanus pacificus
Habit: Tall Straight-trunked Tree with Woody Aerial Roots
Uses: Root fibers used for cordage
Garden Location: Ocean Trail, Access Trail


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Pandanus polycephalus


Pandanus polycephalusAccession Number: PAN-010-12-21-001
Author: Lam.
Habit: Short, Clump-forming, Branched Shrub
Origin: New Guinea
Garden Location: Ocean Trail At Turtle Point


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Pandanus tectorius


Pandanus tectoriusAccession Number: PAN-010-12-21-005
Author: Parkinson ex Du Roi
Synonym: Pandanus odoratissimus
Habit: Branched, Multi-stemmed, Large Shrub or Small Tree with Aeriel Roots
Origin: Throughout The Pacific Islands, Hawaii, Southeast Asia, And Northern Australia
Uses: Fruit is eaten, leaves for thatch
Garden Location: Ocean Trail At Turtle Point


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Pandanus tectorius 'Variegata'


Pandanus tectoriusAccession Number: PAN-010-12-21-002
Author: Parkinson ex Du Roi
Synonym: Pandanus sanderi
Habit: Branched, Multi-stemmed, Large Shrub or Small Tree with Aeriel Roots
Origin: Throughout The Pacific Islands, Hawaii, Southeast Asia, And Northern Australia
Uses: Fruit is eaten, leaves for thatch
Garden Location: Formerly At Ocean Trail At Turtle Point. Plant Destroyed By Windstorm 2012. To Be Replanted.


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Pandanus utilis


Pandanus utilisAccession Number: PAN-010-12-21-003
Common Name: Madagascar Screwpine
Habit: Branched, Multi-stemmed, Large Tree with Aeriel Roots
Origin: Madagascar
Garden Location: Ocean Trail At Turtle Point