Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Rogiera gratissima (syn. Rondeletia gratissima William Botting Hemsley|Hemsl.) is an ornamental plant in Rubiaceae family. Rubiaceae is a family of flowering plants, variously called the madder family, bedstraw family or coffee family. Other common plants included are gardenia, cinchona (whose bark contains quinine), sweet woodruff, partridgeberry, gambier, ixora, and noni. A number of traditionally accepted families (Dialypetalanthaceae, Henriqueziaceae, Naucleaceae, and Theligonaceae) are now incorporated within the Rubiaceae following molecular phylogenetic research by the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group. Currently, there are about 611 genera and more than 13,000 species in Rubiaceae. It is the fifth largest family of flowering plants by number of genera, and the fourth or fifth largest by number of species. Species are concentrated in warmer and tropical climates around the world.
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