Strelitziaceae A small family of large herbs or plants that often have a woody trunk and banana-like, petiolate leaves. The flowers are bisexual and trimerous, with an inferior ovary. The fruit is a capsule, the seeds sometimes arillate. There are 3 genera, with 7 species, occurring in Africa and America.
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