What is another word for Genus Ardisia?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs ɑːdˈɪzi͡ə] (IPA)

Genus Ardisia is a group of flowering evergreen plants that is native to Asia, America and Africa. The plants in this genus are commonly known by various names such as Red Cardinal, Coralberry, Christmas berry, Marlberry, Spiceberry, and Waxberry. The different types of Ardisia are similar in terms of their physical features, such as their glossy green leaves, red or black berries, and tubular flowers. However, some species may differ in terms of their growth habits, environmental conditions, and their overall aesthetic appeal. Ardisia is often used in landscaping and gardening as a decorative plant or as an ornamental crop due to its striking attributes.

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