The second day of class the ethnobotany course tended to one of the plant collections scattered around the campus. Some of the plants in the area the class worked include Senna alata, a variety of Ixora casei, Jasminum sambac, Macaranga carolinensis, Gardenia jasminoides, Cymbopogon citratus, and Myristica fragrans.
On the left, Saccharum spontaneum, in the background Macaranga carolinensis, on the right Senna alata.
In the center background is Gardenia jaminoides
On the left is a young Myristica fragrans
Hand cleaning around the Jasminum sambac
Merremia peltata is the vine, the grass is Ischaemum polystachyum
The orange blossoms are a variety of Ixora casei