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Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus

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var. mexicanusB‰p–¼‚Í Mexican Turk's capB
Mexican Turk's cap belongs to the Malvaceae (the Mallow family). It is a
small evergreen tree that is distributed from Mexico south to Peru. Flowers
are drooping down and look like unblown. This is also known as "Cigarette
hibiscus" because of its appearance. Flowers are generally vermilion-red
but they also come in white and pale pink.
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(photo by Jon Suehiro)
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(photo by Jon Suehiro)
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp