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Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

Rivina aurantiaca

Rivina portula

Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

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humilisB‰p–¼‚Í Bloodberry, Rouge plantB
Bloodberry belongs to Phytolaccaceae (the Pokeweed family). It is an
evergreen perennial herb that is distributed from southern USA to tropical
America. This herb can reach about 1.2 m in height, and the base of stems
lignify. Leaves are thin, grossy, ovate to oblong and alternate. White to pale
ponceau flowers come in racemes and fruits are ripen bright red.
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(photo by Jouette Suehiro)

Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp