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Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

Solandra maxima

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Chalice vine (Solandra maxima) belongs to the Solanaceae (the Nightshade family). It is an evergreen woody vine that is distributed from Mexico south to Central America and northern South America. The leaves are elliptic with sharp tips. The large yellow, about 20 cm across, bloom early spring to summer. The flower resembles to chalice, and the corolla has five purple stripes.
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Shu Suehiro
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