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Pachystachys coccinea

Pachystachys coccinea

Pachystachys coccinea

Pachystachys coccinea

Pachystachys coccinea

Pachystachys coccinea

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Cardinal's guard (Pachystachys coccinea) belongs to the Acanthaceae (the Acanthus family). It is a small evergreen herb that is distributed to northern South America and the West Indies. This tree grows up to a height of 1.5-2 m. The leaves are large and dark green. The flower stalks are stretched and the bright red flowers bloom between the bracts. In Japanese name it is called "Beni-sangobana (red coral flower)". 
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Shu Suehiro
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