Scientific Name - Pavone multiflora
Synonyms - Triplochlamys multiflora
Popular names - Brazilian Candles
Distribution and Habitat - originally from Brazil.
Description - shrub, 180-200 cm height. Leaves elliptic, petiolate, stipelate, 12-20 cm long. Flowers axillary in panicule; external bracts bright red and surrounded by red-purple petals, stamina column with many filaments, carpels 5, 10 style. Schizocarp fruit. Indehiscent.
Requirements - prefers morning sun and afternoon shade.
Curiosity - Genus belonging Malvavisceae tribe, which is characterized by a number of corporate sites is double that of carpelelor.
Trees and shrubs
Shrub 4 m high, dense crown. Bark brown, rough. Leaves persistent, coriacee, simple, language spatulate, entire edge, top round, the obovata, central rib obvious, and glossy dark green upper side, more open bottom, glabra, arranged in vertical false. Blossom umbela
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Asclepias fruticosa - shrub native from South Africa, introduced in the Mediterranean for textiles.
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Annona muricata is ornamental species. Fructul is edible as it is consumed fresh, as dessert, or mixed with ice cream or milk. Fruits containing vitamin B (0.07 mg/100g) and C (20 mg/100g), calcium and phosphorus.
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Anemone hupehensis var. japonica
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