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Maple tree with flowers??

This is a discussion on Maple tree with flowers?? within the Eye Candy forums, part of the Land Plants category; As others have noted ... it's a hibiscus. Btw, true maples also get flowers, but ...

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    As others have noted ... it's a hibiscus.

    Btw, true maples also get flowers, but the flowers are very small and insignificant

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    I think it is Nalba Malva pussila Sm. from Familia Malvaceae variety of Hibiscus
    Here in my country , is a common plant that grows in gardens or roadside usual.
    It is an annual plant .
    She has various colors like white, red, yellow, pink .
    Is simply multiplying by seedlings and simply growing .
    It is also a plant used in medicine.(tee,etc)
    Next year I make photos with shes .
    On another note this is why I love this forum: what same flowers are common in other parts of the earth they are special, rare,
    And of couse the exchange of ideas and information, photos etc. is extraordinary for me .
    I love this forum ,and all my friends .Thanks for all !
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    Whatever it is Connie, WOW! ps thanks for the info, Ruxandra!

    Tami

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tmai View Post
    Whatever it is Connie, WOW! ps thanks for the info, Ruxandra!

    Tami
    I agree....thanks Ruxandra! Great info.

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    lovely flower, I would think about hybiscus kind, too. Ruxandra sems to be right in all her comments.

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