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Product images of 388. Various species of Hibiscus, with Tecoma and Barleria, Natal.
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388. Various species of Hibiscus, with Tecoma and Barleria, Natal.
The central plant with yellowish white flowers is Hibiscus cannabinus, Linn., with H. surattensis, Linn., above on the left, and H. calycinus, Willd. below it, and one small pale yellow flower of H. Trionum, Linn., amid the blue Barleria on the left. Pavonia Mutisii, H. B. & K. is the name of the pale rose flower on the left, and the orange one below it is probably another species of the same genus. At the top on the right is the handsome scarlet-flowered Tecomaria capensis, Spach.
- Image reference: MN_388
- The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens; Kew