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Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Mystery Plant with red flowers

Mystery Plant

Here is another mystery plant.



This is a medium to large shrub that grows to about ten (10) feet. It has light red flowers with bright yellow stamens that are very popular with bees. It has a white sap and can be propagated from woody stem cuttings.


Honey bees like to visit the flowers as do a variety of other pollinators.







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