Senin, 24 September 2012

flower wora wari

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Kerajaan: Plantae
Divisi: Magnoliophyta
Kelas: Magnoliopsida
Ordo: Malvales
Famili: Malvaceae
Genus: Hibiscus
Spesies: H. rosa-sinensi

Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L.) is a shrub Malvaceae tribe from East Asia and widely grown as an ornamental plant in tropical and subtropical regions. Flowers large, red and odorless. Flowers of various cultivars and hybrids can be a single flower (petals layer) or double flowers (petals layered) are white to yellow, orange to dark red or pink.
In Sumatra and Malaysia, hibiscus flower called the highway. This flower is designated as the national flower of Malaysia on July 28, 1960. The Javanese call worawari flowers.Flower consists of five petals leaves are protected by additional petals (epicalyx) so it looks like two layers of petals. Crown flower consists of 5 pieces or more if it is a hybrid. Pistil stalk long cylindrical stalk surrounded sari studded oval pollen. Seeds contained in fruit-shaped five-chambered capsule.
In general, plant height about 2 to 5 feet. Leaves oval or wide oval leaves that narrow to a pointed tip. In the tropics or in a greenhouse flowering plants throughout the year, whereas in the subtropical flowering from summer to autumn.
Trumpet-shaped flowers with a diameter of about 6 cm flowers. up to 20 cm. Pistil (pistillum) protruding from the base rate. Flowers can bloom facing up, down, or sideways-facing. In general, plants are sterile and do not produce fruit.
Plants reproduce by cuttings, grafting, and attachment.BenefitHibiscus used as ornamental plants because many beautiful flowers. Flowers are used to shine shoes in India and as the flower offerings. In China, red flowers are used as a food coloring. In Indonesia, the leaves and flowers are used in a variety of traditional medicine. Dried hibiscus is also drunk as a tea.
In Okinawa, Japan is used as a hedge plant. In the southern part of Okinawa, the plant is called Gushōnu hana (flower of life after death?) So widely planted in the grave.

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