Plant for ID from our garden and Pachmarhi

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satyendra tiwari

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Oct 8, 2012, 6:28:54 AM10/8/12
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Dear All,
I brought few seeds of this plant from Pachmarhi where it was growing in wild like a 8 feet tall bush.
I put some seed in the garden and now this bush is flowering.
Flower characteristic are more like an hibiscus. about 4-5 inch wide. So the size of leaves.
Pl help in ID 
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ushadi Micromini

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Oct 8, 2012, 10:01:23 AM10/8/12
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may be junglii bhindi?
are the fruits red?
or the calyx of the fruit red?

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Aarti S. Khale

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Oct 8, 2012, 11:16:58 AM10/8/12
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Could be Hibiscus cannabinus, commonly known as Deccan Hemp.
Aarti

Aarti S. Khale

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Oct 8, 2012, 11:17:44 AM10/8/12
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Could be Hibiscus cannabinus, commonly known as Deccan Hemp.
Aarti

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Aarti S. Khale

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Oct 8, 2012, 11:57:35 PM10/8/12
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Satyendra ji,
Sorry for my earlier id.
I had posted the same earlier and it was identified by Satish Pardeshi ji and Tanay as Hibiscus furcellatus, common names Sleepy Hibiscus, Hawaiian Pink Hibiscus, Salad Hibiscus or Linden-leaf Rose Mallow.
I am really bad at giving links.
Regards,
Aarti.


On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 5:54 AM, satyendra tiwari <kays...@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Aarti ji,
But the flowers are of different colour purple and leaves dont match.
thanks for yr help.
Regards.
satyendra

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Oct 19, 2012, 5:24:03 AM10/19/12
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.

Some earlier relevant feedback:      

I had posted the same earlier and it was identified by Satish Pardeshi ji and Tanay as Hibiscus furcellatus, common names Sleepy Hibiscus, Hawaiian Pink Hibiscus, Salad Hibiscus or Linden-leaf Rose Mallow.

I am really bad at giving links.
Regards,
Aarti.


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satyendra tiwari

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Oct 19, 2012, 9:16:27 AM10/19/12
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Dear Garg Ji,
Thanks for resurfacing this.
Regards.
Satyendra

Vijayasankar

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Oct 19, 2012, 10:15:18 AM10/19/12
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It may be a cultivar of Hibiscus radiatus (?).
 
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Oct 20, 2012, 2:46:08 AM10/20/12
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A reply:
"Hibiscus furcellatus looks different in this link : http://www.hear.org/starr/images/species/?q=hibiscus+furcellatus&o=plants. Please check. " from Mahadeswara ji.

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Aarti S. Khale

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Oct 20, 2012, 10:47:00 AM10/20/12
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Garg ji,
Hibiscus furcellatus in toptropicals.com looks the same.
Kindly check.
I am unable to give the link.
Regards,
Aarti

Aarti S. Khale

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Oct 27, 2012, 9:15:47 AM10/27/12
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Shrikant ji,
Similar ones were posted by me earlier and identified as Hibiscus furcellatus.
Today I saw a post with similar flowers identified by you as Hibiscus sabdariffa.
Kindly validate so that I can correct my earlier post too.
Regards,
Aarti 

Aarti S. Khale

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Oct 29, 2012, 12:09:17 AM10/29/12
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Gurcharan ji,
Could you kindly clear this confusion of id for me please?
Regards,
Aarti

Gurcharan Singh

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Oct 29, 2012, 8:53:10 PM10/29/12
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Tiwari ji
It can't be H. cannabinus as bifurcate epicalyx tip is very clear, also the outer branch is almost linear suggesting H. radiatus. To be doubly sure look for nectary on lower side of the leaf near base. It should be missing. They must also be missing on the calyx lobes (nectary is present on each calyx lobe and leaf beneath and epicalyx appendage is missing in H. cannabinus).


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