Brazilian Red Cloak

freevette

Kountze, United States

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Capture location: Beaumont Botanical Gardens, Beaumont Texas, USA
Brazilian Red Cloak (Megaskepasma erythrochlamys) is native to Venezuela and elsewhere in South America, a free branching, upright showy tropical shrub to 3 m high, with appressed reddish hairs; stout stems with broad ovate leaves 12-30 cm long, dark green with pink midrib. It is grown as an ornamental shrub in climates from warm temperate to tropical, for its inflorescence, large erect heads of conspicuous crimson bracts and two-lipped white flowers. This plant prefers a rich soil and is propagated from seed or cuttings.(per wikipedia)

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