Texas Indian mallow
The Texas Indian mallow (Abutilon fruticosum)is a perennial subshrub.
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|Specific epithet ?||fruticosum|
|Texas Indian mallow (United States)|
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- Daylilys get their common name from their habit of producing new flowers in the morning that die by nightfall. This is not very noticeable because new flowers are immediately produced from the same flower stalk. However, a few cultivars do the same thing only at nighttime!
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