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Erythrina ID - Hawaii

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Can't say I recognize it as any I've grown or seen in CA or FL.

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Thank you - it seems it is not so easy ...... :blink: :blink: :blink: :blink:

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Hello!

These pictures are fron Hawaii

http://s1261.photobu...na%20amazonica/

Perhaps you know the right name - it is no Erythrina amazonica - means an friend of mine!!!! :D :D

I'm no expert on the genus, but it looks like Erythrina americana.

High 69F, Low 44F

I don't believe this is E. americana, which has considerably slimmer petals and a different inflorescence shape.

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