Abutilon

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Abutilon is a scientific group of plants. It a genus the family Malvaceae. Abutilon has about 150 species of evergreen plants in it. The genus includes plants that die every year plants that grow back every year, shrubs, and trees of approximately 1 to 10 meters. They grow in the tropical and subtropical areas of all continents.

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The Abutilon flowers have five petals that can be red, pink, orange, yellow and white, sometimes called princess earrings. Some shrub representatives provide textile fibers.

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