What is Pavonia intermedia
Pavonia intermedia (Scientific name: Pavonia intermedia) is a gardening variety of the evergreen shrub "Pavonia" of the family Malvaceae originated in Brazil. It is regarded as an interspecific cross between Pavonia · Hastata (P. hastata) and Pavonia · Mulchlora (P. multiflora). The leaves are shiny green and lanceolate, and the leaves are saw tooth. It looks like red flowers with ten red bracts (sub-seeds). There is a deep purple calyx in the bract, and there are petals of the same color in it. In the petal, there is a red purple long flower pillar surrounded by a stagger cylinder and it protrudes from the petal.
Kermesina (Kermesiana, Pavonia · Intel Media · Kermessina, scientific name: Pavonia intermedia "Kermesiana") is a variant of Pavonia · Intel Medi's dwarfism.
Common name: Pavonia intermedia, Scientific name: Pavonia intermedia, aka: Pavonia, Kermesiana, Place of Origin: Brazil, Plant Length: 100 to 200 cm, Leaf Color: Green, Leaf Quality: Shiny Cortex, Shape of Leaf: Lanoliform Shape, Leaf Margin: Small Serrated Tooth, Contiguous, Inflorescence Form: Conical Inflorescence, Flower Diameter: 4 cm, flowering period: July to September (in the greenhouse, anniversary), bract color (subsexcene): red, calyx: dark purple, petal color: dark purple, styrous cylinder color: dark purple, flower pillar color: red purple .