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Friday, November 12, 2021

Close Up Video Of Hibiscus Rosa-sinensis L




Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is also known as Hawaiian hibiscus, China rose, rose mallow and shoeblackplant

It is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. This genus consists of several hundred species native to warm, subtropical and tropical climates around the world.

The YouTube video below shows Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L petal, pistil and stamen. And also the stigma is visible in the foreground. The video is recorded with a macro technique (close-up) or at a very close distance so that the details and positions of each flower component can be seen.

Music: New Land by ALBIS

 


In Jakarta, in March, hibiscus flowers bloom from around 4 to 6 am.  And it will bud again around 16 o'clock, until 18 o'clock the petals close completely. After a few hours that closed bud will be fallen.

Hibiscus flowers do not bear fruit, because the pistil is too far from the anther, so that the pollen does not reach the anther, pollination does not occur.

Hibiscus tea has been used to lower body temperature, treat heart disease, relieve sore throat, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

Hibiscus flowers do not bear fruit, because the pistil is too far from the anther, so that the pollen does not reach the anther, pollination does not occur.

Hibiscus tea has been used to lower body temperature, treat heart disease, relieve sore throat, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.