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Bright pink flower, unsure of naame

comments (4) April 7th, 2013 in gallery
nlex nlex, member
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Hi, 

I've tried to look it up on identification websites, but can't seem to find this flower. 

 

It's ba deep pink/red with orange/yellow on the inside. It has five petals and smooth leaves. I was wondering if someone could help me identify the plant? I got it from someone who was throwing it out and didn't ask, and I want to make sure I raise it correctly. 

 

A million thanks, 

Natalia



posted in: The Gallery, deep pink, five petals

Comments (4)

fishercat writes: I just got one of these- Mandevilla, and also called dipladenia. Posted: 7:19 pm on May 14th
Grcolts writes: I tend to agree with rbergen that it appears to be the tropical vine Mandevilla sander.
-Gary
http://www.fototime.com/users/g_richards@me.com Posted: 1:33 pm on April 7th
cxsdia writes: it's definitely mandevilla
Posted: 9:50 am on April 7th
rbergen writes: It looks like Mandevilla sander to me. It is a tropical vine. Also called Brazilian Jasmine. Posted: 8:40 am on April 7th
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