Monday, March 30, 2009

What is Called The Flower Shoes???

Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L.) is a bush plant Malvaceae tribe who came from East Asia and planted as ornamental plant in tropical and subtropical regions. Flowers large, red and not smell. Interest from various kultivar and hybrids can be a single flower (corolla one layer) or two flowers (corolla layered) that the white to yellow, orange to dark red or pink.



In Sumatra and Malaysia, the hibiscus flower is called the feast. Interest is defined as the national flower of Malaysia on 28 July 1960. People call this the flower worawari. Flower Java is used to shine shoes in India and as a flower offering. In China, a red flower that is used as food coloring. In Indonesia, the leaves and flowers are used in many traditional treatment. Dried hibiscus is also drunk as tea.

In Okinawa, Japan, the plant used as fencing. In the southern part of Okinawa, this plant is called hana Gushōnu (后生花, hana Gushōnu? Flower of life after death) and many in the cemetery.

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