Edible maple blossomed in Sochi
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Edible maple blossomed in Sochi

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11-27-2023
 
Source: https://komnatnie-rastenija.ru/
Bright orange flowers appeared on the abutilon plant. They are edible, and the older the shrub, the sweeter they are.

- In Sochi, the abutilon grows up to two meters in height. Its three-lobed and five-lobed leaves are similar to maple. That is why the shrub is also called a house maple, - the press service of the Sochi National Park reports.

South America is considered to be the birthplace of the plant, while in Sochi the home maple also takes root well. Experts note that it is worth choosing warm and windless places for planting shrubs.

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