Hibiscus panduriformis Burm.f., Fl. Indica 151 1768. (syn. Abelmoschus panduriformis Hassk.; Hibiscus austrinus Juswara & Craven (Unresolved); Hibiscus mollis Zipp. ex Span. (Unresolved); Hibiscus multistipulatus Garcke (Unresolved); Hibiscus panduriformis var. australis Hochr.; Hibiscus tubulosus Cav.; Hibiscus velutinus DC. (Unresolved));
Wild Flower for ID : 170711 : AK-3: 1 image.
Taken at Dindori, near Nasik, Maharashtra on 27/2/11.
Found growing wild on a Grape farm.
Height was about 1-2 feet.
Some Mallow? Van Bhindi?
Any Malvaceae member
Pavonia sp. of Malvaceae family?
Hibiscus panduriformis, from Malvaceae
Hibiscus panduriformis : For Validation : Nasik : 16NOV15 : AK-6 : 06/06 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Found growing wild in Nasik on 26th Oct,15.
Yes it is H. panduraeformis Burm.f. Varnacular name Kachli
Malvaceae herb for ID :: MK 2017 Jan-06 : 4 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (8)
Please help me to identify this Malvaceae herb found near agricultural fields and fallow lands. I have no idea whether it is cultivated or not.
Date: 29 Dec 2016
Place: Guntur Dist., AP
Alt.: 130 m asl
Request for ID: 280310-AK-1 – efloraofindia | Google Groups : 18th of October, 2007: Nasik;
I think this plant is Abelmoschus moschatus Medik. , Malvenfam. 46. 1787 from the family Malvaceae. The leaves in these plants are dented along the margin and not palmately lobes like “Bhendi“, this character can be seen from a single potion of a young leaf visible. Arati Ji kindly try to take the photo of the leaves , this helps a lot during identification.
Yes this is a Abelmoschus moschatu , we also having same plant in Kachchh-Gujarat (locally call WILD BHINDI), in wild condition.
Our farmers are cultivating it as medicinal crop. In trade it is known as Ambrette, Mushkdana or Kasturibhindi
Malvaceae for ID : Rajpipla, Gujarat : 10DEC19 : AK-8 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Tiny flower near a field.
Could be Hibiscus panduriformis?
Seen last month.
Yes, appears to be as per Malvaceae herb for ID :: MK 2017 Jan-06
If left alone, even in the harsh summer it keeps producing a flower or two !
Id of Flower -ID25072020SH1 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Flower for Id. Which species of Hibiscus ?
Date – March 2020
Hibiscus panduriformis Burm.f. ??
Bhopal; black soil; 15/11/2020
Seen last month (Dec.’2020) near a field.
Hibiscus radiatus Cav. ??
But the leaves are looking different.
looking to me panduriformis
Thanks for the id. Yes, the leaves seem to match.
Unfortunately, there were no open flowers.
Hibiscus sp SN 200218 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Hibiscus sp wild in the margins of red gram field near Burhar MP
Images does not appear clear enough for id.
It seems Abelmoschus crinitus
I do not think matches with images at Abelmoschus crinitus
Abelmoschus moschatus ?
Yes, possible as per images and details at Hibiscus panduriformis Burm.f.
it’s very common in M.P. on bunds of agricultural fields…..
Flower for Id -ID10022021SH3
Flower for Id pl.
Location – Taljai Hills,Pune
Date – January 2021