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Place: urban Thane
Time: Dec 16 & 17, 2006
Habit: small shrub, bush
Habitat: garden; planted on length of compound wall

Plant height: about 1 ft. … Not sure if the plant height is maintained low
Flower size: about 7 – 10 mm across

These plants are normally found planted to form low hedges in gardens, on OR along compound walls of residences and buildings.
Though different plants, hoping they are cultivars of one species.


Lovely Shots … I think all four uploads are Different plants but same species of Ixora. May be I. chinensis


is it pavetta sps?


Beautiful pics with soothing colours. Nice upload.


 
 

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