Pentas Spp

i am not sure abaut the native name, i found this flowers at East Curup district, may be this is Pentas Lanceolata, if it is wrong, please inform me Pentas is a genus of the Rubiaceae family of flowering plants. Pentas lanceolata is a particularly popular species. The plants have dark green, lance-shaped, somewhat furry and deeply veined leaves providing a backdrop for prolific clusters of never-ending, five-petaled flowers. These may be red, white, lavender, purple, or shades of pink. Some are two-toned.
All are extremely attractive to butterflies, and the red and dark pink varieties delight hummingbirds. Also Pentas is compatible with the dry soil and intense heat of the Floridian sun. Lastly It can withstand full sunlight with little to no care.They look great in pots, baskets, and borders. LIGHT: full sun SPACE: 10 - 20 inches apart HEIGHT: 10-18 inches tall BLOOM TIME: spring, summer, and fall FEED: plant food PLANT WITH: Salvia and Coneflower Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae Division: Magnoliophyta Class: Magnoliopsida Order: Gentianales Family: Rubiaceae Genus: Pentas

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