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Hibiscus flowers are big

Hibiscus syriacus, the common garden Hibiscus, is called Rose of Sharon in North America, a name also applied to other plants. It is a flowering shrub in the plant family Malvaceae native to much of Asia. It is vase-shaped, reaching 2-4 m in height. It is also known as "Rose of Althea" and is widely planted in areas with hot summers for its very attractive white, pink, red, lavender, or purple edible flowers. It is very strong.; if cut and put in a vase, it will survive for a longer period of time than many other plants.
Hibiscus syriacus is the national flower of South Korea. The flower appears in national emblems, and Korea is compared poetically to the flower in the South Korean national anthem.The flower's name in Korean is mugunghwa . The flower's symbolic significance stems from the Korean word mugung, meaning "immortality".

Le specie più utilizzate come piante ornamentali sono le numerose varietà di Hibiscus syriacus, rustiche e resistenti al freddo, a foglie decidue, fioritura estiva con fiori colorati di bianco, rosa, viola e lilla, coltivate anche ad alberello molto comuni lungo le strade cittadine e nei parchi pubblici.


Hemp paper - great stuff, Kenaf - already legal

2007-02-28 13:06:20 by mansize

Kenaf makes an even better paper than hemp. The botanical name is Hibiscus cannabis and it looks rather like marijuana, though the two are not related. Buy kenaf paper if you can. The only company in the U.S. that produces kenaf paper is Vision Paper in New Mexico.
I like your 7 steps by the way, especially the 7th.
Tree pulp is not an optimal material for paper making. An elaborate series of steps is necessary to mechanically and chemically break down the rigid source material into usable pulp, and further processes are needed to render it white and smooth enough for printing


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