Solandra grandiflora Sw.

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Showy Chalicevine

Solandra grandiflora, the showy chalicevine, or papaturra[1] is a member of the nightshade ( Solanaceae ) genus Solandra and, like the other members of the genus, is a climbing plant with large, attractive, trumpet-shaped flowers. It is native to Central America and northern South America and is widely grown in the tropics as an ornamental.[2] The green parts of the plant are highly toxic (hall... © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)

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