guie' quinceañera

Description

Common Names:
Zapotec
guie' quinceañera
Spanish
quinceñera
Description:
Shrub that reaches a height of almost 1 meter. The flowers resemble small roses, and grow in clusters. They can be pink, orange, yellow, fuchsia and red. The shrub is used for hedges and the flowers to adorn images of saints or in cemeteries.
Habitat:
Zona urbana. Domicilio particular.
Associated Flora:
roble, yaga ziña, guixi beu', guixi bi'cu, paral, bara bacana', salbarial, mangu, beu', guie' quinseañera, biadxi, bilumbu', cobanu, yaga ziña, salbarial, roble, tulipan, jasmin, guie' niza, biibi oro, xtuuza niñu, almendra, bara bacana', teresita, bacua, tamarindu, guie' daana, biaahui, cobanu, yaga ziña, salbarial, roble, tulipan, jasmin, guie' niza, biibi oro, xtuuza niñu, almendra, bara bacana', teresita, bacua, tamarindu, guie' daana, biaahui, rosa, guie' daana, papaya, tulipan, guiiña piquin, cruciyo, biadxi, almendra, pericon, ruda, bara bacana', tamarindu, guenda dxiña, guie' stia, noni, roble, rosa, guie' daana, papaya, tulipan, guiiña piquin, cruciyo, biadxi, almendra, pericon, ruda, bara bacana', tamarindu, guenda dxiña, guie' stia, noni, roble, cobanu, yaga ziña, salbarial, roble, tulipan, jasmin, guie' niza, biibi oro, xtuuza niñu, almendra, bara bacana', teresita, bacua, tamarindu, guie' daana, biaahui

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Endangered
Protected
Non-native
Endemic to Mexico
Endemic to Oaxaca