Russelia equisetiformis (/m/02rv_mj)

Russelia equisetiformis, commonly known as Firecracker plant, Coral plant, Coral fountain, Coralblow and Fountain plant, is a weeping subshrub in the Plantaginaceae family. The plant is native to Mexico and Guatemala. The name Russelia honors the Scottish naturalist Alexander Russell, given to the genus by the Dutch scientist Baron Nikolaus von Jacquin. The species name reference to this plants resemblance to horse tail rushes, and the Latin term equisetiformis means "like Equisetum."
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