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Family: STERCULIACEAE* 

 Firmiana colorata
 
  
Author:  Robert Brown 1844
Family:  Sterculiaceae*
Habitat:  South Yunnan (India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam)
Soil:  Mix
Water:  Medium-Maximum
Sun:  Medium
Thickness:  60 centimetres
Height:  15 meters
Flower:  Red-Orange
Reproduction:  Seeds/Cuttings
Pop names:  Coloured Sterculia, Iwil-iwil, Indian almond, Po-fai
Synonyms:  Sterculia colorata William Roxburgh 1795. Erythropsis colorata Burkill 1931. (Erythropsis roxburghiana Schott & Endl. Firmiana rubriflora Kosterm.)
Got it from:  Erkelens, Germany
Year:  2006

Flowering but else dormant plant by Hannon.

Found in Copenhagen Botanical Garden
with the name Gyrocarpus jacquinii.

Tend to be a little slim by age.

Below are photos by Chanin Thorut, Thailand

   This member of the Sterculiaceae* family was given this name by Robert Brown in 1844. It is found in southern Yunnan (India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam), growing on limestone or other well drained soil with some to much water and some sun. It will grow to a slim tree with a stem 60 centimetres in diameter and fifteen meters high. The flowers are red-orange.

*This family might been incorporated in the Malvaceae family now, as sub-family: Sterculioideae, tribe: Sterculieae.

 This plant have often been sold as Gyrocarpus americanus/jacquinii, but it's leaves are almost flat, and it have no smell.

The early flowers by Hannon.

Below are Berry Stock's photos of his own plant.

 Below are photos by Chanin Thorut, Thailand.