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Formulated with hair-softening hibiscus extract and thickening polymers, as well as other conditioning and protective agents like panthenol, this floral-scented mist gives lackluster hair some life.
Dead leaves on woody tropical plants, such as hibiscus, tibouchina, angel trumpet, croton, ixora, schefflera, copper plant and rubber tree, can be picked off to make things look neater.
Also, hibiscus shrubs tend to yellow and lose their leaves come spring even after a mild winter.
Add mezcal, lime juice, hibiscus tea, and 1¼ cups cilantro syrup and stir to combine.
Today's is hibiscus (gurhal); depending on the season, tomorrow's might be black mulberry or pomegranate.
The scents are created using native flowers — such as hibiscus, lignum vitae, elderflower — from St. Martin, Aruba, St. Thomas and other islands.
At Madcap the price is $7 for four bite-sized cubes that look like petit fours layered with almond cake, the liver mousse, hibiscus gelee and a flower garnish.
And then there are the perennials: ferns, bee balm, coneflowers, hibiscus, black-eyed Susans.
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There are about 250 species of shrubs, trees, and herbaceous plants in the genus Hibiscus, which belongs to the mallow family. They are native to warm temperate and tropical regions. Several are cultivated as ornamentals for their showy flowers. The tropical Chinese or Hawaiian hibiscus, which is also called China rose, has large, somewhat bell-shaped reddish blossoms. The East African hibiscus, a drooping shrub, is often grown in hanging baskets indoors.
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