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Gossypium herbaceum - Cotton plant - Family: Malvaceae. The cotton fibers are the epidermal hairs of cotton seed.

Gossypium herbaceum - Cotton plant - Family: Malvaceae. The cotton fibers are the epidermal hairs of cotton seed.

Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset). Growing in moist conditions, Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset) produces flat to roundish heads of white flowers. The stem is covered with long spreading hairs with leaves that are often joined at the base, appearing to surround the stem. Many different insect species are attracted to the flowers as the nectar is relatively easy to access.

Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset). Growing in moist conditions, Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset) produces flat to roundish heads of white flowers. The stem is covered with long spreading hairs with leaves that are often joined at the base, appearing to surround the stem. Many different insect species are attracted to the flowers as the nectar is relatively easy to access.

Sturt's Desert Rose Gossypium sturtianum (plant family: Malvaceae)  Floral Emblem of the Northern Territory

Sturt's Desert Rose Gossypium sturtianum (plant family: Malvaceae) Floral Emblem of the Northern Territory

THIS IS COTTON PLANTS AS IT STARTS TO BLOOM SO LOVELY

THIS IS COTTON PLANTS AS IT STARTS TO BLOOM SO LOVELY

Cotton plant - genus Gossypium - For fun, I thought I'd grow a cotton plant this year.  This is its beautiful flower.

Cotton plant - genus Gossypium - For fun, I thought I'd grow a cotton plant this year. This is its beautiful flower.

Find useful gardening tips and articles at http://www.thebloomingoasis.com  Adonis amurensis

Find useful gardening tips and articles at http://www.thebloomingoasis.com Adonis amurensis

I've never seen cotton plants in person...I'm loving these photos

Alabama Cotton

I've never seen cotton plants in person...I'm loving these photos

Tree Cotton: Gossypium barbadense [Family: Malvaceae]

Tree Cotton: Gossypium barbadense [Family: Malvaceae]

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