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Cat's Whiskers

Orthosiphon aristatus


Cat's Whiskers is a member of the mint family and is known botanically as Orthosiphon stamineus. Its origin is tropical East Asia, but it grows well in the South. Its blossoms are tropical and exotic, they may be white or bluish-purple, and when the bloom opens, it has a long spike full of flowers and stamens, similar to a cat's whiskers.


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Benno Ibold
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Benno Ibold

Bali, Indonesia

Spotted on Aug 3, 2013
Submitted on Aug 27, 2013

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