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The blue mahoe, Talipariti elatum, is a species of flowering tree in the mallow family, Malvaceae. Contents. [hide]. 1 Distribution; 2 Description; 3 Uses; 4 References. Distribution[edit]. Talipariti elatum is native to the islands of Cuba, Jamaica the US. ... ft) and is often used in reforestation. It is the national tree of Jamaica.

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Wikimedia Commons has media related to Symbols of Jamaica. ... National Heroes of Jamaica (7 P) ... Orders, decorations, and medals of Jamaica (2 C, 4 P) ...

jis.gov.jm/symbols/jamaican-national-tree-the-blue-mahoe

The Blue Mahoe (Hibiscus Elatus) is the national tree of Jamaica. It is indigenous to the island and grows quite rapidly, often attaining 20m (66ft) or more in ...

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Jamaica has six (6) national Symbols. Please click on a symbol for more information!

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The short, compact tree is native to continental tropical American and the West Indies. In Jamaica, it grows best in the dry woodland along the north and south ...

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We prize, cherish and relish them. Here they are! The National Symbols of Jamaica!

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Here are the Jamaican National Symbols. There are 6 six symbols of Jamaica and each has an individual meaning. The symbols are cherished proudly by ...

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The Blue Mahoe (Hibiscus Elatus) is the national tree of Jamaica. It is indigenous to the island and grows quite rapidly, often attaining 20m (66ft) or more in ...

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The Jamaica National Tree is called the Blue Mahoe or Hibiscus Elatus. It is indigenous to Jamaica and grows very fast.

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There are Six(6) national symbols of Jamaica that are explained in detail. Learn about them all here!