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  1. jewels-of-opar, Talinum paniculatum(noun)

    erect plant with tuberous roots and terminal panicles of red to yellow flowers; southwestern North America to Central America; widely introduced elsewhere

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  1. Talinum paniculatum

    Talinum paniculatum is a succulent subshrub in the purslane family, Portulacaceae, that is native to much of the western hemisphere. It is commonly known as fameflower, Jewels-of-Opar, or pink baby's-breath. T. paniculatum bears tuberous roots and panicles of flowers and produces tiny, jewel-like fruits. It is often grown as an ornamental plant. Cultivars include 'Kingwood Gold', 'Limón', and 'Variegatum'.

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