malvaceae

  

The malvaceae family includes shrubs and trees like malva and hibiscus spread in Europe, Africa, Asia, America and Oceania. These are lumber or grass plantss growing in temperate and warm regions. Some kind of shrubs, typical of Asia, are cultivated for economical aims since they give a weave fiber.



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