Son Ghanta

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Son Ghanta is one of the critically endangered plant species of the Western Ghats. It is endemic and restricted to four districts of Maharashtra State. It is a shrub 3-5 ft tall characterized by 2 inch long bell-like hanging golden yellow flowers. The five petals are orange yellow, veined with purple. Alternately arranged leaves are heart-shaped, long-pointed, with toothed margins.

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Son Ghanta
Son Ghanta
Son Ghanta