Mutisia flower – Red

mutisia flower

Mutisia flower, Andes near SantiagoMutisia, a type of clavel de campo, Asteraceae family.

The flowers in the cordillera are totally unexpected and unusual. They are often quite fleshy and exotic looking and flower abundantly in the dust of the semi-desert terrain. The mutisia flower is especially beautiful and often grows up through the branches of  a shrub, making itself appear shrublike, but it is not. This flower can be seen frequently on one day riding trips and on camping expeditions on horseback

Mutisia is classified as a Plant
Mutisia is a genus of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family. Wikipedia
Rank: Genus
Higher classification: Asteraceae

For more information about the Mutisia or Clavel de Campo family See also: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutisia and and chileflora.com

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