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|Puerto Rico was discovered by Christopher Columbus on November 17, 1493.|
The Puerto Rican Hibiscus, or Flor de maga (Montezuma Speciossisima) is the national flower of Puerto Rico. The flower is also known in some areas as the "Rose of Althea" or "Rose of Sharon".
Puerto Rican hibiscus flowers are cup-shaped and are 7.5 to 9 cm and 9.0 to 13 cm, broad with five overlapping petals. The Puerto Rican hibiscus flowers are borne singly on long petioles from leaf bases.
Puerto Rico is a very beautiful island. Its climate and scenery attract many visitors, and erelong it will be a popular winter resort for people from many countries. It has been called the land of perpetual June. Flowers bloom and plants and trees yield flowers and fruit the year round. There is no winter; but during the season which is our winter, their skies are beautifully clear and blue.
Gold Heliconia, Valentine Heliconia, Red Ginger, Flamboyán, Coccoloba sintenisii, Simarouba tulae, Turnera diffusa, Tabebuia haemantha and Coccoloba sintenisii are some of the beautiful and popular flowers grown on the land of this country.