Camoruco Panama National Tree - Sterculia Apetala
Sterculia Apetala, commonly known as the Panama tree, Camoruco, manduvi tree or anacagüita, is a species of flowering plants. The flowers are lovely, small, and bell-shaped orange color with a dark red center, growing in clusters. Blooms from November to March and bears fruit from January to April. in the family Malvaceae. The Camoruco has been the National Tree of Panama since 1969. Location: On the road from the Pan American Highway to the town of El Valle Panama. March 2020. Dimensions cropped 3551 x 3298.