camoruco panama national tree
Sterculia Apetala, commonly known as the Panama tree, camoruco, manduvi tree or anacagüita, is a species of flowering plants in the family Malvaceae. The Camoruco has been the National Tree of Panama since 1969. 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. Location: On the road from the Pan American Highway to the town of El Valle Panama. March 2020. Dimensions cropped 2916 x 1627.