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Rose Mallow Twins Hot Pink Puzzle Details:

About: Lavatera trimestris, commonly know as annual mallow, rose mallow or royal mallow, regal mallow is a species of flowering plant native to the Mediterranean region. It produces shallow funnel-shaped flowers in summer, in shades of white and pink (like the ones featured in this jigsaw puzzle), with maroon centres and maroon veining on the petals. The pink variety in this game is called "Twins Hot Pink".
Puzzle Of The Day On: 04/Apr/2018

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