Hello again beautiful people, I hope you are all very well, that the week is full of news/good news.
Today I want to upload the first pictures of my new Xiaomi Redmi 9C phone (after testing the camera for two days). I have done some tests to check the quality that this camera and the phone has. At the moment I see it very well, they are not professional photos but I am willing to enter the legend that with this simple phone you can work and create good images. So I decided to start with a plant that I have in the garden of my grandmother's house.
This plant species is called Ruellita Simplex (Britton's Wild Petunia, Mexican Petunia, bellflower, Mexican bluebell, etc) of the family Acanthaceae. It is native to the wonderful country of Mexico, spread throughout the Americas, especially the South and the Caribbean.
This plant can reach up to 0.60 M in height, it has trumpet-shaped flowers of metallic blue or purple color depending on its location and climate. Its leaves can measure approximately 15 to 30 cm long and 0.5/0.7 cm wide.
The most notable benefit of this plant is its natural antioxidant properties. It can help us with the stomach, against stomach difficulties, which can be added in food or hot drink. It regulates blood pressure, avoiding reducing cardiovascular problems and heart failure. In addition, Wild Petunia can also help fight bronchitis.
Without further ado, I share with you this series of photographs of the flower of this plant. Enjoy it and I hope you find it useful.
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