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I propagated this from cuttings that someone gave me long ago and I've never known what its called. The bloom resembles the Turk's cap but it's a little bigger. This plant grows tall and has long stems. I live in deep south Texas, McAllen.
Yes the leaves exclude M. arboreus var. drummondii
Narrow nearly lanceolate unlobed lobed leaves may lead to M. arboreus var. mexicanus (flowers shorter than 4 cm; merged with var. arboreus in May, 2012 update of GRIN) , or M. penduliflorus (flowers longer than 4 cm).