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From Mexico. Not sure of the ID!
It might be
Erythrina flabelliformis.

The flowers from

Author: Carl Linnaeus 1753
Family:  Fabaceae
Habitat:   South of North America, Mexico
Soil:   Mix or Peat
Water:   Medium
Sun:   Medium-Maximum
Thickness:  35 centimetres
Height:  3 Meters
Flower:   Red
Propagate:   Seeds/Cuttings
Names:   Cherokee Bean, Coralbean, Coral Bean, Red Cardinal, Cardinal Spear, Eastern Coralbean
Synonyms:  Erythrina humilis Salisb. 1796.
Xyphanthus hederifolius
Raf. 1817.
Erythrina hederaefolia
Spreng. 1826.
herbaceum, Carl Ernst Otto Kuntze 1891.
Erythrina rubicunda
Erythrina arborea
Small 1903.
Erythrina arborea,
Erythrina hederifolia,
Erythrina herbacea f. albiflora,
Moffler & Crewz.
Erythrina herbacea
var. arborea, Chapm.
Erythrina rubicunda,

This member of the Fabaceae family was described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753 (and many others since...). It is found in the southern part of North America and Mexico, growing in well drained soil with some water and some to lots of sun. It can grow to three meters height, and the stem can get 35 centimetres in diameter. The flowers are red.