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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Hardy Hibiscus)

Hibiscus is a large genus consisting of more than 200 species of herbaceous plants, trees, and shrubs, both evergreen and deciduous. Most are native to the warm areas of the world, including the tropics, subtropics and warm-temperate regions. Chinese hibiscus is arguably the most widely planted and beloved of all tropical flowering shrubs.

Usually woody and variable in form, Hibiscus have simple leaves that are arranged alternately on the stem. They are often lobed with toothed...

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James H. Schutte

(Fireball Hibiscus, Hybrid Hardy Hibiscus)

Hardy and bushy, 'Fireball' is an excellent hibiscus that is the result of extensive hybridization. This upright, semi-woody perennial has deeply lobed green leaves, similar in shape to maple leaves, with purple overtones. This is a long-blooming plant that flowers from midsummer to frost. The exceptional flowers are rich red and plate-sized. Individual flowers last only one day, though several dozen can be on one plant at a time.

This hardy hibiscus needs full to partial sun and rich to...

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James Burghardt

(Hawaiian White Hibiscus, Koki'o ke'oke'o, O'ahu White Hibiscus)

Gracefully arching branches are kissed with large white, trumpet-like flowers with a sweet fragrance in the warm months. A large evergreen shrub to small tree from the moist forests of Hawaii (Oahu and Molokai), it has relatively smooth, drab tan bark. The foliage is long and oval, with or without some small teeth on the edges, and may also have red veins or leaf stems. The white, five-petaled flowers appear at the ends of branches, year 'round when warmth and soil moisture is plentiful. Each single-form...

Image of Hibiscus calyphyllus photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Lemon-yellow Rosemallow)

Hibiscus is a large genus consisting of more than 200 species of herbaceous plants, trees, and shrubs, both evergreen and deciduous. Most are native to the warm areas of the world, including the tropics, subtropics and warm-temperate regions. Chinese hibiscus is arguably the most widely planted and beloved of all tropical flowering shrubs.

Usually woody and variable in form, Hibiscus have simple leaves that are arranged alternately on the stem. They are often lobed with toothed...

Image of Hibiscus cannabinus photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Brown Indian Hemp)

Hibiscus is a large genus consisting of more than 200 species of herbaceous plants, trees, and shrubs, both evergreen and deciduous. Most are native to the warm areas of the world, including the tropics, subtropics and warm-temperate regions. Chinese hibiscus is arguably the most widely planted and beloved of all tropical flowering shrubs.

Usually woody and variable in form, Hibiscus have simple leaves that are arranged alternately on the stem. They are often lobed with toothed...

Image of Hibiscus coccineus photo by: Grandiflora

Grandiflora

(Scarlet Rosemallow)

Scarlet rosemallow is a woody perennial native to wetlands in the extreme southeastern United States with large, deep red flowers noted for their very distinct separated petals. Plants are sturdy yet slender and can grow well over head-high. Attractively lobed leaves and stems have blushes of red and burgundy.

Scarlet rosemallow performs best in fertile moist to wet soils in full sun or partial shade. In cold winter region this perennial will be root hardy and slowly re-emerge in late spring as...

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James Burghardt

(White Scarlet Rosemallow)

Scarlet rosemallow is a woody-based perennial native to wetlands in the extreme southeastern United States that typically blooms with large, deep red flowers noted for their distinctive separated, pointed petals. This cultivar, ‘Alba,’ is prized for its pure white flowers and otherwise is identical to the parent species. Plants are sturdy yet slender and can grow well over head-high, with upright, branching stems topped by clusters of flower buds. The attractively lobed leaves and the stems have...

Image of Hibiscus grandiflorus photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Giant Rosemallow)

Hibiscus is a large genus consisting of more than 200 species of herbaceous plants, trees, and shrubs, both evergreen and deciduous. Most are native to the warm areas of the world, including the tropics, subtropics and warm-temperate regions. Chinese hibiscus is arguably the most widely planted and beloved of all tropical flowering shrubs.

Usually woody and variable in form, Hibiscus have simple leaves that are arranged alternately on the stem. They are often lobed with toothed...

Image of Hibiscus kokio photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Hawaiian Red Hibiscus, Koki‘o)

Vigorous in growth, koki'o has yellowish green foliage that forms a dense background for the small red hibiscus flowers that often have curving petals. A large broadleaf evergreen shrub from the Hawaiian Islands, it can become tall and mangy unless grow in full sun and pruned occasionally.

The glossy green to yellow-green leaves are oval and have a tapering form. Anytime in the warm months when rainfall is adequate, five-petaled flowers no larger than a baseball appear on branch tips. The petals...

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James Burghardt

(Chinese Rosemallow)

Hibiscus is a large genus consisting of more than 200 species of herbaceous plants, trees, and shrubs, both evergreen and deciduous. Most are native to the warm areas of the world, including the tropics, subtropics and warm-temperate regions. Chinese hibiscus is arguably the most widely planted and beloved of all tropical flowering shrubs.

Usually woody and variable in form, Hibiscus have simple leaves that are arranged alternately on the stem. They are often lobed with toothed...