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Image of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis (TRADEWINDS™ BREEZE SERIES) photo by: Yoder Brothers

Yoder Brothers

(Queen-of-the-tropics., Tradewinds™ Breeze Hibiscus, Tropical Hibiscus)

Members of the TradeWinds™ Breeze Series are excellent for container culture, bloom profusely, and have reduced bud drop. There are several diverse cultivars of these Yoder bred tropical hibiscus that come in an array of colors.

Tropical hibiscus has spectacular flowers that give credence to its title of "Queen of the Tropics." This tender evergreen shrub to small tree originates from southern China, though it is now believed to be extinct in the wild. The parent plants were red flowered, large...

Image of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis (TRADEWINDS™ WIND SERIES) photo by: Yoder Brothers

Yoder Brothers

(Queen-of-the-tropics., Tradewinds™ Wind Hibiscus, Tropical Hibiscus)

Members of the Wind Series are excellent for container culture, bloom profusely, and have reduced bud drop. They are similar to those in the Breeze Series but they are more vigorous. There are several diverse cultivars of these Yoder bred tropical hibiscus that come in an array of colors.

Tropical hibiscus has spectacular flowers that give credence to its title of "Queen of the Tropics." This tender evergreen shrub to small tree originates from southern China, though it is now believed to be...

Image of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis var. schizopetalus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Fringed Tropical Hibiscus, Queen-of-the-tropics., Skeleton Hibiscus)

Tropical hibiscus has spectacular flowers that give credence to its title of "Queen of the Tropics." This tender evergreen shrub to small tree originates from southern China, though it is now believed to be extinct in the wild. The parent plants were red flowered, large and shrubby.

Everblooming and vigorous, tropical hibiscus has glossy green leaves and produces very large, disc-shaped flowers. In the center of each bold bloom is a bottlebrush of yellow anthers and topped with five-parted, spider-like...

Image of Hibiscus spiralis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Poeppig's 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...

Image of Hibiscus tiliaceus photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Corkwood, Seacoast Mallow)

Seacoast mallow, or sea hibiscus, is a vigorous tropical, evergreen tree with large leaves and delicate color-changing yellow flowers. Although now growing all across the tropics, its original native range is perhaps southern Asia. The glossy, medium to dark green leaves densely cover the branches. Anytime from spring to fall, light yellow, papery flowers with a maroon eye appear above or among the leaves. The blossoms open at dawn, by noon are a golden yellow, and are golden orange by sunset before...

Image of Hibiscus tiliaceus

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Corkwood, Tricolor Corkwood)

Tricolor corkwood, or variegated mahoe, is a vigorous tropical, evergreen tree with large leaves and delicate color-changing yellow flowers. Although now growing all across the tropics, its original native range is perhaps southern Asia. The glossy, heart-shaped leaves are a mix of dark green, cream, light yellow and pink. Anytime from spring to fall, light yellow, papery flowers with a maroon eye appear on above or among the leaves on larger, older plants. The blossoms open at dawn, by noon are...

Image of Hibiscus trionum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

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...

(Homalomena, Queen-of-hearts)

At first glance, Homalomena ‘Selby’ can easily be mistaken for a dumbcane (Dieffenbachia). Its handsome, glossy, apple-green leaves have dark green edges and spots, which lend an appealing look to home interiors and shady, tropical gardens. This lush, evergreen foliage plant thrives in warmth and humidity and is easy to grow if given the right environmental conditions.

Homalomena is a clump-forming plant with stiff, waxy leaves that are vibrant lime or apple green with...

Image of Hoodia photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Hoodia)

The genus Hoodia contains about 20 species of extremely drought tolerant succulent plants. They hail from dry southern Africa distributed over a very large range that includes Botswana, Angola, Namibia and South Africa. Some species have been used by the desert Bushmen for appetite suppression during exceptionally long hunt.

These succulents are composed of thick upright stems that occasionally branch, but more often originate at the base of the plant. The skin is typically blue green...

Image of Hoodia gordonii photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Hoodia)

A spiny succulent from the dry, sandy and rocky areas of southern Africa, Hoodia gordonii has been in the news lately. A low-growing perennial, this plant has long been used by the indigenous peoples in its native region. Hoodia was described in the 1700s and is now a threatened species were it originates.

When young, slow growing Hoodia usually produces a single, leafless, green angled stem covered with pointed tubercles. As the plants age, they grow faster and many...